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Anyone can be injured in a slip and fall accident. Hazards that might cause slip and fall accidents exist throughout public, commercial, and residential spaces. Something that may look commonplace, like a pothole in a parking lot or spilled liquid on the floor of a grocery store, can cause an unsuspecting person to sustain serious injuries. To learn more about common hazards that lead to injury-causing slip and fall accidents, click here.
Although many people who slip and fall on ice or snow may walk away from their accidents unharmed, depending on the circumstances, these unexpected falls can lead to serious injuries. An injury sustained during a routine wintertime activity like walking through a parking lot or entering a residential building complex could have ramifications that affect an accident victim’s entire life. Click here to learn more.
Each winter, many Ontarians are injured in accidents caused by snow or ice. When these accidents were caused by the negligence of a property owner or their hired contractors, injured parties have up to two years to take legal action. But a new amendment to the province’s Occupiers’ Liability Act will impose a drastically shorter time-frame in which accident victims can provide notice of a claim, which could significantly impact a victim’s ability to recover compensation for their injuries. Click here to learn more.
Public transportation is a way of life for many residents of Ontario as well as people around the globe. Subways are an integral part of public transportation systems and they provide a cost-effective and efficient way for citizens in busy metropolitan areas to navigate through the cities. While subways do provide an effective means of...