• Sunday, 24 March 2013
Liability For Your Pet Really Bites
Animal bites, mainly perpetrated by dogs, make interesting cases for a variety of reasons. For one, in Ontario the owner is strictly liable for their dogs’ actions. This means that if your dog bites someone, you are responsible, period. There are very few exceptions to this absolute rule. Why is this so important to you?…
  • Saturday, 02 March 2013
Slippery Conditions
This winter has seen way more snow and freezing rain than last year. As a result we have seen a rise in slip and fall accidents. There are a few things people need to remember during this time. People assume that they have to be careful when driving their vehicle, but equal attention and care…
  • Tuesday, 19 February 2013
The Reality of Romance
When deciding to get married, no one wants to speak about money or contingencies, love is certainly in the air.However, this is exactly the time to speak about it. One of the issues married couples most fight about is money and when the marriage breaks down, the talk immediately goes to how much he or…
  • Saturday, 16 February 2013
Ontarians have the Vote!
The provincial government is about to change our insurance regime yet again. One of Dwight Duncan’s legacies has been slashing benefits for those injured in a motor vehicle accident from $100,000 to $50,000 and for minor injuries $3,500.00. He has left behind the next cuts that will likely be implemented by Kathleen Wynne’s new regime.…
  • Tuesday, 29 January 2013
Home Ownership
Sun Media It is curious to me that people as homeowners do not know what their responsibility is to the community when owning a home. You may think well this is my property and I can do as I wish, but this is not the case. For example, if you do not salt or plow…
  • Sunday, 27 January 2013
Opportunities In Law
The legal profession used to be a very close-knit community. Not many women or people of any ethnic decent were seen and it was limited to those that go to law school. The community has changed. First of all, lawyers are not the only ones practising law. The Law Society has now opened the profession…
  • Sunday, 13 January 2013
Legal Issues While Travelling
People always ask me what they have to remember when travelling. As a personal injury lawyer I can give you some good concrete advice. First, always make sure you have insurance. People always assume they are covered by their credit card for medical emergencies. That is not always the case. If your condition was there…
  • Saturday, 05 January 2013
What A “Life Sentence” Really Means
Is it time to have a serious conversation about what a “life sentence” really means. I know that we are ardently trying to separate ourselves from our neighbors to the south, but when it comes to criminal justice I always ask why. For example, just this month, Rose Cece was released from prison in British…

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