When Mental Illness Keeps You From Performing Your Job Responsibilities

Whenever an employee can no longer carry out his or her job responsibilities, that same employee has reason to seek long term disability payments. A physical injury is usually obvious, so that a disability claim has less chance for being denied. Unfortunately, it can prove much harder to win approval of a claim, if the disabled worker has a mental problem. Read More

Time Limitations For Filing A Lawsuit

According to the law, anyone that has become the victim of an accident has the right to initiate a lawsuit. No representative of the law can keep such a victim from starting a lawsuit. On the other hand, the legal system can impose other limitations on filing that particular suit. If the person doing the filing waits too long before starting a considered lawsuit, the court may call for dismissal of that same delayed case. Read More

Can I Get Paid For The Damage To My Car After An Accident?

If you have been involved in a car accident, you want to get the compensation you need for property damage as well as anybody injuries that were sustained during the accident. The insurance company covering the party that was responsible for the accident is obligated to issue payment to you for any damage that occurred due to the fault of their client, as long as fault can be proven and the policy is valid. Read More

Ways Insurance Companies Will Try To Undermine Your Injury Claim

You may have been offered a settlement by an insurance company after an injury. This may be the at-fault party’s insurance or your own. But consider that insurance companies, as for-profit entities, strive to settle for as little as possible to ensure their own profits. There are many tactics they use in order to undermine claims so they will not have to pay high settlement costs. As experienced injury lawyers in Oakville, we have seen these tactics employed many times throughout the years. Read More

Product Safety And Filing A Product Liability Claim In Ontario

When it comes to the health and safety of Canadians, product liability law is particularly important in a day and age when we are experiencing a global marketplace. Defects in products have the potential to cause grave illness, serious injury, and, sometimes, fatality. Here in Ontario, there are many different product liability laws to protect unsuspecting consumers from harm. If you have been harmed by a product, an injury lawyer in Oakville is your first course of action in order to file a liability claim. Read More