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  • Dashcam Footage in Personal Injury Claims

    Every year, hundreds of people are killed and tens of thousands are injured in car accidents in Canada. The impact of these accidents extends far beyond the people who are directly involved: families, friends, coworkers, and more are also affected. This far-reaching impact is why it’s so important f … Read more »

  • Study Reveals Best and Worst Driving Cities in Ontario

    InsuranceHotline.com, a website that compares auto insurance quotes, recently named the ten best and worst driving cities in Ontario based on how likely residents are to have tickets, collisions, or a combination of the two on their records. The study, which looked at quotes from 2018 and 2019, show … Read more »

  • Medical Malpractice Lawyers Face Challenges in Delayed Diagnosis Cases

    In Ontario, some medical malpractice lawyers believe two words – “but for” – are making it difficult for injured patients to access compensation for negligence causing delayed diagnosis. Last month, Law Times reported on White v. St. Joseph’s Hospital (Hamilton) a case in which the plaintiff went in … Read more »

  • Do Canadians Need In-Car Speed-Limiting Technology?

    Technology is a mixed blessing on Canadian roads. On one hand, cutting-edge safety features like lane-keeping and automatic braking reduce injuries and accidents. On the other, smartphones and in-car navigation and entertainment systems cause distraction, which, as any car accident lawyer can attest … Read more »

  • Ontarians Still Reeling from 2016 Changes to Auto Insurance System

    In June 2016, the then-Liberal Government of Ontario introduced major changes to the province’s auto insurance system. Presented as an effort to reduce premiums, the changes significantly reduced available accident benefits and altered the definition of catastrophic impairment, making it more diffic … Read more »