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  • The Importance of Cogent Evidence

    The Importance of Cogent Evidence from Experts in a Personal Injury or Disability Claim In a new podcast below, Findlay’s Sara Auld speaks with guests Lesya Dyk and Brent Pyper about the importance of cogent evidence from experts in a personal injury or disability claim. If you have questions about … Read more »

  • Common Disability Claim Questions

    The purpose of disability insurance is to provide financial stability if you become unable to work. Unfortunately, it is not always as straightforward as it should be. Our firm often receives questions regarding disability insurance, particularly from individuals who are having a hard time collectin … Read more »

  • What Can a Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney Do for Me?

    The impact of a traumatic brain injury can be devastating. Survivors of this type of catastrophic injury often face significant and overwhelming obstacles that alter their quality of life. Know that you have options if you sustained a TBI due to another party’s negligence. You may be able to recover … Read more »

  • What Damages Are Awarded in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

    The unfortunate reality is that the death of a family member can take a significant toll on your long-term financial health. Bills and expenses often begin to mount while you are still grieving. A successful wrongful death lawsuit can’t bring your loved one back, but it can provide you with much-nee … Read more »

  • How Long Does It Take to Settle Wrongful Death Claims?

    Ontario law provides legal recourse for those who have lost a family member due to negligence in the form of a wrongful death claim. However, the time it takes to resolve a wrongful death claim can vary considerably. It depends on numerous factors, including the details of the case, the actions the … Read more »