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When Does Food Poisoning Become a Personal Injury Case in Ontario?

Over the past year, Chipotle made news when there were reported outbreaks of E. coli at its restaurants across the United States. During the outbreak, there were approximately 60 people who were infected by the foodborne illness and 22 of the victims were hospitalized.

Can Posting On Social Media Affect My Personal Injury Case in Oshawa?

Insurance companies are known for engaging private investigators to confirm an injured person’s limitations. For example, if you claim you are too injured and in too much pain to do basic yard work, are you actually mowing your lawn all summer every week?

Making a Defective or Dangerous Product Personal Injury Claim in Ontario

Many of us have heard the horror stories of a patio table that shatters causing abrasions to the skin or soothing lip balms that actually cause rashes, blisters or infections. While product diversity and prices have never seemed better, the cost may be sub-par manufacturing causing risks to consumers.

Strict Liability, Highway Traffic Act Offences and Tort Claims in Oshawa, Whitby & Ontario

The law creates many different tests and standards that have to be met before you can be convicted of an offence or prove a claim for damages. This blogpost addresses the strict liability test and how that applies to Highway Traffic Act offences and tort claims for personal injuries in Ontario.

How Car Accident Settlements Work in Oshawa, Whitby & Ontario

Two types of claims are possible following a car accident in Ontario that results in an injury. Read our blog to learn more.