According to statistics from the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada, 17 percent of work-related time-loss injuries involved fall accidents. Click to read entire article…. Read More
Stairs are inherently dangerous and many people have fallen over the years and been injured or killed. Fall injuries are second only to motor vehicle accidents as far as insurance claims go. Click to read entire article…. Read More
Most drivers in Ontario are aware that they must have automobile insurance before driving, or letting anyone else drive, their vehicle. What most don’t know is that you may not be able to sue for your injuries if you are in an accident while driving uninsured. Even if the accident is not your fault.
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When individuals die in a car crash that was caused by a negligent driver, their families may decide to pursue a wrongful death claim against this driver. For example, a personal injury lawyer may be able to establish liability by showing that an at-fault driver was distracted or intoxicated. … Read More
People who have suffered injuries in an accident like this might choose to file a personal injury complaint against the driver found to be responsible. A lawyer might assist an injured party by gathering evidence to present in relation to the claim. Evidence could include testimony from other people in the vehicle, police reports and any existing surveillance footage of the accident…. Read More
An injured motorcycle crash victim may experience lasting repercussions from the accident that will affect their daily life for years to come. If the injuries were serious, medical expenses from a prolonged hospital stay and the time spent off from work may result in a considerable financial strain. To seek compensation for these losses, many victims decide to file a personal injury complaint against the driver at fault. During this process, a lawyer might be able to help an accident victim gather supporting evidence that can be used to strengthen their claim…. Read More
The party responsible for a car accident may be liable for any catastrophic injuries suffered by others in the wreck. A lawyer who has experience with car accidents may be able to assess the evidence in a crash and find evidence of fault. On behalf on an injured plaintiff, the lawyer may then bring a lawsuit against the allegedly at-fault party or their insurance company. The lawyer might also try to negotiate a fair settlement that might include compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering and other personal injury damages…. Read More