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The Implications of signing a Liability Waiver for your Personal Injury Claim
Oct 07, 2015

Engaging in physical activities after having voluntarily signed a waiver absolving an organization or person of any liability can make it difficult to file a personal injury claim in the event of an injury. .. Read more

Insurers Continue Effort to Deprive Accident Victim of Legitimate Interest Owed Even After Losing Trial
Sep 11, 2015

Personal injury cases can be a very complex process. They do not always end at the conclusion of the trial phase and it is important to understand some of the issues involved in successfully claiming for damages awarded.. Read more

Limitation Period in Challenging Your Insurer's Refusal of Benefits
Aug 25, 2015

All insurance policies have rules and guidelines for making claims and challenging a refusal of benefits. Understanding these rules and guidelines is very important... Read more

Amusement Park Ride Negligence
Aug 20, 2015

What happens when an amusement park becomes the cause of personal injury to customers?.. Read more

Alleged accounting errors cause Slater and Gordon's share price to plummet, ASIC to investigate
Aug 01, 2015

Slater and Gordon's share price plunges as the law firm is undergoing investigation due to errors in its financial statements for UK business... Read more

Judge critical of defence counsel for conduct of trial results in failure to order costs.
Jul 29, 2015

Trial judge denied defence counsel $100,000 in costs due to counsel misconduct.. Read more

Retaining expert witness previously employed by opposing party
Jul 24, 2015

Court allows expert witness that was previously employed by opposing party... Read more

Updating your insurance contract
Jul 21, 2015

Insured persons must report changes in their policy details to insurer to keep insurance contract valid.. Read more

Liability of Previous Owner of Road
May 29, 2015

The transfer of road jurisdiction to the town of Tweed does not absolve the original road owner, the County of Hastings, of responsibility in a car accident resulting from improper road construction... Read more

The Scope of an Expert Witness' Testimony
Apr 11, 2015

There are rules governing just how much an expert witnesses’ testimony can cover. Here we take a look at how this was decided in a case involving a slip and fall and its ensuing traumatic brain injury... Read more

Administrative Dismissals
Apr 03, 2015

Inaction, missed time requirements and poor management can all hurt your chance at receiving compensation when your claim is dismissed. Learn how this can happen to you and what you can do to prevent or deal with it... Read more

Are you being watched?
Jan 19, 2015

Staying honest about your injuries is one of the best ways to be on sure footing with your claim. Don't let surveillance be your worst enemy... Read more

Necessity and costs of Expert Witnesses
Aug 09, 2014

Here we take a look at the necessity and validity of expert witnesses, how the cost structuring is changing and how it impacts your case and your pocket... Read more

What to Expect from your First Meeting
Feb 17, 2014

Get an idea of how we start you on the road to recovery... Read more

Landlord Negligence
Jan 31, 2014

Landlords have implicit responsibility for the safety of their tenants with regard to the upkeep of their individual apartments and all common areas... Read more

How Social Networking Can Affect Your Case
Nov 06, 2013

Social media has become a huge part of our lives but we do not realize this comes with its own risks. With the use of search engines, information gathered about you online can be used in favour of you or against you... Read more

Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) Successfully Challenged
May 20, 2013

MIG is the approved process for the treatment and care of minor injuries. If you have any injury that falls under MIG criteria, you must consult a Minor Injury Lawyer to ensure that you gain the benefits that you deserve... Read more