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  • Suffering from back pain injuries ?

    Back pain, sprains, herniated disks and spinal cord injuries. Back pain affects people from all over the world. Whether they work at a desk, travel for business, or work on construction sites, the risk of back pain is high. Injuries are common in car accidents or slip and fall injuries, and can rang … Read more »

  • Distracted driving-new laws coming.

    Distracted Driving  Distracted Driving in Ontario These days, it seems very foreign to see someone talking on a cell phone while driving.  Since 2009, Ontario drivers have been banned from using hand-held devices that create distracted driving behind the wheel.  Since then, the use of cell phones an … Read more »

  • Catastrophic Injury Impairment

    Changes to Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule and Catastrophic Injury Automobile insurance is constantly changing . It seems that the government continues to strip away at some of the most vital services required for injured people, especially those who are severely injured and need it most, those … Read more »

  • Occupational injuries and LTD.

    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…

    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 »