‘Most drivers’ stopped by police will likely be tested for drunk driving: RCMP
Police officers in Canada who lawfully pull over a driver no longer need reasonable grounds to demand a sample of their breath.
Courts moving toward test for social media production in PI cases
A recent decision shows that courts are moving toward articulating a test for social media production in personal injury matters, but there still isn’t much consistency when it comes to the factors being considered, London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent
tells Law Times.
Tories cut cultural funding, revamp tribunals in scramble for savings
Tories are melding the environment and land tribunals, the social justice tribunals and the safety, licensing appeals and standards tribunals “into a single cluster named Tribunals Ontario,” according to an internal Ministry of the Attorney General memo.
Millennials are taking over the Canadian insurance industry, outnumbering boomers as the largest demographic cohort in the P&C sector and making up 39% of the industry’s workforce, which is a higher percentage than the general Canadian labour force, according to recent studies
from the Insurance Institute of Canada (IIC).
Which Canadian community has the lowest vehicle collision rate?
A community in northern Ontario ranks as the safest for drivers in Canada, with an average vehicle collision rate of 3.8%, according to data from the Allstate Insurance Company of Canada
Brain injury and Depression
Brain injuries are incredibly diverse: some cause life-changing physical responses such as paralysis or speech impairment; others result in emotional symptoms like depression and anxiety. Indeed, a growing body of research establishes a strong link between brain injury and increased risk of suicide
, a link that every brain injury lawyer
should consider as they pursue compensation for their clients.