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Will Davidson LLP hosting seminar on diversified litigation

Toronto personal injury law firm Will Davidson LLP is hosting in September its Diversified Litigation Series Seminar, says partner Paul Cahill . It's the second conference ... Read more

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Electric boats, docks blamed for increase in water-shock drowning

By Alison Burrison and Nicole Fielding, summer student Electric Shock Drowning (ESD) is the all-encompassing term for water-shock injuries or fatalities. ESD occurs in the ... Read more

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Daya launching lawsuits against nightclub security

Toronto personal injury lawyer Jasmine Daya says she's putting the final touches on two separate lawsuits involving nightclub security teams who allegedly used excessive force ... Read more

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Active supervision a must at summer pool parties

Pool parties are a fun summer activity, but those hosting need to keep a vigilant eye out and take precautions to ensure everyone is safe, personal injury lawyer Gino Paciocco ... Read more

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Minimum wage hike could end up harming workers: Marshall

Legislation that will see minimum wage in Ontario jump to $15 per hour is a politically motivated initiative that will ultimately hurt the workers themselves, says Toronto ... Read more

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Get legal advice quickly in boating mishaps: Rastin

Busy Ontario waterways can be fraught with danger and if an accident occurs, victims should seek counsel as soon as possible, says Barrie area personal injury lawyer  Steve ... Read more

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Social media not so private in personal injury litigation

Personal injury litigants should be prepared to open up their social media profiles to scrutiny from defendants, Kitchener litigation lawyer  Graham Bennett  tells  ... Read more

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Delayed diagnosis and the right to sue

By Josh Nisker As a general rule, injured people are required to sue within two years of the date of the incident giving rise to their lawsuit. This two year ... Read more

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Contingency fees are critical for access to justice

The pending review by the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) must consider the impact that restricting contingency fees will have on both lawyers’ ability to earn a living ... Read more

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Fines not acceptable penalties when cars used as weapons

In many cases, a car is the weapon of choice against a cyclist — and although the consequences for the victim are far greater than if they had been attacked by some other ... Read more

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Courts may look more favourably on future surrogacy costs: Derfel

A British Columbia court’s award for future surrogacy costs may encourage Canadian courts to consider such claims more favourably in the future, says Toronto personal ... Read more

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Contingency fee agreements need simple, standardized model

A simple, standardized agreement for contingency fees would be a welcome development, as this type of model will increase accessibility for all clients and consumers, Toronto ... Read more

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Know the risks before playing football

Young athletes and their parents should make fully informed decisions about participation in contact sports, says Toronto critical injury lawyer  John McLeish .  A ... Read more

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Don't cut lawyers out of accident benefits system

Removing lawyers from the accident benefits system would be bad for injured victims, says Ottawa personal injury lawyer  Najma Rashid . In his recent report on ... Read more

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Cyclist safety is everyone's business: Cahill

Common sense and calmness are important in the relationship between motorists and cyclists, says Toronto personal injury lawyer  Paul Cahill . Following traffic rules, ... Read more

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Law schools need to ensure health, wellness of future lawyers

Although the legal profession is finally opening up about mental health and addiction issues and making positive strides, many law schools in this country continue to lag in this ... Read more

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Exclusion clauses in LTD policies

By Salvatore Shaw and Nicole Fielding , summer student Long-term disability (LTD) coverage is designed to provide individuals suffering from long term disabilities with a ... Read more

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Guelph dental clinic facing class-action suit: Gary Will

A Guelph dental office should be held accountable for alleged harm to some of its patients, Toronto personal injury lawyer Gary Will tells CTV News . Will, managing partner ... Read more

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Contingency fees should be simple and standard: Spurgeon

After making changes to referral fees and advertising, the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) is turning its attention to contingency fees, says Hamilton personal injury ... Read more

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Brown: cycle licensing would be a 'cash grab'

The provincial government should steer clear of cycle licences, Toronto critical injury lawyer and safety advocate  Patrick Brown  tells AdvocateDaily.com . A recent ... Read more

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