Are Contingency Fees The Best Option For You As A Client?

As you are researching lawyers in your area, you will most likely come across the term “contingency fee”. This is a basis of payment most lawyers will offer to their clients. Paying a lawyer on a contingency basis means that you will have to pay them nothing upfront, but rather that you and them will negotiate a percentage of the ultimate settlement amount which will then go to the personal injury lawyer in Milton once the case has been won. Read More

Will A Motor Vehicle Collision Have Impact On Your Auto Insurance?

Following your involvement in a motor vehicle collision, your brain will likely be flooded with questions about what is going to happen next. Hopefully, you haven’t been too severely injured. For one, that is obviously going to be preferable for you and your health and your future, but it will also make things a little easier when it comes to dealing with your auto insurance company, since negotiations will be limited to the extent of damages done to all involved vehicles. However, auto accidents can leave the driver and even the passengers with a myriad of injuries, which can range from a few bruises to traumatic brain injuries. Read More

Know The Information About Unintentional Torts

Among the two types of torts – unintentional and intentional – the former is more common, since accidents tend to happen with more frequency, and a lot of accidents result from a negligent action, or generally negligent behavior. While it is rather impossible to prevent all accidents from happening, it is, fortunately, within our power to learn which steps to take in the aftermath of one. Below, we have put together a guide which sums up the basics of unintentional tort claims so you can be prepared for the future. Read More

Facts About Insurance Policy Coverage Outside of Ontario

One of the most commonly asked questions personal injury lawyers get to hear is: Will my insurance policy provide coverage outside Ontario? This is an important question to ask, especially for people who spend a lot of time in other provinces, or even the United States where many drivers are severely lacking in insurance coverage, or even drive around entirely without any coverage, due to the lack of laws surrounding minimum liability insurance. Read More

Why It Pays To Settle A Personal Injury Lawsuit Out-of-Court?

Most car insurance policies state that the policy holder will be furnished with an attorney, if he or she has been found at-fault for a certain motor vehicle accident. That lawyer will be at the policy holder’s side during the negotiations and, if necessary, during any scheduled trial. Still, few insurance companies like to see any case taken to court. Insurers understand why it pays to settle a personal injury lawsuit, instead of going to court. Read More