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  • Do Most Slip and Fall Cases Settle Outside of Court?

    Thousands of people are hurt in slip and fall accidents across Canada each year. According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, there were more than 34,000 injury hospitalizations nationwide for slips, trips, and falls in a recent year alone. In many cases, slip and fall accidents resul … Read more »

  • What Evidence Do You Need to Prove Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case?

    Property owners and occupiers must keep their premises safe for visitors, whether that property is a business, home, or apartment building. When a hazard causes an accident, the owner may be liable for a victim’s injuries and related losses. However, some property owners or their insurers will fight … Read more »

  • Slip-and-Fall Statistics in Canada

    Statistics show that slip-and-fall accidents cause serious injuries throughout Canada every year. If you were severely injured in a slip-and-fall accident on someone else’s property, you might be eligible to seek financial compensation for your injuries and other losses. A occupiers’ liability lawye … Read more »

  • Do I Qualify for Disability Benefits if I Have Fibromyalgia?

    Fibromyalgia is estimated to affect roughly two percent of all Canadians, yet it’s a disease that’s widely misunderstood and difficult to diagnose. This can make it hard for sufferers to get the treatment they need and the public benefits that may make their lives easier. Are you suffering from fibr … Read more »

  • What You Need to Know About ICBC’s New No-Fault Insurance

    All You Need to Know About ICBC’s New No-Fault Insurance British Columbia recently overhauled its auto insurance system by implementing a new plan called Enhanced Care. The changes are supposed to reduce insurance rates by 20 percent, which averages out to $400 per driver annually. But there are man … Read more »