Liability for Swimming Accidents: Plaintiffs Have Many Avenues to Recover DamagesMay 26, 2009| By: Oatley Vigmond
Every summer, many people across Canada suffer tragic catastrophic brain and spinal cord injuries...
The Unfairness of Insurance Deductibles When a Family Member is Injured or KilledMarch 26, 2009| By: Troy Lehman
Most people are familiar with insurance “deductibles” associated with property damage claims....
Personal Injury Law Firm – Barrie, OntarioJanuary 19, 2009| By: Oatley Vigmond
Oatley Vigmond is a plaintiff personal injury law firm based out of Barrie, Ontario with offices...
Swimming Pool Safety and Occupier’s LiabilitySeptember 24, 2008| By: Troy Lehman
The swimming season is coming to an end. Pool owners are packing up their solar blankets and pool...
Boundaries of Closing Arguments – How to avoid crossing the lineApril 26, 2008| By: Oatley Vigmond
"A jury trial is a fight and not an afternoon tea". This remark from a 1915 Ontario decision...
Collateral Benefit Deductibility Update: Meloche v. MckenzieAugust 29, 2007| By: Oatley Vigmond
In Ontario, when a person loses income or the capacity to earn income as a result of an auto...
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