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
What is an Infant Settlement Motion and Why Does it Matter? In personal injury lawsuits, it is common to have parties involved who are under the age of 18
The Jury Selection Process and Juror Responsibilities Explained. A jury panel is organized by the Sheriff for a county and consists only of persons who are
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
During the process of retaining a lawyer you will want to come to the table with disability claim documents and information for…
Personal injury litigation begins with the collection and sharing of all your health records with the lawyers and parties involved in your action.
A long-term or short-term disability claim with an insurer has a contract that outlines the rights and obligations of both parties. Every contract is different and provides different benefits and procedures that must be followed.
Public nuisance in Ontario, often arises from a slip, trip or fall will be pursued under the Occupier’s Liability Act, which is a law outlining the duty to take reasonable steps to ensure a property is reasonably safe.