Kanetix.ca Reveals Ontario’s Most Expensive Cities for Auto Insurance
TORONTO, Feb. 26, 2019 /CNW/ – From Hamilton to Brampton, Vaughan to Whitby, drivers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) pay more for auto insurance than drivers elsewhere in the province.
Education, Unbundling, Pro Bono, Lawyer Surcharge, Judicial Intervention-What’s the Answer to Achieving A2J?
We know that too many litigants are forced to represent themselves, sometimes with some form of assistance. These are people who cannot afford a lawyer and do not qualify for legal aid. (I am concerned here with people who would prefer to have a lawyer rather than those who want to represent themselves.) They may not even become litigants, but, where they are able, give up the opportunity to seek the justice they believe they deserve.
Ontarians pay too much for auto insurance
Premier Doug Ford’s government recently announced its intention to tackle the multibillion-dollar car insurance industry. The move is critically important to Ontario’s economy.
Cannabis prescriptions are eligible medical expense, CRA confirms
The Canada Revenue Agency has confirmed that medical cannabis purchased under prescription is an allowable medical expense at tax time.
Ontario disability support rejections often overturned on appeal by provincially-funded legal clinics
Ontario’s auditor general found that last year, 21 million provincial tax dollars were spent at these clinics fighting a decision made by another branch of the provincial government.
Online Concussion Support Group
The Online Concussion Support Group welcomes you to a safe place where you can share your frustrations and struggles and connect with others who have had similar experiences.
Lawyers coaching B.C. doctors to avoid injury caps under new auto insurance rules
B.C. doctors are being coached by trial lawyers to avoid classifying motor-vehicle injuries as “minor” under new rules that, starting in April, will cap some claims.
$160,000 Non-Pecuniary Assessment for Brain Injury and Chronic Pain
In today’s case (Ranahan v. Oceguera
) the Plaintiff was involved in a 2013 rear end collision. Although faut was not formally admitted the Court found the Defendant fully liable for the crash. The Plaintiff suffered chronic injuries from the collision and in assessing non-pecuniary damages at $160,000 Mr. Justice Mayer provided the following reasons