My Loved One Is Being Abused In A Nursing Home… What Should I Do?

Care homes are designed as places where our elderly relatives can be taken care of when they become too frail to do so themselves. They’re supposed to be safe spaces where we feel comfortable knowing that our loved one is being taken care of. Nursing homes have a standard of care that they need to… Read More…

Crucial Tips For Avoiding Bicycle Accidents In Ontario

When riding a bicycle in Ontario, it is essential that you watch for your own safety. Many accidents can happen while riding a bicycle, with the most serious being when a cyclist collides with a car. Below, we’ve summarized a few of our top tips for avoiding accidents while moving around in the Ontario area… Read More…

The Main Types of Spinal Cord Injuries

The Main Types Of Spinal Cord Injuries Spinal cord injuries can be serious and have a huge impact on the way we live our lives. The most common causes of spinal cord injuries in Ontario are injuries from car accidents, slips and falls, and sports injuries. Spinal cord injuries can be split into two different… Read More…

What You Need To Know About Ontario’s Minor Injury Guideline (MIG)

As part of the Statutory Accidents Benefits Schedule (SABS), the Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) is designed to advise on how accident victims are covered for goods and services by their insurers if their injuries fall under the MIG guidelines. Insurance companies claim the objectives of MIG are to ensure quick access to rehabilitation for those… Read More…

How Long Does It Take To Get Approved For Long-Term Disability?

  Long-term disability insurance (LTD), is monetary coverage that someone with a disability can be given to help them get by while they’re unable to work. Long-term disability requires certain qualifications and may sometimes be a lengthy process. Long Term Disability Qualifications Long-term disability insurance generally kicks in when short-term disability insurance (STD) ends anywhere… Read More…

Is It Worth Getting A Lawyer For A Car Accident?

Car accidents are incredibly common, with over 300,000 reported cases each year in Canada alone. Closer analysis of statistics show that a third of these led to some sort of injury in 2020, nearly 8,000 of which were considered serious injuries, and over 1,700 resulting in a fatality. With the frequency of motor accidents, the… Read More…

What Are The Different Types Of Spinal Cord Injuries?

A spinal cord injury is one of the most devastating injuries you could suffer. Your spinal cord is fundamental for sending signals throughout your body and allowing you to move your limbs. Injuring your spinal cord can lead to partial or complete paralysis, resulting in life-long impairments and bodily deficiencies. The Different Types Of Spinal… Read More…

Non-Earner Benefits VS Income Replacement Benefits

Accident benefits are important, which is why they are mandatory within Ontario; all insurance policies will include them. If you’ve been in a car accident that has left you unable to work or has drastically impacted you in a way that prevents you from returning to your normal life, accident benefits can help you to… Read More…

5 Delayed Injuries To Be Aware Of After An Accident

Car accidents are incredibly common; so much so that most people are likely to be in at least one minor or major car accident within their lifetime. In the city of Hamilton, there are (on average), 9,500 collisions every single year. Of these, over 18% have led to an injury or fatality. As strange as… Read More…

Why Is The Timing Of A Personal Injury Lawsuit So Important?

If you have been injured as the result of somebody else’s negligence, then you need to act quickly. We have all seen the commercials and advertisements about being entitled to a claim. What those commercials often fail to tell you is that your entitlement has a time limit. It may seem unfair that your time… Read More…