If you sustained injuries during an accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to making a personal injury claim to get compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company. This compensation must cover all the expenses related to your injury, whether pecuniary or nonpecuniary. Read More
The consequences of a spinal cord injury are always transformational. Just think about the cost of all treatments and the price of all adaptations that will be required for your house. And this is not even all of it. Overall, the cost of living will increase a lot if such a thing were to happen to you or any close family member. Read More
In Ontario, the dog’s owner is responsible for any injuries, unless the evidence has suggested that the victim had provoked the biting canine.
What damages would the insurance company be expected to cover? Read More
Sometimes a consumer becomes startled by the way that a given product has responded, after its “on” button has been hit. It could be that the same product was defective in some manner. Still, the startled consumer might lack any grounds for making a case against the manufacturer. Read More
Usually, the driver that has felt an impact to the rear of the same driver’s vehicle has little trouble convincing an insurance company that the responsible motorist was the one that hit him or her. Still, that is not always the case. Read More
In those judicial jurisdictions that exercise control over party hosts, the host at a social gathering becomes responsible for any accident-caused injuries. That ruling assumes that the same host has earlier offered alcohol to the driver of the vehicle that eventually collided with the injured victim’s vehicle, or with the injured victim. Read More