Prominent Insurance Company Accused of Denying Auto Insurance to Brampton Residents
According to this article
from an online insurance publication, Medha Joshi, a former agency manager for an Allstate in Milton, said she was terminated after she confronted supervisors about an unwritten managerial directive to stop offering auto insurance policies in Brampton.
Spotlight: I just got into a car accident: What do I do now?
Getting into a car accident is scary stuff. It’s something you never expect, is often out of your control and can be completely overwhelming when it happens.
Is Your Case Really Free Or Is That Only If You Win?
I’m going to bet that you’ve seen ads on television with lawyers loudly proclaiming that you won’t pay a dime unless you win your injury claim or action.
Lawyers, judges owe duties to self-reps
Judges and lawyers have significant obligations to self-represented parties in court, Toronto senior litigation lawyer Jeffrey Silver
Executive Chair Appointed to Lead Tribunals Ontario
The Honourable Caroline Mulroney, Attorney General for Ontario, has announced the appointment of an Executive Chair to lead Tribunals Ontario, effective January 1, 2019.
What Will It Take To Stop Impaired Driving?
The holiday season always brings a heightened awareness about the risks of impaired driving, and this year is no exception. Earlier this week, the federal government brought into force stricter impaired driving laws
(Bill C-46) that give police officers more power to catch drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and impose stricter penalties on convicted impaired drivers.
Safety program for semi drivers ‘sitting on a shelf somewhere gathering dust’: author
Trucking experts say there’s a simple way to prevent some of the 2,000 highway deaths in Canada each year, but the federal government is allowing that solution to gather dust on a shelf.
There are those who are involved in accidents that result in injuries that you can’t really see. These are injuries that are more psychiatric in nature.