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$1 Million Reduction in Auto Insurance Benefits for those Most Seriously Injured In 2016,  there were major changes to how those with the most serious of injuries, those who have been catastrophically impaired, are treated under the no-fault accident benefits system in...

Despite the numerous erosions over the last few years in statutory accident benefits – the ‘no-fault’ benefits your own insurance company must provide to you after an accident – injured accident victims in Ontario should be simultaneously alarmed at the termination of their most...

Our courts expect witnesses to tell the truth, but the reality is disturbingly different...

One of the many ways social media is having an impact on the law.

Even City Council is trying to figure out how to deal with the new ride-sharing service, Uber.

Pretty big changes related to workplace sexual harassment. The removal of the limitation period is especially notable.

It seems as though the new bridge has crossed another legal hurdle.

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It's that time of year again! http://windsorstar.com/news/local-news/health-unit-kicks-off-its-annual-flu-shot-awareness-campaign

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Personal injury has a lasting impact on your success in life. When injured, you are unable to function at your peak. Work that could be available falls by the wayside, experiences with your family cease to happen and slowly and steadily your life falls into a state of disrepair. It can be excused or rationalized, but this impact constitutes “personal injury” and the party responsible for causing it can be sued for monetary damages to your personal welfare.

Your health is critical to your well-being and your quality of life. If you have suffered a personal injury, the simple tasks of day-to-day living can feel next to impossible. The things you used to take for granted are suddenly very difficult because of injury and pain. Read More

Texting and driving, and leaving space for cyclists are the targets of new changes to Ontario's road laws. Read More

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