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Personal Injury Blog

Our lawyers regularly research legal findings and trends to make sure we have all the information we need to best serve our clients. Here is a collection of articles that you may find of interest.
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Jul 02, 2015
Horse and Buggies driving on the roads are common in Waterloo Region.
While the horses and buggies are common in the Region thankfully car / horse accidents aren't.
Jun 30, 2015
Have a happy and safe Canada Day.
Jun 30, 2015
Repeat Offenders Remain a Serious Problem
For some people alcohol is a serious problem and they simply aren't deterred by conviction.
Jun 25, 2015
Municipalities may face further blame for car accidents.
Recent court decisions regarding highway maintenance may lead to municipalities being responsible for car accidents.
Jun 23, 2015
Is the car insurance business broken?
Car insurers, the government, and lawyers are all battling in public about the new revisions to car insurance in Ontario.
Jun 16, 2015
Advancements in Prosthesis Making them cheaper, quicker to obtain, better
It seems that almost weekly advancements in prothesis are making them easier and better to use.
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