Information About Ontario Injuries Blog
- How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Impacting Personal Injury Claims
Daily life is more challenging these days. It is even more so if you are recovering from an injury, such as from a car accident or a slip and fall. Moreover, you are likely concerned with how this pandemic affects your personal injury claim. Here are answers to some questions you may have with respe … Read more »
- Why Is a Company’s HR/Legal Department Calling Me After a Slip and Fall?
If you have been injured from a slip and fall on property owned or occupied by another, there are a few things you should do if circumstances allow. They include letting the owner/occupier of the property know about the incident, taking photos of the area of the fall, and obtaining contact informati … Read more »
- What Happens When My Claim is Under Simplified Procedure?
Changes related to the Simplified Procedure process will take effect on January 1, 2020 to help resolve qualifying cases faster. These changes may affect your lawyer’s strategy when filing a lawsuit in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, including claims for personal injury or property damage. On … Read more »
- Daylight Saving Time: Avoid a Collision After the Time Change
It’s almost that time of year when we turn back the clock one hour. Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. E.S.T. on Sunday, November 3, 2019. Collisions and Daylight Saving Time Connection Could a darker rush hour be a factor in an increase of collisions? In Ontario, November isn’t always the month wi … Read more »
- Cycling Safety for You and Your Children
When cycling there are many things to consider to avoid someone colliding into you and to minimize the severity of any injuries. Keep in mind the reminders below before you head out on your next ride. Helmets Parents and guardians, make sure you and your child wear a properly-fitted helmet to help p … Read more »