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February 2018 Archives

Wrongful death claims best navigated by experienced legal counsel

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.

Steps taken after car accidents may influence recovery of damages

Being involved in motor vehicle crashes are never anticipated, and victims are often unsure of what to do immediately afterward. When car accidents are caused by the negligence of others, injured victims in Ontario typically have the choice to pursue financial relief. However, the steps they take -- or fail to take -- in the aftermath of the crash may jeopardize their chances of a successful personal injury claim.

Disability claims may be rejected for insufficient information

Workers in Ontario may be eligible for retirement pension through the Canada Pension Plan. Employees who contributed to the plan while they were employed will qualify. However, if CPP contributors suffer injuries or medical conditions that prevent them from returning to work, they might be eligible to file disability claims for benefits. Also, the children of benefit recipients or surviving family members of deceased recipients may also apply for benefits.

Mutual respect may limit car accidents involving pedestrians

Both pedestrians and vehicle operators are always at risk of being involved in traffic accidents in Ontario. For this reason, it is the responsibility of all to obey the rules of the road to avoid car accidents. If each group respects the other, there may be fewer injuries and fatalities.

Pain and suffering may be recoverable after slip-and-fall

Falls are not only common causes of workplace injuries, but slip-and-fall accidents are the subject of numerous civil lawsuits every year. Individuals in Ontario who have to cope with pain and suffering after falling in a public area may find comfort knowing that they may have grounds to file a premises liability lawsuit against the property owner. Monetary damages may be claimed if the accident was caused by the negligence of a property owner, tenant or another occupier of the property.

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