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Car Injury Lawyer: In Case of Collision

An Insurance Lawyer’s Advice on What to Do Following a Vehicle Collision Every time you drive somewhere in your car, there is a risk—however minor—of an accident. This risk is further exacerbated in difficult driving conditions, such as rain, snow, or ice. The best measure one can take towards road safety is planning and preparing […]

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Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer in Ottawa

Know How to Spot an Experienced, Professional, Personal Injury and Insurance Lawyer A personal injury lawyer may be someone you hope you never need to rely on (who wants to be injured, after all?)—but they’re certainly someone you’ll be grateful for should the worst happen and you or your loved ones find yourselves in need […]

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Ottawa Injury Lawyer Discusses Employment Disputes

Know When to Call a Personal Injury Lawyer in Ottawa Being injured at work isn’t an easy thing to deal with. Neither is being unable to work—either in the short or long term—due to an injury, illness, or other condition. Unfortunately, dealing with these events can swiftly turn from bad to worse as you navigate […]

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What Can a Personal Injury Law Firm Do?

Why You Should Contact an Accident Lawyer if You’ve Been the Victim of an Accident All it takes for a life to be changed forever is a single moment—a slip on the ice, hitting the brakes too late, or an unexpected fall can have more impact than months of good luck. You may be tempted […]

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The Different Kinds of Motor Vehicle Accidents

If You’re Involved in Any of These Accidents, a Car Accident Lawyer Can Help When you think of a motor vehicle accident, the first thing that often comes to mind is a two-car collision. While this kind of accident is common, it isn’t the only possible scenario. Motor vehicle injuries can arise from a variety […]

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Westerhof v. Gee Estate [2015] ONCA 206

Decided March 26, 2015 “All witnesses with special skill or training and who observed or were involved in the underlying facts of the case are permitted to proffer evidence as witnesses at trial without signing the Rule 53 Compliance Form.” Ontario Court of Appeal The Plaintiff was injured in a 2004 motor vehicle accident, following […]

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