If you were trying to cross a road and were hit by a vehicle, you must be injured. It can have an adverse effect if you were not crossing at the crosswalk. It can be an even worse situation, if you have no insurance. However, you don’t have to worry because when you contact a personal injury lawyer, they might have worked on similar cases before, so your case isn’t an isolated one. (more…)
Revisions about Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) are set on the anvil in June 2016 about how rehabilitation therapy is going to be done. If you are looking to find more information about how it will affect the business of independent therapy clinics, read on.
Well, to start with the license will still be required from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). This is needed to get the payments directly from the various insurance companies. The therapists working at the clinics will still need the various certifications and licenses as before. Though scaling back of coverage is one of the things that might lead to the therapy clinics balancing the financial stability and needs of the patients. (more…)
Motorcycles are considered as fun machines but riding it offers little protection in case of an accident. If you are looking to know more about the responsibilities and rights as a Canadian motorcyclist, it is based on the safety criterion for the passengers and rider. To start with, you need to have one of the motorcycle licenses that are M-class or M1, M2. The regular G-class driving license no longer works for motorcycles. (more…)
If you or someone you know slip and fell on the ice at the sidewalk,you need to call in a personal injury lawyer to get compensated for the injuries. You will be eligible to claim from the municipality as they did not keep the sidewalks clean. However, there is a hidden clause that you might not even be aware of which might leave you high and dry with no legal respite to a compensation. (more…)