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  • Occupational injuries and LTD.October 9, 2018

    Long Term Disability and WSIB Many employers provide group benefits packages to their employees, including long-term disability (LTD) benefits. In addition, some employers also have an additional LTD policy to cover workplace injuries and illnesses caused at/by the workplace, called an occupational … Read more »

  • What is implied consent? Our Ottawa injury lawyers explain…September 19, 2018

    Does no consent mean implied consent? What happens if someone uses your vehicle without your consent and causes an accident or injury? Is this implied consent ? Implications when lending your car. In the recent case of Michaud-Shields v. Gough, the defendant driver had a suspended license and did no … Read more »

  • Car thefts and insurance claimsJune 14, 2018

    Who is liable in  insurance claims if the vehicle is stolen? Lock your car doors. You may be liable to lose more than you think and it could affect your insurance claims. What’s the worst that could happen when a car door is left unlocked in a driveway or parking lot? Most would assume that their ca … Read more »

  • Canada Road Safety WeekJune 1, 2018

    Canada Road Safety Week We just had our first long weekend of the summer and Ontario Police have launched their Drive Safe Campaign in conjunction with National Road Safety Week. (May 15 – 21, 2018). Using the campaign slogan, “Who’s in Control?”, the police  emphasized the need for drivers to consi … Read more »

  • Mental Health Week and Disability ClaimsMay 11, 2018

    Mental Health Week 2018 One of the leading causes of disability in Canada, mental illness affects one in five Canadians every year with about eight per cent of adults experiencing a major depression. Mental illness is serious and it is largely misunderstood considering its ability to impact the soci … Read more »