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McKay et al v. Park et al, 2019 ONCA 659

Doored? Cyclists Injured by Cars can access Benefits and Compensation

Cycling in the city can be great. It’s often faster than public transit or driving, environmentally friendly, and it can do wonders for your fitness. Unfortunately, when it comes to navigating traffic and parked cars, it can also be very dangerous.

How the Family Law Act Helps Injured Victims’ Families

Family law act protects family

The effects of a car crash often extend beyond the injured victim and have a significant impact on the victim’s family. If a person is injured or killed by the fault or negligence of another, family members may make claims under the Family Law Act.

What happens if I’m hurt on public transit?

Point of view from someone hurt on public transit

Accidents involving public transportation vehicles pose unique legal challenges, often leaving injured individuals unsure of their options. It is important to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after an incident to discuss these options. Ontario laws governing the recovery of benefits or compensation for injuries sustained on public transit depend on several factors, including: the owner(s) of the vehicle(s), who …

Echelon General Insurance Company v. Ontario (Minister of Finance), 2016 ONSC 5019

This was an appeal of a preliminary award in which the arbitrator determined that an insurer’s policy had expired prior to the collision in question. The issue on appeal was whether an improperly cancelled policy remained in force.