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Children With Sports Injuries: Who Is Liable?

March 29, 2021

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that injuries and accidents are entitled to access to justice. The following is based primarily on personal injury laws in Ontario, Canada: When a child plays on a sports team or participates in a physical education class, there is a serious injury risk. If your child has been injured […]

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When to Hire a Lawyer for Injuries at Work

March 26, 2021

All employers are by law required to give their workers reasonably healthy and safe working environments. Even so, this is not always the case, and you might be injured at your workplace. The common work-related injuries include slips, falls, spinal injuries from heavy lifting, strain injuries, equipment malfunction injuries in factories, and car accident-related injuries. […]

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Upcoming Changes to Accident Benefits: Drastically Reduced Coverage for Injured Persons

December 13, 2020

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that victims of Personal Injury are entitled to access to justice. The following is based primarily on accident claims laws in Ontario, Canada:- In Ontario, every automobile insurance policy provides no-fault accident benefits coverage regulated by the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (known as Ontario Regulation 34/10).  Accident Benefits serve as a […]

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Will a Personal Injury Attorney Handle My Property Damage Claim?

December 12, 2020

New post regarding car accident claims answering the legal question “Will a personal injury attorney handle my property damage claim?” based on law in Utah and generally. In the immediate aftermath of a car accident, the focus should always be on treating injuries and getting everyone involved to a safe place. Can Pregnant Women Take […]

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The Child Witness: Tips from the Trenches

September 19, 2020

Questioning a child witness is one of the most challenging tasks for the advocate. To do it well requires patience, skill, and a thorough command of the language, so that respondent answers are elicited to the questions asked. Introduction Questioning, a child witness, is one of the most challenging tasks for the advocate. To do […]

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Personal Injury Claims Will Be Slashed In 2020.

September 6, 2020

Certain changes to personal injury law have taken effect from April 2020. According to a personal injury lawyer, this will result in a reduction in compensation claims and will make receiving legal representation harder for claim victims. Find out if you have recently hired a personal injury lawyer. What Personal Injury Laws Are Changing? With […]

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Identifying Concussion Signs in Children and Teens

September 5, 2020

New contribution from a personal injury law firm, sharing useful information in respect of identifying signs of concussion. Parents, coaches, and teachers frequently overlook concussions by characterizing physical impact as a minor ‘bonk on the head.’  For example:  When a child or teen takes a hit while playing sports, they are usually assessed quickly at […]

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I was hit by a vehicle while jaywalking, what do I do?

June 4, 2020

In my professional practice of being a personal injury lawyer, I frequently represent individuals who have been injured in pedestrian accidents. There are instances when pedestrians bear some responsibility for being struck by vehicles, such as by jaywalking. According to a personal injury lawyer, whether an injured jaywalking pedestrian can recover damages hinges on the […]

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Illinois Nursing Homes May Be Unfit To Manage COVID-19

April 18, 2020

With its lethal effects on the elderly and those with immune deficiencies, COVID-19 poses a special threat to nursing homes nationwide. Illinois nursing homes and temporary rehab clinics are now tasked with caring for the infected while also containing the coronavirus pandemic. This is no doubt a monumental task for any state.  However, an analysis […]

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Waiving Away your Right to Sue: The Enforceability of Waivers

March 9, 2020

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that victims of Personal Injury are entitled to access to justice. This new post is based on law in Ontario, Canada and generally. With warmer weather finally on the horizon, Ontarians are enthusiastically heading outdoors to enjoy recreational activities such as rock-climbing, treetop rope courses, and skydiving simulators. Many […]

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