The “move over” law was enacted in Ontario back in 2003. Sections 159(2) and (3) of the Highway Traffic Act require drivers to slow down and proceed with caution when […]
An examination of the use and availability of jury trials in civil actions in Ontario.
An article written for law clerks on inexpensive ways to create demonstrative evidence for a personal injury trial.
This article highlights the importance of properly categorizing the nature of the treatment and attendant care provided to the client in a catastrophic Accident Benefits file.
An article written for law clerks discussing the January 1, 2010 changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure.
This article describes when and how a defendant in a lawsuit receives credit for benefits (e.g. long-term disability insurance) that are available to a person injured in a motor vehicle accident.
From Indermaur v. Dames to Kamin v. Kawartha Dairy Limited: The Evolution of Occupiers’ Liability Law in Ontario
This article tracks the history and evolution of the law governing occupier’s liability in Ontario.
Not many people are aware that every auto insurance policy in Ontario is identical or that every auto policy in Ontario contains within it a section known as the Statutory Conditions. Failure to comply with them can have serious consequences.
This article written for paralegals provided an overview of the accident benefits (“AB”) system and tips for building up an AB file.