A-25 - Automobile Insurance Act

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83.5. A victim who undergoes an examination as required by the Société is entitled to the reimbursement of lodging and transportation expenses.
As well, a victim who must be absent from work for a time to receive medical or paramedical care by reason of the accident or to undergo an examination as required by the Société is entitled to an indemnity for any resulting loss of salary.
A person who accompanies a victim whose physical or mental condition or age so requires when the victim must receive medical or paramedical care or undergo an examination as required by the Société is entitled to an availability allowance. The person is also entitled to the reimbursement of lodging and transportation expenses.
The payment of the allowance and of the indemnity and the reimbursement of lodging and transportation expenses shall be made in the cases and subject to the conditions prescribed by regulation.
1989, c. 15, s. 1; 1999, c. 22, s. 18.
83.5. The person who accompanies or must constantly attend a victim whose physical or mental condition or age so requires when the victim is receiving medical or paramedical care is entitled, in the cases and on the conditions prescribed by regulation, to an availability allowance and to the reimbursement of the transportation and lodging expenses he incurs.
1989, c. 15, s. 1.
83.50. A person who has received an indemnity to which he is not entitled or the amount of which exceeds that to which he is entitled shall reimburse the amount received in excess to the Société.
The Société may recover the amount of the debt within three years of payment of the indemnity.
The Société may also cancel the debt if it considers that the amount is unrecoverable under the circumstances or deduct, in the manner determined by regulation, the amount of the debt from any sum due to the debtor by the Société.
The Société may make a deduction pursuant to the third paragraph notwithstanding a debtor’s application for review or appeal.
1989, c. 15, s. 1; 1990, c. 19, s. 11.
83.50. A person who has received an indemnity to which he is not entitled or the amount of which exceeds that to which he is entitled shall reimburse the amount received in excess to the Régie.
The Régie may recover the amount of the debt within three years of payment of the indemnity.
The Régie may also cancel the debt if it considers that the amount is unrecoverable under the circumstances or deduct, in the manner determined by regulation, the amount of the debt from any sum due to the debtor by the Régie.
The Régie may make a deduction pursuant to the third paragraph notwithstanding a debtor’s application for review or appeal.
1989, c. 15, s. 1.