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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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Liability in a Boating Accident Jun 13, 2019 Recreational boating accidents occur every summer in Ontario and tragically, many result in drowning and fatal injury. Understand your liability in the event of a boating accident involving serious injury or death.
Causing an Automobile Accident in a Construction Zone Jun 07, 2019 Every year, many Ontarians are injured or killed in car accidents within construction zones, particularly on Ontario highways. Slow down and practice safe driving in construction zones to avoid liability and tragic injuries caused by a preventable accident.
Making a Fire Loss Claim for your Home or Business May 15, 2019 Home and business fires create heartache, financial burdens and the loss of important and treasured items. Talk to an experienced fire loss lawyer to reduce the stress of making a claim and ensure you receive the settlement you are owed.
When can I sue a Negligent Driver for Aggravated and Punitive Damages? May 02, 2019 Car accident victims often suffer psychological injuries, and when injuries result from a preventable action such as impaired driving or excessive speeding, you may wonder whether you can be compensated for additional damages due to significant mental distress.
You may be liable for an Accident even when your Car is Borrowed without your explicit Consent Apr 01, 2019 Three Oakville boys, aged 13, 14 and 16, were recently injured in a single-vehicle accident on the QEW, and police stated that the car was ‘borrowed’ by the 13-year-old driver without his parent’s consent. Be aware that you may be liable for a car accident when someone borrows your car, even if you didn’t explicitly give your consent.
Your Eligibility for Income Replacement Benefits Mar 20, 2019 Anyone injured in an automobile accident in Ontario, including cyclists and pedestrians, may be entitled to income replacement benefits under the driver's vehicle insurance policy.