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  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education

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April 29, 2019

Supreme Court to consider insurer’s medical examiner defamation suit against lawyer

A $15-million defamation lawsuit by a doctor who examines accident benefits claims on behalf of auto insurers is headed to the Supreme Court of Canada. 
 
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Insurance Rates Are Rising Across Canada – Here’s Why

J.D. Power’s 2019 Canada Auto Insurance Satisfaction Study says that the national average increase for insurance rates currently sits at $298. Alberta has had the highest spike in costs at $326, followed by Ontario at $311, Atlantic Canada at $286, and Quebec at $213. 
 
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Is the homeowner responsible for an accident on his property?

Someone slipped and fell on my driveway during the winter and I don’t have home insurance. Should I be worried? 
 
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Can Stem Cells End Personal Injury Law?

As a personal injury lawyer, my clients meet me after tragedy and misfortune. Our relationship starts out after something has gone terribly wrong in their lives and they need my help. While there are many elements to my role, one of my predominant roles is securing compensation for my clients. 
 
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Unfinished business: Time for a national Pharmacare system

A 2015 survey found that “24 per cent of Ontarians reported that they or a member of their household did not take their medications as prescribed, or missed medications, due to cost.” Given that, according to the CMAJO, “drugs for mental health conditions were the most commonly reported drug class for cost-related non-adherence.” It’s clear that prescription drug cost is a major problem, not just nationally, but locally. 
 
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