• Thursday, 16 May 2019
Protect Your Rights: Know How To Handle Car Accident Reporting
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskTaniaFleming Car accidents happen at an alarming rate throughout Canada. According to the latest accident statistics released by the government, almost 155,000 people were injured in road accidents in a single year. Not all collisions result in personal injuries or fatalities, but knowing what to do when involved in…
  • Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Owner Liability When Exotic Animals Attack
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskJeremyDiamond It stands to reason that most animal attacks on humans involve dogs. The dog population across Canada exceeds 8 million. Ontario looked at the statistics about the dog breeds most frequently involved in attacks on people and amended its law pertaining to owner liability to prohibit people from…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Taking Action Following A Birth Injury
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskBasilBansal One of the most memorable moments for parents is the birth of a child, but birth injuries during labour and delivery can lead to death. According to the most recent data from Statistics Canada, 1,309 infants died within 27 days of their birth while others may be left…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
What Should You Do If Injured In A Car Accident While Visiting The US?
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskSimonMariani Canadians continue to make the United States a popular destination to visit. More than 20 million people crossed the border from Canada into the U.S. for overnight trips according to the most recently available yearly statistics. Cars continue to be the most popular means of travel with three…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Intoxicated Driving Accidents – Can A Tavern Be Held Responsible?
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskTheresianRaphaelSelvakumar According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, impaired driving is the leading cause of death related to criminal conduct in Canada. An average of four people die each day in motor vehicle collisions in which one or more drivers test positive for alcohol or drugs. Depending upon the facts…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Contributory Negligence Does Not Prevent A Claim For Damages
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskKristyMoore Accidents happen to even the most careful people. Whether your vehicle is hit in the rear at a stop sign by a distracted driver or you get hurt in a slip-and-fall accident caused by a building owner using the wrong type of wax on the floors, accidents and…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
What You Need To Know About Ontario Wrongful Death Claims
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskPaulMariani The death of a loved one exacts an emotional toll, but it also results in a loss to family members of the companionship and financial support contributed by the deceased. When the death is caused by the negligent or intentional conduct of another party, family members of the…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Tips for Safe Cycling
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskPatrycjaMajchrowicz You might have noticed more people riding bicycles throughout Ontario. More and more Canadians have discovered the benefits of leaving their cars at home and using a bicycle to commute to work or simply to get around town. Whether sharing the streets with other vehicles or being used…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Understanding Your Spinal Cord Injury Claim
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskNastassiaIvanova Spinal cord injuries can be life-altering events that leave victims with devastating physical and psychological impairment and disability. More than 85,500 Canadians live with some form of spinal cord injury, and another 4,259 people are injured each year through various types of mishaps, including car crashes, slip-and-fall accidents,…
  • Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Toronto Uber Accident Lawyer
Listen to this blog post instead: #AskGeorgeLaloshi Uber has become a popular alternative to personal vehicles and taxis particularly in major cities, such as Toronto. The Toronto government reports that almost 70,000 people have been licensed to drive for ride-hailing services, which includes Uber, in the city. Vehicles operated by drivers for Uber and other…

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