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

Chronic Pain And Personal Injury Claims

Following an accident that left you injured, you may be experiencing chronic pain, and while your injury may entitle you to some form of compensation, it can be difficult to obtain compensation for pain. This is because pain is impossible to measure and difficult to physically prove, which makes it highly difficult to establish a basis for a personal injury claim.However, the best way to start the road towards compensation is by seeking out an experienced Personal Injury Lawyer in Kitchener who can assist you every step of the way. Start by taking advantage of the generally offered free consultation session during which you can assess your options moving forward. Afterward, you can begin taking legal action. Read More

How To Deal With Insurance Adjusters Following A Motor Vehicle Accident

Regardless of the severity of your involvement in a car accident, if you have been injured, you will automatically be obligated to report to your car insurer. This is because, in Ontario as well as other provinces, your car insurer owes you benefits as stated in your insurance policy. And they can also hold you accountable if they find out you have been involved in an accident and didn’t report to them. Read More

How The Legalization of Marijuana Could Impact Accident Benefits

While Canada has passed a bill to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in the early 2000s, some provinces have also legalized marijuana in terms of recreational usage. The legalization of recreation marijuana could impact a lot of other fields as well, but in terms of personal injury law specifically, we are wondering how it could impact the insurance coverage related to car accidents. Or rather, how insurers would most likely try to deny benefits to drivers who would be legally using marijuana. Read More