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Saadati v. Moorehead: A New Era for Personal Injury Law in Canada

Dairn Shane and Joseph Fearon were successful at the Supreme Court of Canada in a landmark ruling on psychological injuries. Mr. Shane argued the case at all levels of appeal and at trial. Mr. Saadati suffered serious psychological injuries as a result of multiple car accidents. The Court of Appeal ruled that he was not entitled […]

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Will Your Auto Accident Impact Your Car Insurance Rates in Ontario?

Once an accident victim’s injuries and immediate expenses have been tended to, they often want to know – How will this accident affect my car insurance rates in Ontario? An increase in rates will depend on whether or not you were at fault for the motor vehicle accident. More accurately, it will depend on whether […]

Appeal Allowed! Preszler Law Victorious at the Supreme Court of Canada

Dairn Shane and Joseph Fearon were successful at the Supreme Court of Canada in a landmark ruling on psychological injuries. Mr. Shane argued the case at all levels of appeal and was also counsel at trial. Mr. Saadati suffered serious psychological injuries as a result of multiple car accidents. The Court of Appeal ruled that […]

Preszler Law Successful at the Supreme Court of Canada

Mr. Saadati was involved in a series of car accidents, suffering serious psychological injuries. The Court of Appeal denied him compensation, holding him to a higher standard than someone who had suffered physical injuries. Canadian law has treated people with psychological injuries unfairly in comparison to people with physical injuries, making it more difficult, complicated […]

Reasonable Doubt: are some lives worth more than others?

Are some lives worth more than others? In some areas of the law, yes. Women, as a matter of principle, often receive less compensation than men in serious personal injury lawsuits. Poor people generally receive less than wealthy or middle class people. Some lives are literally worth millions of dollars less than others. Why? Preszler […]