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

Debunking The Myths And Misconceptions Surrounding Personal Injury Law

The status of a celebrity is glamorized, the life of a doctor romanticized, and the profession of personal injury law? It is demonized. Personal injury lawyers are called greedy and selfish. In reality, things are far different.In order to portray the reality of personal injury law, we have selected the three most common myths and misconceptions so we can debunk them and show you what it truly means to be a personal injury lawyer. Read More

Obtaining Disability Benefits For Multiple Sclerosis(MS)

MS, which is short for Multiple Sclerosis, comes with a whole set of symptoms. The majority of these symptoms is likely to negatively impact your ability to work, and can force you into a position where you are no longer capable of performing the basic duties of your job. As a result, you may be left with only one option: filing a claim for long- or short-term disability benefits. However, since insurance companies are businesses run by greedy people, you may find your claim denied. So, what then? Read More

Why Opt For Mediation In Personal Injury Claim?

Following an accident, the party found liable will be obliged to pay compensation for the injured party’s damages. In the vast majority of cases, the liable party’s insurance company also referred to as the defendant, will be the ones to cover these reimbursements. The purpose of this financial compensation is to support the injured and their family in their efforts to get back to their lives as they were prior to the accident. Most of the plaintiffs hire a Personal Injury Lawyer in Milton to negotiate and settle the claim on their behalf. This ensures that the accident victim is not pressurized to accept a low amount as compensation. Read More