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Gain Peace of Mind Through a Structured Settlement

Canadian law permits claimants to place portions of their personal injury settlements into a structured annuity. This guaranteed tax-free payment can be received each month for a set period. Structures give claimants absolute certainty that there will be sufficient funding for treatment costs, care needs, income replacement, and other aspects of their claim long after the settlement has been finalized. To learn more, click here.

Who Can Make a Claim Under the Family Law Act?

When people sustain injuries as the result of someone else’s negligence, in many situations, they are not the only ones who face direct consequences. Many family members of injured or wrongfully deceased accident victims incur significant financial losses because of another person’s wrongdoings. However, under the Ontario Family Law Act, certain relatives of injured parties may be entitled to compensation for their own damages. To learn more, click here.

Courts Must Put Victims First

In Ontario, judges and juries are guided by a moral and legal principle that an injured victim should be fully compensated for the damages they have incurred as a result of another party’s negligence. This principle sounds simple in theory, but in practice, it can be subject to various complications, especially in situations involving more than one liable party. To learn more about how Courts must respond to different complicating factors to ensure the victim is fairly compensated, click here.

Neurofatigue After a Concussion

Throughout the province, thousands of people sustain concussions each year. Many of those people go on to experience debilitating symptoms that persist for weeks, months, or even years after their initial injury. Disruptive symptoms like neurofatigue can affect a person’s entire life. To learn more about coping with neurofatigue after sustaining a concussion, click here

Have You Sustained Dog Bite Injuries in Ontario? Your Next 4 Steps

In Ontario, dog bites and dog attacks happen every year. A lot of us here are dog lovers and stand by the fact that more often than not, when a dog acts viciously and causes injuries – it’s the owners’ fault regardless of the breed of the dog. Ontario’s Dog Owners’ Liability Act protects you … Continue reading “Have You Sustained Dog Bite Injuries in Ontario? Your Next 4 Steps”

Pursuing Financial Compensation After a Hit and Run Accident

Hit and run accidents are shocking. When a driver fails to remain at the scene of a collision they caused, it can be confusing to know where an injured driver should turn for financial compensation. There are some important steps to take after sustaining an injury in a hit and run accident. To learn how an Ontario car accident lawyer may be able to help, click here.

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Toronto, ON
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Burlington, ON
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Brampton, ON
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Whitby, ON
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Barrie, ON
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London, ON
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East Tower Mississauga, ON
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Hamilton, ON
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Peterborough, ON
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Kitchener, ON N2H 6M6
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Ottawa ON
K2P 0C2
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