What is ‘uninsured automobile’ coverage?
Uninsured automobile coverage provides compensation up to $200,000 if you are injured or killed through the fault of a motorist who has no insurance. Except for New Brunswick, this coverage is part of Accident Benefits. You receive payment under this coverage unless the province or territory where you were injured has a special fund from which to claim. You will be reimbursed for the money you would otherwise be entitled to receive from the uninsured motorist.