In this article we discuss if self or lawyer representation is more advisable for personal injury cases. For a new personal injury client, a lawsuit can seem
In this article we discuss what happens if a spouse or boss refuses to give evidence at trial. A common issue in personal injury claims that clients raise is how their close relatives or co-workers will be involved in their lawsuit.
How are dangerous steps classified in Ontario? This article will consider how the law in Ontario has interpreted reasonable care and reasonably safe premises.
Why is my insurance company watching me? When your credibility is in question, an insurance company may send a private investigator to watch and monitor you.
In this article, we dis.cussed plaintiff privacy and how a lawyer collects personal information for trial. Plaintiff privacy is crucial in a trial. We know
Who pays for car accident injuries? Drivers carry insurance to protect them if they cause an accident. However, we often get asked, who pays for car accidents injuries.
First it was seat belts, then it was impaired driving, now, distracted driving. There are many forms of distracted driving that can arise in motor vehicle
The threshold is a test used by the court to determine whether an accident victim should be allowed to recover money for pain and suffering, also known as “general damages”.
Most people assume that it is very bad to drive without insurance, and they are correct. But what are the consequences of driving without insurance?