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  • Involved in a Cyclist Hit and Run?

    Often you hear news of a tragic accident involving a cyclist and the driver ultimately fleeing from the scene. When a cyclist is struck by a motorized vehicle, the injuries to the cyclist can be catastrophic. On average, there are about 74 cyclists fatalities per year across Canada, despite most cit … Read more »

  • I’ve heard “no-fault” and “accident benefits” – what does that mean, and does it mean no one sues anyone after a crash?

    The short answer – no! In the early 1990s, the provincial government introduced a new scheme in the hopes of reducing liability insurance premiums that had skyrocketed in the mid-to-late 1980s. This scheme included a no-fault benefit system where you could access benefits through the coverage of you … Read more »

  • What are optional accident benefits?

    You have the option to increase limits for income replacement, medical care, caregiver benefits, death and funeral benefits, and more. Here is what you can add: Dependent care benefits: This will cover up to $75 per week for your first dependent and $25 for each additional dependent. You can only cl … Read more »

  • What NOT to say to a judge in a courtroom

    When it comes to the courtroom, the Judge holds the most power over the final verdict. That’s why it is in your best interest not to do anything they wouldn’t like, as it will affect the outcome of your trial. The following are some general guidelines to mind when you are around a judge in the court … Read more »

  • What do I do after a slip-and-fall if I think I may be injured?

    Everyone has had a slip or trip and fall in their life. Sometimes the cause of the fall might be from their own doing, but most of the time, it’s because of a preventable hazard. These hazards can include ice that was not easily noticeable because it was covered by snow, unseen holes in grass that a … Read more »