When injured from public transit vehicle accidents or passenger attacks, some avenues may exist to help recover expenses and loss of wages.
It's pothole season. Here are a few things to know if you want to seek compensation from a municipality in Ontario for property damage or personal injury arising out of a road being in disrepair.
In Ontario, generally you have a two-year time limit to sue someone with respect to a personal injury lawsuit. Depending on the facts of your case, however, you may still launch your lawsuit after two years from when you were injured. Here are some situations where such a claim may survive.
Are you watching out for these potential slip, trip and fall accident scenarios during the holiday party season? Be safe and enjoy that party without incident.
Proactive steps to take to try to ward off a drug or alcohol-related motor vehicle tragedy.
Are you liable and covered if someone drives your car and gets into an accident? Here are some factors that may be considered in assessing liability and auto insurance coverage.
Tips for homeowners to prevent an injury from occurring in and around their swimming pool, as well as what to do upon a personal injury accident.
Can employees be sued in addition to their employer? Read why employees are added as defendants in personal injury cases.
Short explanation of what contributory negligence is, and what happens if a court in Ontario cannot determine the degree of liability between parties.