Ivanovic v Allstate (Decision on Expenses)
Financial Services Commission of Ontario
TOMA IVANOVIC Applicant
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA Insurer
DECISION ON EXPENSES
Arbitrator Anne Morris
Be written submissions completed on March 23, 2018
Mr. Jonah Waxman for Applicant
Mr. Curtis Zizzo for Insurer
The Applicant, Mr. Toma Ivanovic (the "Applicant"), was injured in a motor vehicle accident on January 30, 2014 and sought accident benefits from the Allstate Insurance Company of Canada (the "Insurer"), payable under the Schedule.1 The parties were unable to resolve their disputes through mediation, and the Applicant, through his representative, applied for arbitration at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario under the Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. I.8, as amended.
The issues in this Expense Hearing is
- Is either party entitled to its expenses of the arbitration and, if so, in what amount?
- The Applicant is entitled to his expenses of the arbitration (including the Expense Hearing) in the amount of $15,462.58 inclusive of fees, disbursements and HST.
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