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Determining the value of your case.

June 4, 2021

“What is my personal injury case worth?” This is perhaps the most common question asked to the accident attorney with at the onset of the client-lawyer relationship in personal injury litigation. The most common answer provided by lawyers to their clients will likely be “It depends…” followed by numerous contingencies in relation to the impact […]

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Navigating the complex world of medical malpractice claims

June 3, 2021

Ask any Canadian lawyer and they will tell you that medical malpractice claims are some of the most expensive and difficult to pursue.  The injuries can be extensive. Outside of what might be available through private benefits and the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP), you must begin a civil lawsuit against the medical professional who caused […]

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Five medical questions to ask before hiring a medical malpractice lawyer

June 1, 2021

If you have suffered from negligent or careless medical care that caused you harm, you may be a victim of medical malpractice and entitled to damages. Some examples of medical malpractice are misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis of cancer and other medical conditions, medical mistakes, surgical errors and prescribing incorrect medication. However, finding a lawyer to act […]

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What is the deductible and how does it affect damage awards?

May 30, 2021

New accident claims article based on personal injury law in Canada. When a victim is injured in a car accident, they are entitled to damages for pain and suffering, otherwise known as general damages. General damages are intended to compensate victims for losses that are not pecuniary, such as income loss or medical treatment costs. […]

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The impact of COVID-19 on long term care homes

May 29, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted residents in long-term care homes. In Ontario (Canada), a total of 2,564 people has died from the novel coronavirus, 1,799 of which are residents in long-term care homes. It is no surprise that older age, complex chronic health conditions and underlying health problems are prevalent amongst residents in long-term care facilities thereby rendering […]

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Are Personal Injury Lawyers Worth It?

May 27, 2021

It can be easy to scoff at all the commercials and billboards for personal injury lawyers that one sees. These lawyers can be derisively called “ambulance chasers” by some. But a personal injury lawyer plays an important part in the legal system and can be a great benefit to their clients. Here is why hiring […]

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Legal Deposition Services For You

May 25, 2021

Deposition summaries can cause stress and frustration to those with a heavy workload. It can be challenging to handle such a heavy workload alone. Many decide to outsource these summaries to a service that can give them the help that they need. By trusting a team of experienced and dedicated professionals, you have a plethora […]

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What do to after a car accident

May 4, 2021

Involvement in an automobile accident is a traumatic event. Not only must victims cope with the profound pain and loss resulting from their injury, but often they and their families must navigate through a complex and confusing maze of legal and insurance-related issues. read the full article to get an idea about what happens if […]

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Fatal Truck Accidents- Statistics, Costs, Causes & Legal Claims Regulations

April 22, 2021

The cost of a truck accident or indeed any road traffic accident can vary substantially from one accident to the next. Dependent on the unique variables involved in a specific accident, whether or not there were fatal injuries involved and the type of injuries sustained will directly impact and correlate with the average amount that […]

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Long Term Care Homes and the Risk to Seniors during COVID-19

April 5, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted residents in long-term care homes. In Ontario (Canada), a total of 2,564 people has died from the novel coronavirus, 1,799 of which are residents in long-term care homes. It is no surprise that older age, complex chronic health conditions and underlying health problems are prevalent amongst residents in long-term care facilities thereby rendering […]

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