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
“Now that using marijuana is legal in Canada, I guess I can buy it anywhere and walk around with as much pot as I like, right?” The short answer is NO. Read on for the longer answer. Adults are now allowed to buy, use and grow cannabis legally in Canada. However, the age of majority … 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 this article, disability lawyers Kaitlyn MacDonell and Michael Henry discuss the long-term disability case of Swampillai v. RSA and Sun Life Assurance Company, 2018 ONSC 4023, where the employer’s release was deemed improvident.
In this article, personal injury lawyer Michael Henry details some of the realities of legalizing and policing the use of marijuana, and the potential impact on road safety.
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, D. Joel Dick discusses the recent decision of Mir v Allstate, which confirmed that the particulars of any surveillance conducted by the defence should be disclosed in the Affidavit of Documents.