Threshold (No Fault)

The point, measured in money, time or other ways, beyond which tort liability can be established. Until that point is reached, reparations must be paid within the provisions of the no-fault plan, with no recourse to the courts. No fault insurance is in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Quebec (all who have government-run auto insurers). No fault means there is no right to sue. Ontario has a combination with accident benefits plus the right to sue for additional compensation for economic loss, if your injuries are recognized as permanent and serious.