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Bill 15 in Ontario – The good and the bad re: personal injury law

On July 15, 2014, Bill 15 was carried through first reading in Ontario's legislative assembly.  It is not law yet, but the bill appears to have the strong support of the government and so it seems likely that it will eventually be passed.  The bill itself, and its legislative status, can be found at: http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/bills/bills_detail.do?locale=en&BillID=3007&detailPage=bills_detail_statu ...

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Making a Personal Injury Claim – Step-by-step

Nobody plans to get injured in an accident so when it comes to making a personal injury claim it's unknown territory. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind and can prepare you when the unfortunate strikes. Get immediate medical treatment – The full extent of injuries do not always present themselves until days or weeks later and proper treatment and diagnosis can be difficult after the fac ...

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Information Links

Information Links Government Links Financial Services Commission of Ontario Government of Ontario Ministry of Transportation Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Ontario Ministry of Health & Long Term Care Legal Associations Law Society of Upper Canada Health Associations Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario Ontario Brain Injury Association Ontario Injury Victims Alliance If you or someone you know h ...

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Ten Things To Do After A Car Accident

Immediately after a car accident people are shaken up, scared, perhaps in shock and they are not thinking rationally. In some cases people fail to document important information at the scene and afterwards and fail to take steps that will protect their interests going forward. Below, please find 10 helpful things that you can do after a car accident, which may assist you if you are required to launch a laws ...

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Injured by an Unidentified/Uninsured Car – What Do I Do?

A car accident can be a traumatic event. However, when the at-fault driver speeds off after the accident, or you find out that the driver is not insured, that can make you even more nervous and confused about your rights. People often wonder whether they have a right to any accident benefits and whether they have a right to recover for pain and suffering, future losses and other damages that are often claim ...

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