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- Disability Insurance: Common Myths Exposed
Whether you purchase insurance, or you obtain it through your employer in Toronto, you want to know that it will be there when you need it most. Unfortunately, there are quite a few disability insurance myths that may cause you unnecessary anxiety. The goal is to separate fact from fiction and provi … Read more »
- Slip and Fall at a Public Pool: Who is Liable for My Injuries?
If you slip and fall at a public pool, on a neighbor’s property, at a school or in a retail establishment, from whom can you recover injury compensation? Additionally, what are the common time limits, under Canada’s “Occupier’s Liability Act” for incidents like these? Generally speaking, whenever pe … Read more »
- Why Have Disability Insurance?
Why have disability insurance? One out of six Canadians will suffer from an injury or illness that keeps them out of work for over 90 days at least once before they reach the age of 50. After the age of 50, the potential for illness or injury increases. Sadly, living expenses and bills do not disapp … Read more »
- What are the Eligibility Criteria for Long-Term Disability After a Debilitating Injury?
Living with a long-term disability or debilitating injury is devastating. It affects your ability to work and your ability to live, leaving you with anxiety about what the future holds. Life can be unfair, but that doesn’t mean you and your family are on your own. When you’re facing an injury or lif … Read more »
- How a Toronto Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Help
Advice from a Toronto Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Motorcycle accidents. You hear about them in the news all too often, but you never think it will happen to you. After all, you’re a safe, experienced rider, right? Unfortunately, you still have a 1 in 770 chance of being involved in an accident no mat … Read more »