How to File a Claim
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
Sidewalk Related - I have fallen on a City sidewalk. What should I do?
Answer
Although sidewalks are inspected and maintained, deficiencies can still arise, sometimes quite suddenly. Sidewalk deficiencies may also be created by adjacent property owners, for example, by the installation of underground sprinklers, water flow and construction debris.

Submit your claim in writing to the City's Risk Management unit using the "How to file a claim" procedure.

For more information, visit the Insurance & Claims page.
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Vehicle Damage - I have driven over a City road pothole, debris or manhole cover and have damaged my car. What do I do?
Vehicle Damage - I have damaged my car on a road that was under construction or unassumed. What do I do?
Vehicle Damage - I have damaged my vehicle on one of the following highways: HWY 403, HWY 401, HWY 410 or QEW or an on-ramp or off-ramp to one of these highways. What should I do?
Vehicle Damage - I have damaged my vehicle on a Region of Peel road. What should I do?
Property Damage - My property has been damaged as a result of City construction. What should I do?
Property Damage - My property has flooded. What should I do?
Tree Related - A City owned tree has caused damage to my property. What should I do?
Tree Related - Tree roots from a City owned tree have caused damage to my underground laterals. What should I do?
Sidewalk Related - I have fallen on a City sidewalk. What should I do?
Transit Related - I have been injured by the doors on a Mississauga Transit bus. What should I do?
Other - How can I obtain information contained in City records?
I have fallen on a MiWay bus. What should I do?
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