• Thursday, 07 April 2022
When Does Tough Coaching Cross the Line Into Abuse?
Many people put a premium on excellence in sports. Employers often favour applicants who have participated in team or individual sports in schools because they typically have more discipline and drive than those without such experience. In most cases, athletic prowess is a combination of talent and tough coaching practice. However, people are becoming aware…
  • Thursday, 07 April 2022
Must-Have Boat Safety Equipment in Ontario
The prospect of going on a recreational boat on the many bodies of water in Ontario is enticing. Boating is a popular activity in many parts of Canada. In fact, about 12.4 million adults go boating for pleasure every year. However, as a boat operator or owner, you must have boat safety equipment in good…
  • Wednesday, 06 April 2022
Toronto Lawyers Announce $300 Million Class Action Lawsuit on Behalf of Cadet Sexual Abuse Victims
Lead Plaintiff, Hilary Lockhart, describes a “discriminatory and sexualized culture”     Hilary Lockhart was only 14 years when she joined the Canadian Cadet Organization. During her time with the organization she was groomed by an instructor named Todd Evans. Her complaints to female supervisors were never escalated beyond the initial report.   Lockhart and…
  • Thursday, 31 March 2022
Long Term Disability Case Hurdles
People with long-term disability (“LTD” or “long-term disability”) insurance probably hope they never need it, but the benefits can be life-saving. The Canadian government requires all employers and employees earning a minimum of $3,500 a year (except in Quebec, which has a separate program) to pay equal contributions to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), covering…
  • Thursday, 31 March 2022
Pediatric Injury Lawyer
Nothing causes more distress to people than an injured child. Children are always at risk of physical harm because they’re usually on the go. That’s why parents and guardians have to keep a close watch over them. Children can sustain injuries in school, daycare, or a healthcare facility because of poor supervision, defective equipment, or…
  • Thursday, 31 March 2022
Common Airplane Injuries
More than a third of people worldwide have some anxiety about air travel and flying, and about 2.5% suffer from intense fear or aerophobia. Telling them that air travel is much safer than driving an automobile is not much help because the basis of their fear is the loss of control. For example, passengers in…
  • Thursday, 31 March 2022
Things to Know About Statutory Accident Benefits in Canada
When you sustain injuries due to a negligent motor vehicle accident in Ontario, you can sue for compensation through a personal injury lawsuit and claim statutory accident benefits. However, if you file a lawsuit, you have to prove that the defendant was negligent or otherwise at fault. On the other hand, if you claim statutory…
  • Wednesday, 30 March 2022
Civil Claims and Public Transit
Taking public transit is the practical option for many people in Canada, especially in busy cities in Ontario. Generally, public transit accidents are rare, but they could be life-altering when they happen. Passenger vehicles, such as buses and streetcars, carry a lot of weight, so when an accident happens, it can often lead to catastrophic…
  • Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Concussion Injury Lawyer
Traumatic brain injuries, like a concussion from a car or work-related accidents, are all too common in Canada. If you or a loved one sustained injuries from an accident, you should seek proper compensation. If you finally decide to take legal action after an accident, you need the support of a lawyer. Having an expert…
  • Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Is Your Mental Health Affecting Your Ability to Work in Ontario?
Like most Canadian adults, you probably spend more of your day at work than anywhere else. Therefore, it’s not surprising that the workplace plays a significant role in maintaining positive mental health.  However, while being productive at work contributes to your wellbeing, job demands can also be a source of stress. In fact, the workplace…

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