Can Damages Determine Fault In A Car Crash?

When a car accident happens, in many cases, it is caused by the neglect of a driver. In most cases, the result is unintentional but it is still because of someone lack to act as a safe driver behind the wheel. It is sometimes hard to determine who really was at fault in a car accident. When a case goes to court, they judge and jury will need to look closely at all the evidence to determine who should get the blame. Read More

Understand The Difference Between Informed Consent And Regular Consent

There is one distinctive difference between informed consent and regular consent. Giving general consent means that you agree to undergoing a surgery or other procedure, and by giving that consent, you are essentially preventing your doctor from being at risk of criminal battery charges. After all, without consent, your doctor may as well be coming at you with a scalpel while you are still conscious and trying to get away. Read More

Necessity For Financial Compensation For Long-Term Effects of Spinal Cord Injuries

Trauma to the spine can change a person’s life forever. The long-term symptoms of a spinal cord injury are severe. From required medical equipment, over hospital stays, therapy, medication, and other treatments, all the way to the emotional toll on the victim and their loved ones – none of it can be made right by awarding money, but that is still the least these people and their families deserve. Read More

Can I File A Personal Injury Lawsuit Against The City?

Sustaining an injury on city property can in some cases be blamed on lacking maintenance by the government. In cases like these, you may potentially have a foundation upon which you can build a lawsuit against the city government in order to obtain compensation for your losses. While it is often an individual who is the recipient of a personal injury lawsuit, it can also be a government institution or company. Read More

Understanding The Right of Ways Laws of Ontario

Bringing order into traffic requires rules and regulations which serve to protect motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians from collision and resulting injuries. One of the regulations are enforced through right of way laws. However, while these are meant to protect all of us, there are still many motorists who either do not know about these laws, or simply do not care to follow them. As a result, they cause collisions with devastating consequences that could have easily been prevented if only they had yielded the right of way. Read More

Understanding The Dangers of Distracted Driving

There are a lot of ways in which a driver can be distracted. The most commonly known distraction is, of course, the cellphone, but there are also other distractions to watch out for like your GPS, eating food, drinking coffee, daydreaming, or really anything that leads to you taking your mind off the road and the happenings around your vehicle. Statistically, no other activity has as high a death toll as distracted driving, which makes it so important that you learn how to keep you and your passengers safe at all times. Read More

Understanding What Influence No-Fault Insurance Has On Your Right To File A Lawsuit

Following your involvement in a motor vehicle collision In Ontario, your insurance claim will need to be filed with your insurer. However, if another involved party is found to be liable for causing the collision, then you may also, in addition, file a lawsuit with the help of Personal Injury Lawyer in Milton against the at-fault party. In order for you to receive all the benefits you are owed, both from your no-fault insurance and the liable driver, you will need to familiarize yourself with the process of the legal process surrounding this matter. Read More

Staying Safe While Still Having Fun At The Water Park

Summer is soon upon us and with summer come the public swimming pools and their more extreme cousins: the water parks. All over Ontario, water parks have been shooting out of the ground and attracting the local public. Regardless of the age of the visitor, there is something for everyone: the smaller water slides for kids who learned to swim the summer before, and enormous slides even older teens have to dare each other to go down. Read More