Cyclist Injuries and Legal Help
Jan22

Cyclist Injuries and Legal Help

As a cyclist in Toronto the potential for injury seems to be increasing on a daily basis. In 2011 we had 2 cyclists killed on Toronto roads, 2012 saw 3 deaths, and in 2013 4 cyclists were killed. These stats don’t include any cyclist injuries either. Clearly there is a growing trend that needs to be addressed. What can be done for cyclist safety in 2015? Share The Road is a cycling coalition in Toronto who has some great tips on...

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Snowmobile Accident
Jan20

Snowmobile Accident

Snowmobiling in Ontario is a big business. There are currently over 30,000 km of snowmobile trails in Ontario alone. In 2013 OFSC (Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs) was able to sell close to 42,000 early trail permits with thousands more sold during the rest of the season. The trails are all professionally groomed, staked, patrolled, and even properly marked with signage. Even with all this preparation accidents occur fairly...

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Snow Storms and Sidewalk Slip Injury
Nov20

Snow Storms and Sidewalk Slip Injury

What is your responsibility when it comes to clearing the sidewalk in front of your home? This very much depends on where you live. Ontario municipalities all have different bylaws that dictate whether it is the cities responsibility or the homeowners. If you’re living in Hamilton, Kitchener, Windsor, or maybe Waterloo the responsibility is on the home or business owner. Your section of sidewalk should be cleared within 12 hours of...

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Bicycle Accident
Nov07

Bicycle Accident

If you have been injured in a bicycle accident and think you may have a claim, call us toll free at 1-866-6121 or contact us online for a free consultation. What should I do if I have a bicycle accident? Bicycle accidents can result in serious injuries and damages, and therefore should be taken seriously too. A bicycle is considered a vehicle under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act (HTA). Which means if you are cycling in Ontario, you...

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Job Site Accidents
Aug28

Job Site Accidents

As a worker here in Ontario: You Have The Right To Know About Any Dangers Your employer is responsible for telling you about hazardous materials or equipment that is used in your workplace. In addition it is important that you receive training before using any dangerous materials or equipment to prevent job site accidents. You Have The Right To Help Or Participate In making The Workplace Safe As an employee on the front lines...

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Construction Accidents
Aug28

Construction Accidents

Construction workers are essential in building our very country from the ground up, yet they are exposed to some of the most dangerous working conditioner. We are proud to represent the families and the very people who put their safety on the line day in and day out. Representing construction accident victims is an incredibly important undertaking and we ensure you receive Canada’s most specialized and experienced law firm. All the...

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