• Wednesday, 08 January 2020
Driving Renewal Process for Senior Citizens in Ontario
Driving is a privilege but it also represents freedom for many senior citizens. In Ontario, the fitness of drivers to manage and maintain safety is taken very seriously. While having the ability to drive is helpful in keeping seniors active and allowing them to maintain their independence, it’s also important to make sure that seniors…
  • Monday, 06 January 2020
How to Win Disability Benefits for Chronic fatigue Syndrome
Perhaps one of the most commonly misunderstood conditions, chronic fatigue syndrome can be life-changing, and a condition that makes it impossible to get through the day. Working is even more challenging for some people. That’s why securing help from a long term disability attorney is sometimes necessary. It can help you to get the financial…
  • Monday, 06 January 2020
The 10 Safest Vehicles to Buy in Canada
Driving safe vehicles should be the goal of any person in the market buying a car today. According to Transport Canada’s National Collision Database, there were 1,841 motor vehicle deaths in Canada in 2017. There were 9,960 serious injuries, too. Many factors contribute to these accidents, including operator error and distraction. Yet, the safety and…
  • Monday, 30 December 2019
Common Mistakes People Make Following an Ontario Car Accident
You’ve been in a car accident, and you’re worried about how you’ll get back on your feet with injuries and damage to your car. When you’re in this type of situation, the most important step you can take is to get help. Call 911 first. Don’t leave the scene of the accident. Talk to the…
  • Thursday, 19 December 2019
List of Benefits One Can Expect from a Car Accident Settlement
A car accident settlement can initially feel confusing to someone outside the legal or insurance industry. The injured party is clearly entitled to certain benefits, but between the jargon and protocol of the official proceedings, it’s not always easy to see what the rewards are and how they’ll be doled out over time. If you’re…
  • Thursday, 12 December 2019
Ontario Driving Rules for Off-Road Vehicles
Ontario Driving Rules for Off-Road Vehicles   In Ontario, there are regulations set up by the Ministry in the Off Road Vehicles Act Ontario. These rules are in place to help maintain safety and regulate who can drive an all terrain vehicle (ATV) and where it’s proper to drive one. Riding an ATV is a fun…
  • Saturday, 07 December 2019
Ontario Car Seat Laws
The Ontario child car seat laws are geared to help protect children in vehicles in the event of an accident. As more information is learned about better safety precautions for our youngest citizens, the laws are subject to change to reflect new findings. For instance, rear facing child seats are now recommended for much older…
  • Saturday, 07 December 2019
Steps to Take When Denied Long-Term Disability Coverage
Being denied long-term disability can be an extremely difficult piece of news to process, largely because it’s tied into the physical pain you deal with on a daily basis. With something that personal, it can be nearly impossible to stay objective about what steps to take next. If you’re tired of fighting, it may even…
  • Monday, 02 December 2019
Media Advisory: Residents of 235 Gosford Homeless for the Holidays
Immediate Release: December 2, 2019 Contact: Jordan Whelan,, (647)-278-6494 Homeless for the Holidays: Residents of 235 Gosford to Update the Media After Deadly Fire A five-alarm blaze that occurred on November 15th, 2019 has displaced more than 500 residents of 235 Gosford Blvd in the city of North York. The building’s property management has…
  • Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Roundup Facts
Who does this suit affect? Persons that gained exposure to Glyphosate (an ingredient in Roundup) and they were inflicted with cancer, they are included, regardless of when they used it.  Also included: their family members who are entitled to bring an action as spouses, siblings, children, grandchildren, parents and grandparents that arise as a result…

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