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May 23, 2017

Helmets on Kids – 10 years in Ottawa

Helmets on Kids - 10 years in Ottawa
April 30, 2017

Recreational waivers and your rights as a consumer

Not every right can be waived. Two recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decisions make it clear that an occupier's right to waive liability does not trump a consumer's right to service of a reasonable quality under the Consumer Protection Act, 2002.
March 1, 2017

Ski Day with SCI Ontario a great success

Ski Day with SCI Ontario a great success
February 24, 2017

Who is Responsible for a Dog’s Actions?

Who is Responsible for a Dog’s Actions?
February 7, 2017

Can I Sue My Landlord If I Was Injured in My Apartment?

Can I Sue My Landlord If I Was Injured in My Apartment?
January 20, 2017

Freeze / thaw conditions can lead to treacherous conditions

Freeze / thaw conditions can lead to treacherous conditions
December 5, 2016

Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Hiring a personal injury lawyer
November 24, 2016

Tips for Keeping Your Property Safe This Winter Season

Winter means freezing rain, snow, and ice, and also typically results in an increase in slip, trip and fall accidents on residential and commercial properties. Here are precautionary steps that you can take to prepare for winter weather and reduce the risk of someone being injured on your property.
November 12, 2016

Helping Victims with Scars and Disfigurement

Scars and disfigurement arising from a motor vehicle accident, burn, or another serious incident, have a substantial long-term impact on the lives of accident victims, both in terms of physical suffering and psychological ramifications. Victims may be entitled to compensation if someone’s negligence caused their injury.
September 11, 2016

Brain Injury Among Women

There are differences in the way men and women recover from acquired brain injury (ABI), but research is somewhat lacking in the effects of ABI among women. Two upcoming events will provide valuable information for ABI survivors and their families: a Sept 29th symposium in Toronto on brain injury among women, and a Sept 22nd fundraising dinner in Ottawa hosted by the Brain Injury Association of the Ottawa Valley.
August 7, 2016

When Is It Too Late To Make A Claim For Compensation?

The Limitations Act requires an injury claim to commence within 2 years of discovering you have grounds to make a claim, which is normally 2 years from the date of the accident. When an injury develops complications, such as chronic pain, you may not discover the severity of your injury for more than 2 years, but may still be eligible to claim damages.
July 7, 2016

Rowan’s Law – Youth Concussions

Rowan’s Law brings much needed awareness to the seriousness of concussions in adolescent athletes. Learn how concussions may affect you and your family.
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