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Social Host Liability in Ontario

March 14, 2022
Social host liability is a legal concept most commonly associated with injuries allegedly caused or contributed to by the […]

Settlement Privilege

January 28, 2022
Can A Lawyer Keep Their Prior Settlement Negotiations Secret In A Subsequent Related Claim?    Sneak peek – the […]

Contingency Fee Agreement – How Does it Work?

July 1, 2021
There are two ways to hire an injury lawyer. You can: 1) pay by the hour; or 2) enter […]

Self-Compassion During COVID-19

May 4, 2020
COVID-19 has created disruptions to many people’s working lives. Maybe you’re working from home – or trying to, anyway […]

Intoxicated Cycling: Is it Worth the Risk?

July 31, 2019
Ah, the summer months. The time of year you reach into your shed or the depths of your garage, […]

Bringing It All Together In Rehabilitation

June 18, 2019
From the initial accident to the hospital room, to the rehabilitation clinic, to the courtroom and beyond, the healing […]

The Value of Swimming Lessons

June 6, 2009
A recent study from the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine notes that risk of accidental drowning is reduced […]