No-Fault Auto Insurance.

Not What it Seems.

Not what we need.

What's happening?

The Government of Alberta is reviewing Alberta’s auto insurance system. The government’s insurance reform panel is considering making Alberta’s insurance system a WCB-style, no-fault system. This system won’t save consumers money. It just means increased profits for corporations and fewer protections for Albertans.

Under this system, insurers get to significantly reduce compensation for pain, suffering and income loss for Albertans who are injured in car accidents.

Insurers take costs savings from reduced payouts to Albertans as new profit.

Under a no-fault auto insurance system, private insurers take on the role of WCB and decide your level of care.

This is an issue that affects all Albertans. No one plans on being in an accident but when they are, Albertans deserve to have their rights protected.

What you can do

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Contact your local representative

Let your voice be heard. Send a letter to your MLA and the Minister of Finance.

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Share your Story

We want to know your accident story. Were you able to secure fair compensation? What happened? How do you feel about the potential loss of protections if Albertans can no longer sue at-fault drivers?

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About FAIR Alberta Injury Regulations

FAIR Alberta is a coalition of concerned consumers, medical professionals, injured Albertans, and members of the legal community who are committed to protecting the rights of individuals that have been injured in motor vehicle accidents.