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Injured on Vacation: What to do Next

What starts as a joyful and restful respite can transition quickly to a nightmare in the wrong circumstance. Preparing for those scenarios in advance can certainly help make this unfortunate process better for travelers. When faced with an injury that occurs away from your hometown or perhaps even your home country, often complex legal issues … Continue reading “Injured on Vacation: What to do Next”

Is an Apartment Owner Liable for a Tenant’s Slip and Fall Accident?

Property owners, such as companies that own apartment buildings, have a duty under Ontario law to keep their premises in safe condition. This means, among other things, that the property owner needs to maintain a reasonable schedule of safety inspections to identify and correct any potential hazards that might injure a tenant or lawful visitor … Continue reading “Is an Apartment Owner Liable for a Tenant’s Slip and Fall Accident?”

Do Ontarians Have a Right to a Jury Trial in Civil Matters?

A slip-and-fall accident may be the fault of multiple parties. If your accident occurs in a shopping centre, for example, liability might ultimately fall on the owner of the premises, an individual store that rents space, or even a contractor who performed shoddy maintenance work. Of course, when there are multiple parties who may be … Continue reading “Do Ontarians Have a Right to a Jury Trial in Civil Matters?”

Safety at the Gym: Premises Liability Issues in Ontario

Every January sees a dramatic influx of new members to Ontario gyms. The Central Ontario Better Business Bureau estimates that gym activity increases by 50% from December to January, and at least one gym in Kitchener reported that 70% of its new members sign up that month. Although many of those new members stop going … Continue reading “Safety at the Gym: Premises Liability Issues in Ontario”

What is Ontario’s Golden Years Doctrine?

Ontario law entitles a plaintiff to recover damages from a defendant who negligently injures him or her. The goal of the law is to return the plaintiff to the original position — that is, the position the plaintiff would have been in had the injury not occurred. For some kinds of damages, like medical bills … Continue reading “What is Ontario’s Golden Years Doctrine?”

Ontario Apartment-Injury Claims: What You Need to Know

In 2011, Statistics Canada published a report on injuries using information from the 2009 to 2010 Canadian Community Health Survey. It found that falls were the leading cause of injury in Canada. Among adolescents, these typically occurred while playing sports. But among seniors, falls usually occurred while walking or doing household chores. When those injuries … Continue reading “Ontario Apartment-Injury Claims: What You Need to Know”

 
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