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August 24, 2016

Government Crackdowns on Distracted Driving Accidents

Government and police directives throughout North America are aimed at the increasing problem of car accidents and injury caused by distracted driving. Here we look at how the issue of distracted driving has affected Ontarians and the ways in which motorists can reduce incidents.
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.
August 1, 2016

“Pokemon Go”: Not Without Risks

Just approved in Canada, Pokemon Go has been heralded as a brilliant product. However, recent reports of distracted driving and walking accidents while playing, provide a warning regarding the potential for injury if you aren’t careful where you play.
July 19, 2016

Filing An Injury Claim When You Have Contributed To Accident

Sometimes our actions inadvertently contribute to an accident in which we are injured. However, being guilty of a traffic violation or another act that may have contributed to an accident does not necessarily preclude an injured person from successfully claiming damages against a negligent party.
July 11, 2016

Let’s Run and Stay Safe, Ottawa!

Ottawa is celebrated for its award-winning running events and its abundance of scenic trails. The newly created 5/15 Farm Run on July 15th is one of many events scheduled for 2016. Remember to practice safety while running to avoid the potential for physical injury.
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.
July 5, 2016

Ontario’s Automobile Insurance Coverage Is Changing Again

Ontario’s Automobile Insurance Coverage Is Changing Again
July 4, 2016

Municipalities Are Liable When Someone Is Injured If City Failed To Take Due Care

If someone is injured on an unsafe condition on a municipal property, the municipality may be liable for any losses that resulted from the accident.
June 29, 2016

Soft-Tissue Injuries May Be Difficult To Prove In Personal Injury Cases

Soft-tissue injuries can be difficult to diagnose by medical professionals, which can make it more challenging to prove in a personal injury claim.
June 21, 2016

Pool Safety This Summer

Pool related injuries can be prevented if safety measures and precautions are taken by those indulging in swimming activities. Here we discuss steps you can take to keep yourself safe.
June 6, 2016

Eyewitness Testimony

An eyewitness? testimony can either make or break your case. Here we take a look at just how important witnesses are in personal injury cases.
June 3, 2016

Hockey Injury Damages

A Montreal boy was awarded $8 Million in damages for a catastrophic hockey-related injury, when the judge determined that the injury exceeded the inherent risks of the game.
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