PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER WITH OFFICES IN WHITBY, OSHAWA, AJAX, PICKERING, DURHAM & TORONTO

If you or a family member have experienced an injury, finding the right personal injury lawyer is key to getting your life back on track. We know the process and the options can be intimidating, that's why our legal representation helps you through every step. “Being an injury and disability lawyer is an emotional job because of all the heartache and tragedy that you see.  You often see people who are on th ...

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My Disability Claim Was Denied: What’s Next?

Suffering with a disability that renders you unable to work is tough. When you’ve been denied a disability claim, that can make the stress seem more insurmountable. That being said, you do have options even after your claim has been denied. Just because your claim is denied, doesn’t mean you don’t have any farther right to benefits. 1) Find out why If you decide to dispute the claim, you’ll need to find out ...

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Questions You Should Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer

Whether you have been injured from a car accident, a work injury, or a slip in fall, you do have the right to take legal action and seek compensation for your injuries. Finding the right lawyer for your claim is the most important. Be sure your personal injury lawyer is with you every step of the way. Seek consultation with an attorney right away following your injury as there often laws about how soon a cl ...

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Do I Have Grounds for a Personal Injury Claim?

There is no doubt that you have sustained an injury. What remains to be determined is whether another party is responsible for that injury. Your best bet is to secure a personal injury lawyer who can help you determine if there are grounds for filing a suit, and what form that suit will take. Evaluating the Sequence of Events Lawyers who handle injury cases understand the need to understand the specifics of ...

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I’ve Been Diagnosed With PTSD: What’s Next?

In the days, weeks and months since you sustained an injury in a car accident, boating mishap, or worse a case of abuse, something has changed. It’s not just the physical recovery that is at play. You notice a change in temperament, unreasonable fear of being in certain places or situations, and a sense of isolation from others. You also find that you keep reliving the events surrounding the injury over and ...

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Who’s to Blame for a Single Car Accident?

People commonly assume that a single-car accident is always the fault of the person behind the wheel. Although this is certainly true in many situations, it isn’t always the case. In fact, there are several situations in which the driver may not be to blame at all. If your single-car accident was the result of any of the following scenarios, contact car accident lawyers today to discuss your options. #1 – T ...

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I Lent Out My Car and It Was Involved in a Collision: What’s Next?

All throughout Canada, people find themselves wondering what they should do when their borrowed vehicles are involved in accidents. If you lent your car to a friend or family member and it was involved in a collision, you should first call car accident lawyers to help you with your claim. Here are some things you should expect should you find yourself in this predicament. Who Is Responsible for the Car?  Th ...

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Surviving the Worst Season For Personal Injuries

It’s true that personal injuries can take place any time of the year. Even so, winter offers a wide range of opportunities to sustain some type of injury at work, or even while out doing a little shopping. While merchants and employers need to do their part to keep patrons and employees safe, there are also things that individuals can do to prevent injury. Here are two key areas that need particular attenti ...

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Mental Health and Personal Injury Claims

In personal injury cases, it’s not unusual for the focus to be on the physical damage. What many people don’t understand is that the emotional toll and it’s lingering effects can be just as serious. Personal injury lawyers understand that emotional illnesses resulting from injuries are just as common and also must be addressed. Consider these examples of personal injury and how mental, as well as physical h ...

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GTA hit with 10-15cm’s from Snow Squall (December 15, 2016)

The GTA was hit with snow squalls today and approximately 10-15cm's of snow.  Environment Canada warned people not to drive if they didn't have to as a result of whiteout conditions. In the course of my practice as a personal injury lawyer, I often have to deal with injury claims involving car  accidents in bad weather. Car accidents and injuries tend to spike after winter storms and bad weather (snow, ice, ...

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Insurance Assessors – Serious Concerns Raised

When you are injured in a car accident, there are usually two parts to your claim - (1) an accident benefits claim; and (2) a claim against the other driver (which is secretly defended by the other driver's insurer).  Both of those companies have the right to not listen to treating doctors and to, instead, hand-pick medical doctors, pay them and send you to see those doctors for opinions.  Many insurer's ha ...

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