Make the simplified rules meaningful
Rule 76 of the Rules of Civil Procedure was introduced to impose a mandatory simplified process for actions of comparatively modest monetary value, which exceed the jurisdiction of Small Claims Court. Initially, the monetary limit was $25,000. As the monetary jurisdiction of the Small Claims Court increased over time to $10,000 and then to $25,000, the monetary limits of the simplified procedure were similarly increased to $50,000 and then to the current limit of $100,000.
Helping you and your doctor resolve your concern without the need for a lengthy investigation
When the CPSO receives a complaint, we always review it carefully before deciding how to proceed. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is one complaint resolution option.
Healing with Music Therapy after Brain Injury
I presented myself at the front door of my new singing student’s home, I had no idea what a sweeping change would come over my life, once that door was opened. The gentleman seeking lessons was a kind man, eager to sing, as an artistic outlet to help him cope with the challenges he was now facing.
Brain injury among the most catastrophic car accident injuries
Acquired brain injury refers to a brain injury sustained after birth. More than 1.5 million Canadians currently live with acquired brain injury.