Reasons For Public Transit Accident

It is not uncommon for people living in the city of Sudbury, which is located in the province of Ontario, to suffer in a public transit accident. This would mean that they used the services of the public transportation and relying on them to get them safely from one location to another. Unfortunately, not only this isn’t always the case but sometimes there are some sever accidents which occur in the public transit. However, it is important to realize that accidents of this particular regard may occur for a variety of different reasons. Sometimes there are contributing factors which may limit the liability of the transporting agency or company. (more…)

Claiming Damages In Traumatic Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries

There are a lot of types of potential damages that may be incurred as a result of an accident. However, some of the most severe ones of them include traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, which lead them to be categorized as catastrophic injuries which are currently the most serious damages that could be experienced. In fact there are so many cases involving injuries of this particular type that they have become a separate practice area for most of the lawyers in the city of Ottawa. The legislation governing the reparations is different because as mentioned above, they can be the result of different accidents. Basically the laws which govern the remedies for a particular accident would be enforceable for the respective traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Even though the country of Canada is governed by different Provincial Laws, almost all of them are rather similar. (more…)

Why Do Personal Injury Lawyers Represent Product Liability Cases?

One of the most common cases that a personal injury lawyer would undertake is related to product liability. It is important to note that this particular practice area in Canada is generally governed by the common law which is enforceable in all of the provinces except for Quebec. However, the city of Sudbury is located in the province of Ontario and as such the common law would be enforceable. Even though there are provincial laws which regulate this particular field of expertise, almost all of them are rather similar. (more…)