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CBC Radio show with guest lawyer Steven Polak (Underage drinking permitted by parents) June  20, 2018

CBC Radio show with guest lawyer Steven Polak (Underage drinking permitted by parents) June 20, 2018

A CBC Radio Show (Ontario Today) exploring issues surrounding parents who permit underage drinking in their homes and at parties. Click here for link: CBC Radio (Ontario Today) sho ...

Long Term Disability Denial?  A Lawyer’s perspective

Long Term Disability Denial? A Lawyer’s perspective

By their very nature, corporations are soul-less, heart-less entities (they exist only as legally created entities). Decisions often appear to be dictated by targets, time-lines an ...

Discussing plaintiff car accident injury law defeats and what it can teach us

Discussing plaintiff car accident injury law defeats and what it can teach us

This article discusses a recent Court decision and the dangers that injured plaintiffs must consider and be aware of when seeking compensation for their injuries and damages. Too o ...

Brain Injury Decision-Glasgow Outcome Scale (car accident/catastrophic injury/benefits)

Brain Injury Decision-Glasgow Outcome Scale (car accident/catastrophic injury/benefits)

On January 12, 2018 the License Appeal Tribunal released its decision in A.K. and State Farm Insurance Company. The decision can be found here: CLICK HERE FOR DECISION In that case ...

Canadian Lawyer Magazine rankings for 2017: top ten Ontario regional Firms

Canadian Lawyer Magazine rankings for 2017: top ten Ontario regional Firms

On September 5, 2017 Canadian Lawyer Magazine released their annual lawyer ranking of the top ten regional Ontario Law firms see: http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/author/mallory-he ...

ODSP and OW exemptions: Major Changes to interplay with car accident and personal injury awards

ODSP and OW exemptions: Major Changes to interplay with car accident and personal injury awards

Recently released legislation appears to have made major changes to the law regarding ODSP and OW exemption limits for car accident and personal injury cases.  These changes appear ...

Woman who spills hot coffee on herself at McDonalds drive-through entitled to accident benefits

Woman who spills hot coffee on herself at McDonalds drive-through entitled to accident benefits

On July 24, 2017, Ontario’s Court of Appeal decided the case of Dittman v. Aviva.  The issue was whether a woman who was burned while buying hot coffee from a drive-through at McDo ...

CBC Radio show with guest lawyer Steven Polak (Underage drinking permitted by parents) June 20, 2018

A CBC Radio Show (Ontario Today) exploring issues surrounding parents who permit underage drinking in their homes and at parties. Click here for link: CBC Radio (Ontario Today) show on parents permitting underage drinking Ontario Today with Rita Celli Wonder what your neighbour thinks about the hot issues of the day? Smart, tough and friendly, journalist Rita Celli dares to ask. Open line radio that is down ...

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Are alligators safer than gorillas at law? Or just how powerful is the Disney brand?

During the past few weeks we have seen a very powerful demonstration of the strength of the Disney brand and the importance of image when we compare two separate tragic incidents. In the first incident, we have a mother take a child to the zoo and when a rambunctious young child crawled under a gate and into a gorilla area.  The gorilla had to be shot to save the child.  There was an outcry among some membe ...

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My Disability Insurer’s Doctor says I can work and cut off my long term disability benefits

Long term disability insurance companies such as Manulife, Sunlife, Great West Life, Desjardins and others will often consult with physicians when determining whether or not an insured should be paid short or long term disability benefits. People are often surprised by the process, the results and the comments made by those physicians.  The first thing that often surprises people is the use of medical consu ...

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February 5, 2014 Snowfall results in multiple car accidents and injuries

Snow, blowing snow and adverse weather conditions are contributing to deteriorating driving conditions.  The OPP is reportedly dealing with one car accident per minute at present and numerous injuries have been reported.  Constable Clint Stibbe of the Toronto police traffic services division tweeted around 11 a.m. that drivers should consider staying off of the roads if possible. The snowfall comes on top o ...

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