Auto Insurance Rates in Ontario Will Continue To Go Up In 2019. Here’s Why.
Auto insurance rates always seem to be going up, and in Ontario, they’re going up faster than ever. In fact, premiums in the province are about 15 percent higher than in Alberta and around twice as high as they are in the maritime provinces
Who Pays for Damage in a Car – Bicycle Accident
Bicycles are back out on the roads and riding one in traffic carries risks. Drivers of cars and trucks find it hard to watch for or see cyclists. Road hazards (potholes, garbage, tracks) can make it seem that cyclists are riding erratically. Without dedicated bike lanes cyclists must ride in live traffic lanes. Even with bike lanes cyclists find cars and trucks parked in them, swerving into them, and in the end, cyclists are not adequately protected from cars entering them.
Mounting cost of expert evidence an access-to-justice issue
Despite ongoing concerns over the cost and reliability of expert evidence, its use has become a routine aspect of family law litigation, says Toronto family lawyer Gary Joseph
What does a Million Dollar Personal Injury Case look like in Ontario?
Every single client that personal injury lawyer Brian Goldfinger has met believes that his/her case is worth at the very least, $1,000,000 (if not more).
Law society disciplining lawyers more behind closed doors
Statistics show that the Law Society of Ontario’s applications to discipline lawyers or paralegals were granted 85 per cent of the time in 2018, according to a report released on May 23.
Walking without pain: How a new surgical procedure is giving hope to some amputees
After losing part of his leg as a teenager, Jason Simunic has spent more than 30 years walking with pain, due to ill-fitting prosthetic limbs that irritate his skin and cause blisters. Now he hopes those days are behind him.
Changing Perspective in Quest to Restore Cognition
I roll my chair up to my semi-tidy desk, push a notepad out of the way, open the non-fiction book I’m reading, and shift the blank white paper to cover off one page with its beautifully laid-out text. I put on my reading glasses. I reach for my iPhone to set the timer so that I can track my reading speed progress over time and not over-push myself. I set it for five minutes.