Careful what you wish for when it comes to private insurance
Imagine a land where drivers pay 55 per cent more for auto insurance than other drivers in Canada, a land where an insurance company may not cover you because of the city you live in, a land where your automobile insurance premiums isn’t based on your driving record but your postal code.
Slip-and-slide car accidents: When to tell your insurance and how to negotiate
It’s slip-and-slide season in Canada. Much of the country is covered in ice and snow and facing negative double-digit temperatures — it’s the kind of weather in which even snow plows occasionally find themselves drifting.
Can My Employer Make Me Pay for a Car Accident?
If you’ve caused a car accident while on the job, you may be wondering who is responsible for any damages or injuries that you, other drivers or pedestrians sustained. Learn about your rights in this situation, as well as the circumstances that could put you at fault.
The Civil Trial in Ontario: The Culture Shift from the “Sport of Kings” Towards the “One Judge Model”
The Conundrum of the Difficult Client
In the years that passed, hundreds, maybe thousands, of people have gotten in touch with me for legal information about their family law disputes. Unless I’m drowning in deadlines, I always took – and continue to take – the time to talk or write to them and shine some light into the murky depths of family law.