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January 31, 2018

Increased penalties for distracted and careless driving

Increased penalties for distracted and careless driving
December 15, 2017

Car Seat Safety

Did you know that according to the Ministry of Transportation car collisions are the number one cause of preventable injuries leading to death in children? Although a car seat cannot help you avoid a collision, it can significantly reduce the severity of your child’s injuries when used properly.
November 28, 2017

What Are Non-Earner Benefits?

What Are Non-Earner Benefits?
November 26, 2017

Who is Responsible if You Slip on an Icy Sidewalk?

Who is Responsible if You Slip on an Icy Sidewalk?
October 27, 2017

Fundraising Event for the Step Up Program

Fundraising event in support of the Brain Injury Association of the Ottawa Valley raises almost $30,000.00 on Tuesday, October 24, 2017.
October 23, 2017

CPP Disability and LTD Insurance Benefits

For those who would qualify, they should consider applying for CPP disability benefits, even in cases where an LTD or other insurer might have the right to deduct the CPP disability payments.
September 10, 2017

Are you up to date on Ontario’s rules of the road?

Did you know that the Ontario Government recently made changes to the rules of the road? We provide a summary of the changes most likely to effect every day driving.
August 11, 2017

What Should You Know About “Referral Fees” Between Lawyers?

What Should You Know About “Referral Fees” Between Lawyers?
August 2, 2017

Court Action Against Your Landlord

Court Action Against Your Landlord
June 6, 2017

Bikes and Badges in Cornwall

We had a great time distributing helmets at the Cornwall Community Police Services' Bikes and Badges event, where children learned about bike safety.
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.
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