Tuesday, 28 June 2016
Priority disputes are common in the world of accident benefits. In many cases, it can be difficult to determine which insurance company to file a claim under. This becomes more pronounced when driving a company car or borrowing a friend’s vehicle.
By Daniel Diamond
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
The importance of wearing a helmet when riding a bicycle or motorcycle cannot be overstated. While it may not be able to reduce the likelihood of an accident, helmets certainly reduce the severity of the injuries that can be sustained in an accident.
By Heikki Cox-Kikkajoon
Wednesday, 15 June 2016
Sport can be an exhilarating test of skill and athletic ability. Millions of Canadians play and compete in amateur sports every year and increased risk may be part of the attraction. Although the likelihood of being injured in sport has decreased over time, there are times when injuries in sport may cross the line from those inherent to the sport itself, to the unanticipated.
Thursday, 09 June 2016
We’ve all been there. You have had a long day and you just want to get home, have some dinner and then get started on a long night of chores and housework. You sit patiently at the red light, waiting to be freed by that little green arrow, indicating you can make your left-turn safely, ahead of oncoming traffic. Salvation arrives as the green arrow lights up and you begin to make your final turn home…
Wednesday, 01 June 2016
If you ask regular, everyday people, who have never been involved in a motor vehicle accident, whether whiplash is a serious injury, you will generally receive a “Yes”. Conversely, if you ask most insurance company representatives, you will generally receive a “No” in reply. However, if you ask an experienced personal injury lawyer the very same question, their answer will most likely be “Depends”.
Friday, 27 May 2016
In the majority of cases, spinal cord injuries results physical trauma such as car accidents, slip and falls and sports injuries. When a spinal cord injury occurs usually a doctor who treats the injury will classify it by the nerve location and how much damage there is.
Friday, 20 May 2016
"How can I do it all?"
I am proud of what I have achieved in my life. I have a wonderful, loving and patient husband, two incredible and active daughters and an amazing and rewarding career.
I often am asked “how I can do it all”? How I can be a wife, mother and full time lawyer?
Thursday, 12 May 2016
Every day, millions of children in Ontario are dropped off at their schools and left in the hands of their teachers, principals and school administrators. They spend a quarter of their young lives in the hands of non-parental supervising figures. While education is certainly the primary aim of any school, safety should not be second fiddle.
Tuesday, 03 May 2016
As of June 1, 2016, the definition of catastrophic impairment will undergo significant changes. Corey Sax writes about some of those changes and the impacts it will have on injury victims.
Thursday, 28 April 2016
When a young person joins the Canadian Armed Forces they have signed an obligation that may require putting themselves into harm’s way. They do this knowingly, willingly, because they believe in the ideals of our nation and are prepared to defend them with their life.