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LEGAL CLAIMS
Table of maximum payable amounts

Professional legal fees and costs
(preparation, research, consulting, hearing, representation, etc.)

COVERED DISPUTES ONLY

Paid by the insurer up to
Type of legal action Coverage details The maximum eligible hourly rate The maximum payable per type of legal action
Legal consultation (first consultation) First consultation for a dispute settled subsequent to this consultation $ 125/hr. $ 125
Friendly settlement The parties attempt to resolve their dispute and come to an agreement, with or without the help of a third party, or appoint, by mutual consent, a third party to decide $ 125/hr. $ 1,000
Out-of-court settlement Agreement arrived at as a result of negotiations between the parties $ 125/hr. $ 2,000
Trial Court proceedings $ 125/hr. $ 7,500*

*This amount varies depending on the coverage chosen.
Estates and protective supervision Settling of your estate, verification of your will, mandate in case of incapacity, etc. $ 125/hr. $ 1,000
Coroner’s inquest Representing your interests as part of a public coroner’s inquest $ 125/hr. $ 1,875
Small claims For disputes on the docket of the Court of Québec, Small Claims Division, for claims of $3,000 to $15,000 – Case preparation and fees for carrying out a ruling in your favour $ 125/hr. $ 500
Family mediation Mediation sessions with an accredited mediator above and beyond the sessions covered by Québec’s Ministry of Justice $ 125/hr. $ 1,000
Identity theft Professional consultation to keep your identity from being used fraudulently or to help you restore it $ 125/hr. $ 1,500
Legal consultation (first consultation)
First consultation for a dispute settled subsequent to this consultation
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 125
Friendly settlement
The parties attempt to resolve their dispute and come to an agreement, with or without the help of a third party, or appoint, by mutual consent, a third party to decide
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 1,000
Out-of-court settlement
Agreement arrived at as a result of negotiations between the parties
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 2,000
Trial
Court proceedings
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 7,500*
*This amount varies depending on the coverage chosen.
Estates and protective supervision
Settling of your estate, verification of your will, mandate in case of incapacity, etc.
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 1,000
Coroner’s inquest
Representing your interests as part of a public coroner’s inquest
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 1,875
Small claims
For disputes on the docket of the Court of Québec, Small Claims Division, for claims of $3,000 to $15,000 – Case preparation and fees for carrying out a ruling in your favour.
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 500
Family mediation
Mediation sessions with an accredited mediator above and beyond the sessions covered by Québec’s Ministry of Justice
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 1,000
Identity theft
Professional consultation to keep your identity from being used fraudulently or to help you restore it
Maximum eligible hourly rate of $ 125/hr. for a maximum payable of $ 1,500

This is a non-exhaustive list of the coverage offered by Juripro. Some conditions, limitations, and exclusions may apply. For complete details and restrictions, please refer to the comprehensive form and your insurance policy.

Note that this coverage is included with the improved version of Juripro on policies renewed or acquired after March 1, 2016. Juripro is only available to Québec residents.

In the event of a discrepancy between the information, terms and conditions, restrictions, and exclusions presented on this site and those contained in your insurance policy, the provisions of your insurance policy take precedence.