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Welcome to the Automobile Injury Appeal Commission
The Automobile Injury Appeal Commission is an independent, quasi-judicial administrative tribunal responsible for hearing no fault benefits appeals under the Personal Injury Protection Plan administered by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI).
The establishment of the Commission was one of the recommendations made in 2000 by the Personal Injury Protection Plan Review Committee. The Review Committee assessed the operation of the no fault insurance system set out in the Personal Injury Protection Plan and recommended a number of improvements to the Plan.
The Review Committee concluded that an independent, specialized tribunal should be established to handle benefits appeals under the Plan. As a result of the Review Committee's recommendations, the Automobile Injury Appeal Commission was established in 2002 pursuant to the provisions of The Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2002.