Wednesday, 07 December 2016
Wearing a helmet isn’t just the law in many instances, but it can save your life. It may not always seem fashionable, however the importance of wearing a helmet can be seen when comparing the vast difference in brain trauma in those who wear helmets and those who don’t.
Friday, 02 December 2016
Medical examinations or Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs) are also known as “adverse” or “compulsory” medical examinations. A Plaintiff may be invited by the insurance company, or required by the court, to submit to a medical examination for the specific purpose of validating the Plaintiff’s alleged injuries.
Tuesday, 29 November 2016
A deductible is a specified amount of money that an insured person must overcome before an insurance company must compensate him or her for a claim.
Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Chronic pain is medically described as a pain that lasts longer than six months, and it also happens to be a relatively common issue among the population.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Photo radar hasn’t been particularly popular as of recent, but it’s making a strong comeback all over Ontario. Toronto Mayor John Tory put in a formal request, one in which Premier Kathleen Wynne was happy to handle - she has recently announced a new legislation put in place that calls for municipalities to rig safety cameras near schools.
Wednesday, 09 November 2016
Those of us who are drivers in the GTA, are feeling the firm grip of insurance providers everywhere. A new list shows that drivers who live within Toronto and the 905-area are paying the highest automobile insurance premiums in town - which isn’t going to bode well when it comes to the financially conscious.
Monday, 31 October 2016
When it comes to Halloween, it seems like there are a lot of things to worry about. First of all, your kids are going to be accepting candy from strangers – that in itself is one of the most difficult things to fathom. In the end of it all, most people are decent and would never try to bring harm to your or your child (especially during the trick or treating process); but there’s always going to be things that you should be keeping an eye out for.
Friday, 16 September 2016
According to the OPP, the amount of distracted driving deaths we’ve seen recently has trumped the amount of deaths being reported from impaired driving, which is absolutely crazy. This means that people who are completely fine behind the wheel are dying, simply because they aren’t paying enough attention.
Monday, 12 September 2016
According to the CBC, "Canadian surgeons are urging people to throw out wire-bristled barbecue brushes, because none of them have figured out a surefire way of removing the wires when they get stuck in people's throats." Sharp wires on these brushes can cling onto food and barbecue grills, possibly causing damage to throats and epiglottis if swallowed.
Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Having a barbeque or summer get-together is a past-time that plenty of us enjoy taking part in, but it’s always nice to take a few extra steps when it comes to the safety of your guests.