We hear often from our clients that the moments following a car accident are initially accompanied by feelings of shock and confusion. One of the first questions on many drivers’ minds following a motor vehicle accident is, “Am I at fault for the collision?” That question is important for several reasons. Who was at fault … Continue reading “How is Fault Determined in an Ontario Auto Accident?”
Depression can be a serious mental health disorder. Severe symptoms of depression can even prevent someone from performing the duties of their jobs. However, despite the preventative effects depression can have on a person’s ability to work, many long-term disability (LTD) claims for mental health issues are denied due to a lack of objective evidence. But a new scientific discovery could change that. Click here to read more.
From freezing rain to extreme snowfall warnings, winter driving in Ontario can be risky. Click here to learn more on precautions you can take to prepare your vehicle for winter road conditions:
The beloved pastime of snowmobiling brings riders back to wintry routes year after year, but it also comes with the risk of serious injury, or worse. Click here to learn more on how you can help make sure your snowmobiling expedition is safe.
The negligence of property owners and/or occupiers can have serious physical, emotional, and financial repercussions for the injured victims of slip and fall accidents. In order to pursue the retribution they deserve, injured accident victims must be able to provide sufficient, compelling evidence. To learn about different types of evidence that might be beneficial for your claim, click here.
We all know that getting behind the wheel while intoxicated can lead to a severe car accident. But in the aftermath of such a tragic event, some may ask: if a drunk-driving incident happened following a party, can the host be held liable? Click here to learn more: