Personal injury lawyer Daniel Fisher explains your legal rights when using recreational trails.
When drafting agreements among parties, is there any flexibility to add or remove conditions after it’s already been agreed-upon, without undermining its legitimacy? What rights do each party have to make changes unilaterally?
If an injured person chooses to sue a road authority for negligence as a result of deficient winter weather maintenance, the liability picture changes substantially based on the type of roadway where the accident occurred. If the accident occurred on a roadway controlled by a municipality, the test for liability is governed by section 44 … Read More
In this blog post, Adam Wagman explores Statutory Accident Benefits, and explains why failing to choose the appropriate coverage for you and your family is a mistake you don’t want to make.
In this blog post, Adam Wagman explores third party liability (TPL) insurance and explains why failing to choose the appropriate coverage for you and your family is a mistake you don’t want to make.
In June 2016 new legislation drastically reduced the minimum insurance coverage Ontarians receive for medical and rehabilitation benefits as well as attendant care. To ensure you and your family are adequately protected, it is essential to ‘buy back’ the benefits that were taken away.
In this blog post, Adam Wagman examines some factors which may affect the contributory negligence issue, and how that impacts on the value of your car accident claim.
In this article, Kaitlyn MacDonnell and Michael Henry detail two recent court decisions that may indicate the Courts are no longer tolerating the extreme tactics that insurers sometimes employ.
In this article, Michael J. Henry provides some tips to help stay safe on the road if it’s present.
In this article, Jim Howie reviews common causes of truck accidents, the commercial motor vehicle law and inspection regulations designed to reduce the risk of truck accidents.