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  • Thursday, 21 March 2019
What if I Can’t Afford a Lawyer After a Car Accident?
#AskSimonDiamond Car accident victims who suffer serious injuries and are unable to work are entitled to compensation from the party whose negligent conduct caused the accident to occur. Medical treatment, rehabilitation and physical therapy, diagnostic testing and other expenses you incur add to the stress of being unable to earn a living while recovering from […]
  • Thursday, 21 March 2019
What Should You Do If Denied Canadian Pension Plan Disability Benefits?
#AskJoshuaHimel Your future can look bleak when the injuries suffered through an accident or illness make it impossible for you return to work and earn a living. The Canadian Pension Plan disability benefits offer hope with financial assistance for individuals who are disabled. The application process to obtain disability benefits can be a long one. […]
  • Thursday, 21 March 2019
Road Infrastructure and How it can Help Road Safety
#AskHeikkiCoxKikkajoon Government efforts to make it safer for people to travel the roads and highways of Ontario and the other provinces are motivated by a desire to reduce the number of accidents in which people are seriously injured or killed. Ontario Provincial Police reported a dramatic increase in fatalities last year with 341 people killed […]
  • Thursday, 21 March 2019
How to Choose a Real Estate Agent
#AskIsaacZisckind Making the move from one home to another can be a daunting experience, but a real estate agent makes it easier. The agent working with you can be a source of expert advice and guidance about the real estate market and the process of buying, selling and financing real estate. Your home is undoubtedly […]
  • Wednesday, 20 March 2019
What is a Brachial Plexus Injury?
#AskDanielDiamond Whether you live an active lifestyle by participating in sports and outdoor activities or spend your leisure time sitting in the comfort of your home reading a book, a severe pain in your shoulder or arm should not be ignored. It could be a sign that you have suffered a brachial plexus injury. If […]
  • Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A mysterious and disabling disorder
#AskDarrylSinger A minor injury, such as a sprain or strain suffered in an automobile accident, can result in a medical condition producing such intense pain that victims are unable to get out of bed. Complex regional pain syndrome affects more than 9,000 Canadians each year with almost half of the new cases arising in Ontario. […]
  • Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Understanding Acquired Brain Injury and Its Consequences
#AskZevBergman Acquired brain injury is not something you hear or read about, but it afflicts more than 1.5 million people in Canada. Half of the 160,000 brain injuries suffered each year are the result of motor vehicle accidents and falls. ABI is responsible more disabilities in children and adults than any other cause. Preventing brain […]
  • Thursday, 14 March 2019
What To Do If Injured In A Ride-Sharing Accident
#AskCoryRubin The popularity of Uber, Lyft and other companies known as ride-hailing or ride-sharing services has exploded throughout Ontario. Toronto, for instance, last year reported that almost 70,000 drivers had signed up to drive for both Uber and Lyft. This number does not include drivers registered with other ride-hailing companies operating within the city.  The […]
  • Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Questions To Help You Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer
#AskKevinButler When a car crash, defective product, slip and fall, medical malpractice or incident caused by another party’s reckless, negligent or careless conduct causes you to be injured, how to choose a personal injury lawyer may seem to be a daunting task. Advertising for personal injury lawyers may seem to be everywhere you turn, including […]
  • Thursday, 07 March 2019
Hiking: Know Your Rights If Injured On A Trail
#AskMichaelBlois Ontario offers its residents and visitors countless scenic trails suitable for hiking and off-road cycling no matter what level of experience or ability a person might possess. Chances are that being injured in an accident is the last thing on your mind as you set out for a day of fun and exercise, but […]

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