With by far the largest provincial population, four great lakes on our southern and southeast borders, as well thousands of rivers and lakes, it’s little wonder that Ontario households have the greatest recreational boat ownership rate of all Canadian provinces. In fact, some reports suggest that more than 40% of all Ontario households own at least one boat.
Long Term Disability Denial Lawyer Steven Polak discusses typical fees for Long Term Disability denial lawsuits against insurance companies like Sunlife, Manulife, Great West Life, TD, Industrial Alliance, Desjardins, and others.
If you have been injured by a defective product in Ontario through no fault of your own, you have the right through product liability laws to seek compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, and any related losses, such as income. However, the legal system puts the onus on the victim to prove that the product’s design or manufacture was defective in a manner that was unreasonably dangerous to the consumer and/or his property. Liability can also be established if the victim can prove that potential dangers relating to use of the product were not adequately expressed to the consumer (known as “failure to warn”).
Long Term Disability Denial Lawyer in Whitby discusses how Long Term disability claims work with a video explainer of lawsuits, claims, denials by insurance companies like Manulife, Great West Life, Industrial Alliance, The Personal, Desjardins, Sunlife and others. Relevant to people with long term disability denial claims who are interested in how the lawsuit procedure and claims process works, with psychological illness, chronic pain, concussion and brain injury or physical injury claims
Canadian Lawyer Magazine has, for 2021, again ranked Lerners LLP among its Top 10 Regional Law Firms (Lerners placed 5th)
Ontario's Government will be bringing in new rules for personal injury lawyer contingency fee agreements on July 1, 2021. This will affect car accident injury victims, those who have been denied long term disability benefits and other injury victims.
On December 8, 2020, Ontario's government introduced a new law that sets a 60 day deadline to provide notice after a slip and fall injury on ice or snow on private property.