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Update: Bill 118 – Occupiers’ Liability Amendment Act

January 15, 2020
There are limitation periods you must be aware of if you have been involved in a slip and fall […]

Premises liability incidents with elevators are on the way up

May 24, 2017
The world of urban workers and dwellers is a vertical one. Condos and apartment towers reach for the clouds, many […]

Understanding the occupier’s duty and premises liability

April 14, 2017
Slip-and-fall accidents are among the most common causes of personal injuries in Ontario. Should the incident occur on property owned […]

Condominium slips and falls may warrant premises liability claims

March 26, 2017
When the average person slips and falls, his or her first inclination is probably to brush it off and […]

Premises liability and injuries from falls

March 7, 2017
Although the icy weather in Ontario will soon be at an end for the season, that doesn’t mean that […]

Understanding premises liability: Who’s responsible after a fall?

January 20, 2017
When the weather turns unpleasant, as it often does in Ontario during the winter, there tends to be a […]

Woman denied access to bathroom due to disability

October 14, 2016
If you have a disability, you deserve all the same rights as anyone else. What about when it comes […]

Liability matters: How liability claims work in Canada

August 31, 2016
In Canada, when you’re hurt because of someone else’s actions, you’re able to pursue a lawsuit or claim against […]

Faulty floors can cause an indoor slip and fall accident

August 11, 2016
When you are walking indoors, you never think that you could be involved in an accident. However, a slip […]

Why do outdoor slip and fall accidents happen?

July 8, 2016
No matter who you are and no matter where you are walking, there is a chance you could be […]