Plaintiffs should loosen their privacy expectations as courts fumble their way toward a test for social media production in personal injury litigation, according to a London, Ont. personal injury lawyer.
Where’s the safest place to drive in Canada? Find out in the 10th Annual Allstate Canada Safe Driving Study
MARKHAM, ON, Dec. 12, 2018 /CNW/ – After 10 years of releasing collision data information to help raise awareness of road safety issues, Allstate Insurance Company of Canada wants to help make communities even safer by asking Canadians to submit their suggestions on what could be changed or enhanced to improve safety in their community
Structured settlements helpful after ODSP changes
Suffering from a spinal cord injury or paraplegia is, unfortunately, something that many people face in their lifetime. In fact, both males and females of any age could suffer these conditions due to any type of personal injury such as a workplace accident or a car accident. This is an injury that is going to greatly affect their everyday life…in fact, it may change it drastically.
Spinal implant restores limited walking in humans with spinal cord injury
Pace makers for hearts have been common for a long time but now new research is pointing to the success of a ‘pacemaker’ for the spine. It is programmed to stimulate the muscles required to walk in the correct sequence and three patients with spinal cord injuries have had success in taking a few steps for the first time since they were injured.
David Eby: Reducing legal costs is critical to the financial health of ICBC
Recently, Ron Nairne, the incoming president of the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C., wrote in this newspaper that I was “Trump-like” for implying that the actions of lawyers were increasing the financial bleeding at ICBC. I respectfully disagree.