Injured While Working Remotely from Home? You Might Have a Claim.

Nearly three years into the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people across the country continue to work from home. In addition to blurring the lines between “work time” and “personal time,” the idea of a physical workplace has also been redefined. This has led to legal complications, particularly with respect to claims arising from workplace injuries.

What happens if my son borrows a friend’s car and crashes it?

When a motor vehicle accident occurs that involves a borrowed car, typically the first area of concern that will arise between the parties is determining who should be held responsible; the owner or the borrower of the vehicle?

Auditor General’s 2022 Report – FSRA Value-for-money audit

The Auditor General’s report on the “value for money” audit of the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) provides a rare glimpse into the workings of the Ontario provincial auto insurance regulator and the often byzantine world of auto insurance rating, pricing and claims handling.

Clients with Personal Injuries Later in Life: Helping them Get what they Deserve

In August 2022, an Ontario labour arbitrator decided that an employer’s age cut-off of 65 for long-term disability, did violate section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms but it was saved under section 1 of the Charter.[1] In making this decision, the arbitrator noted that setting the cut-off age at 65 was reasonable considering the nature and demographics of the employer and …

Medical Malpractice: How Forensic Accountants Can Assist Counsel

Medical malpractice is an all-too-common and unfortunate reality in Canada. The Canadian Patient Safety Institute notes that medical errors lead to 28,000 Canadian deaths annually