Blog Archive - "Distracted Drivers", "Drunk Driving Accidents"

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Oct 27, 2022 It was National Teen Safety Driver Week Last Week
Jun 07, 2022 Links between Stress, Brain Injury, and Disease
Apr 14, 2022 What’s More Dangerous? Impaired Driving or Texting Behind the Wheel?
Nov 29, 2021 Insurer may deny coverage even after it has begun defending you if you were violating the policy - Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada
Feb 18, 2021 Upper-Range Award Ordered in Personal Injury Case with Psychiatric Injuries to all Aspects of Life - Kempton v Struke Estate, 2020 BCSC 2094 (CanLII)
Dec 18, 2020 Diagnosis and Compensation More Important Than Ever - TBI Is Linked to Earlier Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease in Victims
Aug 27, 2020 Personal Injury Lawyers – What Exactly Do They Do? When Do You Need One?
Aug 13, 2020 Motorcycles – How Dangerous Are They? Very.
Mar 26, 2020 Ontario Unveils Plan to Build Mental Health and Addictions System
Mar 24, 2020 Are Social Hosts Responsible in the Death of 1 Teen and Injury of Another After They Leave Party Drunk and High?
Mar 05, 2020 Distracted Driving – Is ‘hands free’ tech safer than holding your phone?
Jan 02, 2020 New CAA Online Poll finds that 20% of the respondents admit they have driven after consuming cannabis or been a passenger with someone who has
Dec 24, 2019 Distracted driving is often prompted by phone notifications
Dec 10, 2019 Basic Level Of Auto Insurance is Not Enough If You Are Hurt in A Car Accident
Nov 12, 2019 Researchers develop cars that can tell if you are texting behind the wheel (or below it)
Sep 21, 2019 Drug Impaired Driving is on the rise in the Region
Mar 15, 2019 Appeal of Decision on Social Host Responsibility Allowed - Williams v. RIchard 2018 ONCA 889
Dec 18, 2018 New Distracted Driving Law January 1 - Part of Cannabis Legislation
Nov 27, 2018 Social Host Liability – Is the host responsible for drunk friend’s auto crash - Williams v. Richard, 2018 ONCA 889 (CanLII)
Nov 27, 2018 There is a need for improved approved road side THC tests
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Oct 27, 2022
It was National Teen Safety Driver Week Last Week
Jun 07, 2022
Links between Stress, Brain Injury, and Disease
Apr 14, 2022
What’s More Dangerous? Impaired Driving or Texting Behind the Wheel?
Nov 29, 2021
Insurer may deny coverage even after it has begun defending you if you were violating the policy - Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada
Feb 18, 2021
Upper-Range Award Ordered in Personal Injury Case with Psychiatric Injuries to all Aspects of Life - Kempton v Struke Estate, 2020 BCSC 2094 (CanLII)
Dec 18, 2020
Diagnosis and Compensation More Important Than Ever - TBI Is Linked to Earlier Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease in Victims

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