• Thursday, 25 July 2019
How to Apply for Disability In BC
Long term disabilities can happen at any time in a person’s life. You may have been born with a disability that makes it hard to work or to perform daily tasks. You may also later become disabled due to a medical condition or accident. If you are struggling to make ends meet or obtain required…
  • Tuesday, 23 July 2019
What Happens Claims For Damages By Motorcycle and Bicycle Riders Not Wearing Helmets
#AskJoshuaHimel The one thing motorcycle riders and bicyclists have in common besides their vehicles having only two wheels is the important role a helmet plays in keeping them safe and minimizing injuries in an accident. Ontario law requires motorcycle operators and the passengers to wear helmets. The law is not as inclusive for bicycle riders…
  • Thursday, 18 July 2019
New Driving Rules Designed For Safer Ontario Roads
#AskSandraZisckind The time is quickly approaching when self-driving vehicles will be a common sight on Ontario roads and highways. More than two-thirds of vehicles currently in use in Ontario have some form of technology providing assistance to drivers with steering, braking and acceleration. Until the future when fully autonomous vehicles become the norm, avoiding collisions…
  • Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Questions To Ask When Choosing A Personal Injury Lawyer
#AskJoshuaHimel If you are injured through the negligence or careless conduct of another party, you need a personal injury lawyer to handle the claim for compensation on your behalf. Searching the internet gives you names of hundreds of thousands if not millions of lawyers from which to choose. Friends, relatives and coworkers might be able…
  • Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Keeping Your Child Safe When In An Ontario Playground
#AskZevBergman Playgrounds located throughout Ontario offer children a place to have fun in what should be a safe environment. The dilemma faced by parents is how to ensure a particular playground and its equipment are safe. Falls are a leading cause of injuries and emergency department visits for children, and playground equipment is one of…
  • Monday, 15 July 2019
What Not To Do After A Car Accident
#AskDarrylSinger It’s summer, and millions of people will take to the roads to enjoy the many vacation spots throughout Ontario. Cars, motor homes and other vehicles carrying vacationers to their destinations only add to the likelihood that you could be involved in a car accident. There are millions of articles on the internet explaining what…
  • Monday, 15 July 2019
Steps In An Ontario Personal Injury Lawsuit
#AskDarrylSinger  When you suffer a personal injury because another person was negligent or careless, you could be entitled to be compensated for medical expenses, lost earnings and other damages that you incurred by filing a claim for compensation. Your lawyer may recommend the filing of a lawsuit against the party responsible for causing your injuries…
  • Monday, 15 July 2019
Reaching a Settlement When You Suffer A Personal Injury
#AskZevBergman The goal of the lawyer representing you in a claim for damages for personal injuries is to obtain the maximum amount possible whether by settlement or by a verdict after trial. It is important for you to have some knowledge of the settlement process and the types of settlements in order to allow you…
  • Monday, 15 July 2019
Understanding Your Rights To Accident Benefits In Ontario
#AskCoreySax The automobile insurance you carry as a driver in Ontario provides benefits in the event you are injured in a crash. The Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, which is also referred to as the SABS, enables you to receive the medical care and treatment you need to recover from your injuries as well as other…
  • Sunday, 14 July 2019
5 Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
#AskStephanieSlavens Summer offers perfect weather conditions for exploring Ontario on a motorcycle. The opportunity to experience the open roads and scenic countryside without being enclosed by a steel frame and glass make motorcycles a popular mode of transportation for commuting as well as for recreational purposes. Although motorcycles account for only 2% of the vehicles…

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