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Private member's bill seeks to cap contingency fees

An Ontario private member's bill seeking to cap contingency fees would force some lawyers to revert to an hourly rate, Toronto personal injury lawyer Darryl Singer tells The ... Read more

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Gary Will to share insights on pharma litigation with LLM students

On March 24, Toronto personal injury lawyer  Gary Will  is set to share his expertise on pharmaceutical litigation and waiver of tort with Osgoode Hall Law School ... Read more

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I had a slip-and-fall at a grocery store: can I sue?

By Josh Nisker  and Patrick Sinclair, articling student For most Ontarians, trips to the grocery store are part of our everyday routine. With the amount of time we spend ... Read more

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Surveillance a reality in most personal injury cases: Paciocco

A sudden feeling of being followed or watched may not be paranoia for injured people fighting insurance cases, says Windsor personal injury lawyer  Gino Paciocco . ... Read more

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Gary Will to present at Osgoode fire and property loss claims program

Toronto personal injury lawyer  Gary Will  is set to share his insights on aggravated and punitive damage awards in fire and property loss cases as part of the upcoming ... Read more

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Clients not impacted by law society cap on referral fees

Although the Law Society of Upper Canada recently announced plans to cap lawyer referral fees, this will have no impact on clients or the fees that they pay their counsel, Toronto ... Read more

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Auto insurance upgrades worth the cost: Mahabir

Ontarians shouldn’t think twice about upgrading their auto insurance after cuts to coverage levels, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Jessica B. Mahabir . Mahabir, a ... Read more

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A year of the LAT: The downside

A year on from the launch of the Licence Appeals Tribunal (LAT) process for accident benefits matters, Ottawa personal injury lawyer Najma Rashid  has mixed opinions on what ... Read more

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Concussion awareness essential to prevention, treatment

Concussion awareness has come a long way but it’s still important to take careful safety precautions and seek immediate medical attention if concussion symptoms are ... Read more

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Gary Will to speak at OTLA 'Working With the Jury" program

Toronto personal injury lawyer  Gary Will is set to share his insights on working with juries as part of an upcoming webinar, presented by the Ontario Trial Lawyers ... Read more

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McLeish Orlando LLP exhibiting at Toronto Motorcycle Spring Show

Toronto critical injury law firm McLeish Orlando LLP will be exhibiting at the Toronto Motorcycle Spring Show in Mississauga later this month. The firm will be speaking to ... Read more

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Civility is about placing client's interests first

Practising law with civility is the most effective way to represent clients, says Toronto critical injury lawyer Rikin Morzaria . Maintaining composure and acting in a way ... Read more

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Rising incidents of 'dooring' collisions alarming: Brown

New data that suggests   cyclist “dooring” collisions are on the rise in Toronto is extremely troubling, says Toronto critical injury lawyer Patrick Brown . ... Read more

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Gary Will: guiding a historic firm toward emerging opportunities

Guiding a long-established firm that is experiencing unprecedented growth as its centenary approaches, Toronto personal injury lawyer Gary Will draws on his organization’s ... Read more

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Expert witness reports face procedural scrutiny

Expert witnesses should be aware of some of the time constraints and procedural issues that could impact their testimony, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Paul Cahill . ... Read more

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Concussion blood test could make waves in treatment, recovery

A new blood test developed in London, Ont. that claims to show with 90 per cent accuracy whether a concussion has occurred could become a significant tool for health ... Read more

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Rastin aims to be accident victims' knight in shining armour

The code of chivalry dates to the Middle Ages but Barrie personal injury lawyer Steve Rastin , who has a bachelor’s degree in medieval studies from the University of ... Read more

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Help available for lawyers overcoming addiction

Depression, anxiety and addiction to prescription drugs are a real and urgent problem for lawyers, who are three times more likely to suffer from these issues than the general ... Read more

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Vehicle defects leave drivers, passengers vulnerable

Global economic pressure to continuously compete and produce new vehicles has led to more auto defects and recalls, raising questions about whether drivers are adequately ... Read more

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David Morin: offering high-calibre advocacy away from the big city

Huntsville insurance and personal injury lawyer David Morin is part of a Bay Street law firm operating on the edge of a peaceful lake in central Muskoka. “The ... Read more

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