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  • “I Think My Doctor Was Negligent, What Do I Need to Prove?”

    Clients are often surprised to learn that suing a doctor is not clear-cut. The first step in any lawsuit is to establish that the defendant is liable; however, in medical malpractice cases it is not as simple as proving a mistake was made. To establish that a doctor was negligent, there are two aspe … Read more »

  • Accidents at Caribbean Resorts: Can I Sue?

    The winter season can be gruelling in Canada. For that reason, many local residents enjoy warm and sunny getaways to the Caribbean starting this time of year. Although Caribbean resorts can provide a fun and exciting holiday at a reasonable price, when an accident occurs the ensuing medical and othe … Read more »

  • ‘The Law and You’ Spotlight Articles

    Oatley Vigmond has partnered with Barrie Today to contribute a spotlight series of “The Law and You” articles. The list of topics and links to these stories can be found below. A friend borrowed my car and got into an accident – now what? [READ ARTICLE] Troy H. Lehman, Partner, shares the risks and … Read more »

  • Accessible Trick-or-Treating: How To Be Inclusive This Halloween

    We are one week out from Halloween and kids across the province are getting increasingly excited. However, for children living with a disability, Halloween is not necessarily just a day full of candy and laughs with friends. It can be a day where they feel excluded. It can be a day where they feel d … Read more »

  • Halloween – Is Your Property Safe?

    With Halloween around the corner, preparations are already underway. From jack-o-lanterns, to special lighting, to inflatable ghouls and goblins, many in our community take their Halloween decorations very seriously. While decorating your home can be a fun annual tradition, it is also important that … Read more »