Is the insurance company of the other driver responsible for your accident trying to tell you that your injuries are “minor” and not worth more than $7,500.00. Are they telling you that their offer is “reasonable”? They are probably referring to New Brunswick Regulation 2003-20 made under the Insurance Act (“Regulation”), and they are probably wrong! The regulation limits the amount of compensation a victim may receive under certain circumstances, but there are many factors involved, including the severity of your injuries and if there is any loss of income. You may well be entitled to more, so don’t let the insurance company decide what your injuries are worth. A lawyer can properly assess your case and ensure you receive the full compensation you deserve.