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  • Wednesday, 01 April 2020
What are the different types of personal injury cases?
Personal injury law is a broad field.  It covers most cases which involve a bodily injury to a person. Most personal injury cases are the result of an accident wherein the victim/plaintiff is injured and sues another party (the defendant) for their actions or negligence which contributed to the accident. A personal injury case usually…
  • Monday, 30 March 2020
Toronto Injury Statute of Limitations
If you have recently been injured in a serious accident, you might have the eligibility to file a lawsuit to recover potential compensation. However, if you wait too long and exceed the Toronto injury statute of limitations, your claim for compensation could be blocked. Make sure that you consult with an experienced Toronto personal injury…
  • Monday, 30 March 2020
What Are Family Law Act Damages?
If you are curious about your rights and responsibilities under the Family Law Act, an attorney can help explain this to you so that you can be fully prepared for each phase of your case and can have an opportunity to have your questions answered, sooner rather than later. An injured person is not the…
  • Friday, 28 February 2020
Filing A Lawsuit For Birth Injuries To A Mother
The doctors and hospital staff who attend birth have a uniquely intense responsibility. They are responsible for helping mothers bring new life into the world. Unfortunately, despite holding such an important and trusted position, these doctors and staff occasionally make mistakes or fail in their duties. In some circumstances, this can result in serious injuries…
  • Wednesday, 26 February 2020
How to Select a Birth Injury Lawyer
Adding a loved one to your family should be an exciting time and one of celebration. Unfortunately, the discovery that your child has sustained a birth injury can be an overwhelming process and one that prompts you to seek help as soon as possible. A birth injury lawyer in Canada can help you to identify…
  • Tuesday, 25 February 2020
How To File A Lawsuit Against Negligent Hospital Staff
The hospital is meant to be a place of healing and wellness. The staff are meant to be your allies in building a healthier life. Unfortunately, sometimes things aren’t all they should be. Negligence and malpractices by hospital staff can have serious and potentially debilitating consequences for patients. If you or a loved one received…
  • Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Soft Tissue Injuries: How to Prevent Them
If you have recently been involved in a slip and fall or an accident like a car crash, you could be diagnosed with a broad range of medical conditions including soft tissue injuries. A soft tissue injury can lead to complex concerns such as medical expenses, and whether or not soft tissue recovery will restore…
  • Monday, 24 February 2020
How To Find The Best Workplace Injury Lawyer In Toronto
An injury on the job can change everything. One minute you might be a healthy and productive employee only to find yourself seriously injured the next. A workplace injury can take you off the job. It can cause lasting damage which can affect you for the rest of your life. And it can come with…
  • Monday, 24 February 2020
How Long After Birth Can You File A Birth Injury Claim In Canada
As much excitement and joy as a new birth can bring, it is not always an uncomplicated process.  On some occasions, a birth results in an injury to the baby due to the negligence or malpractice of the staff. These injuries can have serious and debilitating life long effects on the child. In such situations,…
  • Monday, 24 February 2020
How Pain And Suffering Compensation Is Calculated
Personal injury lawsuits often pursue compensation beyond the costs of medical expenses and direct damages. This additional compensation is paid for the victims pain and suffering which they dealt with throughout recovery or on an ongoing basis. After suffering an injury, there are two forms of damage: general and special. Special damages are anything with…

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