Finding a new Injury Lawyer for your case

Occasionally I have people approach me who already have a lawyer. They may be concerned about a lack of communication from their lawyer, a failure to move their file along on a timely basis or a host of other reasons. They ask if they can transfer their file to...

Slip and Fall Cases : Is the Owner Liable?

Here’s a fictitious scenario. Let’s say you’ve slipped and injured yourself while out shopping at a mall, or perhaps you’ve slipped on some ice outside your favorite restaurant. Just because you are injured on someone’s property does not...
Know the Cap: Injuries NOT Covered by the Injury Cap

Know the Cap: Injuries NOT Covered by the Injury Cap

Did you know there are Injuries that are not ‘caught’ by the ‘Cap’ on ‘Minor Injuries’? Insurance companies don’t want you to know about these injuries; they’d rather have you settle for less than what is afforded to you. Here is a list of injuries not...
Litigation Step #7 – Questioning on Undertaking Responses

Litigation Step #7 – Questioning on Undertaking Responses

Attendance at a Questioning on Undertaking Responses is almost identical to the process that I have described here. The main difference between a Questioning on Undertaking Responses and a regular Questioning is the extent to which the Defendant’s insurance lawyer can...
Step #6 – Attending Questioning by Defence

Step #6 – Attending Questioning by Defence

This post continues a series describing the common litigation process for motor vehicle accidents. The entire resource is here: Ten Steps in the Litigation Process Litigation Step #1 – Filing a Statement of Claim Serving a Statement of Claim Work With Insurance...