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At Stevenson Whelton LLP we aim to provide you with the knowledge and up-to-date information that may impact you in your everyday life. From local news pieces to actual court case reviews, our blog provides you with easily readable and relatable content.

We understand that you may have questions and may not understand all the legal jargon that is associated with filing a claim and our blog attempts to help with that. Of course you can always call us for a free initial consultation so that we can assess the specific details of your case.

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Landlord can be liable for Tenant’s Injury Jan 14, 2019 Landlord’s, restaurant owners and other property owners/managers may be liable for your injury if it was caused by an unsafe condition that the property owner/manager should have foreseen and fixed.
Impaired Driving is a primary Cause of Wrongful Death Jan 07, 2019 A recent Oakville car accident caused the tragic death of a passenger and resulted in impaired driving charges against the 22-year-old driver. Impaired driving remains a leading cause of driving fatalities and wrongful death.
Why we really need Winter Tires Jan 01, 2019 Research into winter tire performance proves that all-season radials and summer tires simply don’t provide as much traction and therefore safety, during winter driving conditions in Canada.
Car Accidents often result in Traumatic Spinal Injury Dec 22, 2018 Car accidents are a leading cause of traumatic spinal cord injury in Canada, such as the devastating injury sustain by one Humboldt crash victim.
How to avoid slipping and being injured on Ice this Winter Dec 17, 2018 Winter's coming, so keep in mind strategies that can prevent you from slipping and falling on the ice or snow and becoming injured.
Can I sue for Damages for my Chronic Pain? Dec 10, 2018 Chronic pain is a very real condition that can result from car accidents, falls and other traumatic events. Although more difficult to measure than objective injuries, chronic pain can have as great, or an even greater, impact on your life than the original injury, and you may be entitled to compensation against the party who caused your injury.