FAIR (Fair Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform)
Better simplified procedure needed in civil courts
Parties’ right to a jury trial is standing in the way of an effective simplified procedure in civil courts, according to the president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.
Slow down because speed kills, police tell drivers in new Toronto campaign
The campaign is designed to protect what police call vulnerable road users. That means all pedestrians, but especially school children and older adults, as well cyclists and motorcyclists. All of these groups of people are most at risk when a crash occurs.
Aviva Canada CEO calls for regulation overhaul
Collecting evidence covertly is useless if not defensible in court
“You have to be able to defend your actions in a court of law, an arbitration, or wherever else it might end up being used,” he says. “You have to always think in those terms because if you can’t defend it, and the evidence is thrown out because it was collected improperly, then it’s a waste of everyone’s time and money.”
How common are “snooping” privacy breaches?
When it comes to privacy breaches in the healthcare sector, “snooping” is definitely a concern. Snooping, or unauthorized access, breaches occur when an employee (such as a hospital worker) has access to identifiable information and abuses their authority to look at electronic health records of friends, family or co-workers.
Why you shouldn’t rely on the kindness of strangers when selling your vehicle yourself
Langan also struck out when he asked his insurance company to cover the loss. Since the car had been paid for and transferred to a new owner, it was no longer his vehicle, he was told.