How A Resident of Ontario Can Claim Negligence By An Opposing Party?

The law does not hand to those that have sustained an accidental injury the ability to file one of two types of claims, so that the same injured victim can gain a sense of revenge. Instead, the claims filed by various victims are supposed to help each victim gain a fair compensation. In the eyes of the law, a fair compensation should allow the claimant to get back to where he or she was before the accident. (more…)

Do You Need To Hire A Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

As time goes on, people are becoming more aware of their rights as patients which has resulted in an increase in medical malpractice cases. When a doctor’s negligence leads to post surgery complications or injury, you as the patient may be eligible to file a lawsuit against them. However, it can be quite complicated to know whether an incident truly does qualify as medical malpractice, or is simply unfortunate circumstance or human error. (more…)

Things You Should Know About Personal Injury In A Parking Lot Accident

It is often said, and most people take it as a fact, accidents that take place in a parking lot are no fault. This would take it for granted both drivers were equally at fault. If so, it would be a situation where both drivers were automatically 50/50 in the fault and both driver’s insurance rates would increase, rather than one driver’s insurance. You may even be tempted to not report the incident to your insurance company, if there appear to be only minor dents or scratches to the vehicles. (more…)