Personal Injury

Highlights

  • Good Samaritan laws provide legal protection for volunteer rescuers in emergency situations. They’re meant as a way to encourage others — including those who aren’t health-care professionals — to act ...read more »
  • If you need a lawyer, you should be aware of what a good one can do for you. They will carefully review your legal issue and consider all the options that are available to you. Once you have decided ...read more »
  • The short answer is: absolutely. If you’ve been assaulted, you can press criminal charges and sue your antagonist for any injuries you’ve suffered.read more »

Most Recent

  • Sexual assault is a unique and shockingly widespread criminal problem in Canada. The victims are predominantly female and their attackers rarely suffer any consequences, since only six per cent of ...read more »
  • Elder abuse is violence, neglect, or mistreatment of older adults at the hands of their spouses, children, other family members, caregivers, service providers, or other individuals in situations of ...read more »
  • Since 2000, more than 1.6 million automobile collisions have occurred on Canada’s roads and highways, nearly 400 each day. In 2012 alone, over 160,000 Canadians were injured or killed as a result.read more »
  • Many lawsuits and criminal cases hinge on the concept of “negligence.” It’s especially common in personal injury law, since one party is claiming that another did — or didn’t do — something that ...read more »
  • If you need a lawyer, you should be aware of what a good one can do for you. They will carefully review your legal issue and consider all the options that are available to you. Once you have decided ...read more »
  • Good Samaritan laws provide legal protection for volunteer rescuers in emergency situations. They’re meant as a way to encourage others — including those who aren’t health-care professionals — to act ...read more »
  • Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviour by one person to gain control over their romantic partner or ex-partner. Both men and women also suffer domestic violence. It can also occur in same-sex ...read more »
  • Drinking opens the door to a wide range of legal liability issues. Impaired driving is the leading cause of criminal death in Canada, and many other alcohol-related incidents can lead to a lawsuit.read more »
  • Slip-and-fall accidents are one of the leading causes of serious injuries in Canada. It’s the most common workplace injury, injuring around 60,000 workers each year according to Statistics Canada. So ...read more »
  • Personal injury lawsuits cover more than just physical injuries. You can also file lawsuits if you’ve contracted a sickness or disease or suffered psychological or emotional trauma.read more »