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Losing a loved one as the result of negligence of another person is likely one of the most heartbreaking events that any Ontario person can experience. It is not uncommon for surviving family members to experience feelings of frustration and anger after such an avoidable loss and the knowledge that they cannot bring that person back to life. However, they might recover monetary damages by filing and litigating a wrongful death lawsuit in a civil court.

While it’s true that workers are hurt in accidents connected to their jobs every day, few, if any, imagine that it will happen as they head out to work. Unfortunately these incidents do occur and sometimes lead to serious injuries. In the worst cases they can even lead to death. This was sadly the case recently when a man who worked for Toronto Crane was killed.

Throughout Canada in the winter, residents and visitors alike enjoy engaging in outdoor recreational activities. One of the most exciting for many is snowmobiling. Currently more than 600,000 snowmobiles are legally registered in the country. To put the popularity of the activity in Canada into perspective, last year more than one-third of the snowmobiles sold throughout the world, were purchased by Canadians.