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December 29, 2016

Winter Safety Tips for Avoiding Winter Injuries

Winter in Southern Ontario has officially arrived. There’s snow on the ground, the temperature has dropped, and holiday parties are starting. With winter weather and activities, there is always a risk of personal injury. Luckily, these risks can be avoided […]
December 20, 2016

Sports Injury Liability and Personal Injury Law

Sports account for a large percentage of overall injuries in Canada. Depending on the injury and circumstances surrounding it, the injured party may have a claim for compensation against the party responsible for the harm. There could be a variety […]
October 24, 2016

Types of Witnesses in a Personal Injury Case

Having the right witnesses in a personal injury case can often make the difference between a successful claim and an unsuccessful claim. Even though at the time of an accident your mind will be elsewhere, it’s imperative that you remember […]
September 24, 2016

Safe Driving in School Zones to Avoid Personal Injury

With back to school well underway, it’s important for both parents and children to remember some tips for driving in school zones safely. Each year, there are accidents involving children in school zones, playground zones, and offloading school buses that […]
August 31, 2016
Legal Mistakes after a Car Accident

What to do After a Car Accident to Avoid Legal Mistakes

Car accidents can happen for a number of reasons, but one thing they have in common is that they’re jarring, disorientating, and always throw us for a loop. If you’ve been involved in a car accident, there are a number […]
August 30, 2016
Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving and Personal Injury Cases

Deaths from collisions caused by distracted driving have doubled since 2000. Distracted driving has become an epidemic caused by smart phones, electronic devices, and trying to multitask while driving. Unfortunately, this increase in collisions because of distracted driving means an […]
August 29, 2016

Pokémon GO: Personal Injury, Accidents, and Liability

This summer, Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm. First released in July, it’s a phone application that uses augmented reality to allow users to catch digital Pokémon in real life. It uses a phone’s camera and GPS to […]
June 20, 2016
how to avoid bicycle accidents this summer

How to Avoid Bicycle Accidents this Summer

Summer has arrived in Ontario (finally!) and this means we’ll start to see a lot more bicycles on the road. Cycling is a great form of exercise, an alternative way to commute, and a fun way to reduce our carbon […]
April 15, 2016

Does Signing a Waiver Really Matter?

My son, Caden, plays hockey for the Flamborough Sabres. When it comes time for waivers to be signed, either to play hockey or for team events, there’s a running joke between me and some of the parents. I often hear […]
March 12, 2015

When The City is At Fault For Your Injuries

People often sue the City if they trip on a sidewalk due to a raised ledge in the concrete or in cases of a car accident where the City should have put a stop sign or made sure the intersection […]