Ontario Law Firm Blog

Is One Way Insurance Enough to Cover Me in a Car Accident?

One way insurance is one of the terms used when referring to Ontario auto insurance options. This option may be beneficial for drivers looking to save money, but there are certain risks with having cheaper auto insurance. For instance, it may skimp on… Read More

Windsor Police Seek Driver After Child Killed in Hit-and-Run Crash

A child was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver Saturday evening. Windsor Police and other emergency personnel responded to the scene on Jefferson Boulevard near Haig Avenue around 8:30 p.m. after receiving a call of a crash involving a pedestrian. A… Read More

Am I Covered in an Accident Caused by an Unlicenced Driver?

If you have been involved in an accident with an unlicenced driver, you may be concerned about his or her lack of insurance or means to pay for your losses. Regardless of whether the other driver has never held a licence, has an invalid or expired licence… Read More

Motorcyclist Injured in Serious Crash Under Investigation in Amherstburg

One person was taken to the local hospital late Wednesday afternoon following a serious crash in Amherstburg between a motorcycle and a car.   Windsor Police Service were called to the accident scene at the intersection of County Road 20 and Kingsbridge… Read More

Do I Qualify for Attendant Care Benefits After an Injury in Ontario?

If you have been seriously injured in an accident in Ontario, you may qualify for attendant care benefits, which are intended to assist you in improving your health and recovery. However, having expenses covered to hire someone to help care for you after… Read More

LAT Stakeholder Meeting Attended By Partner Jennifer Bezaire Provided Update on Agency’s Operations

On Thursday, September 24th, firm partner and Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) member Jennifer Bezaire attended the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) Stakeholder Consultation Meeting. The LAT helps resolves disputes concerning compensation claims… Read More

When Am I Legally Obligated to Report a Crash?

Car accidents can be very stressful, and depending on the seriousness of the crash, can cause extensive injuries and damages or no significant harm at all. If you have been in a collision, you may be wondering when you should report it. Is there more… Read More

Are Parents Allowed To File a Lawsuit on Behalf of Their Child?

When a child suffers a serious injury due to the negligence of another, his or her parents may have the right to take legal action to pursue compensation for their child’s medical care and pain and suffering. While seeking a financial recovery on behalf… Read More

How Fault is Determined in an Ontario Parking Lot Accident

Accidents in parking lots happen a lot more than people realize. While most of these accidents are minor and involve low speed impact, some can still result in serious damages. Determining fault in a parking lot accident can also be difficult. It may… Read More

Building Future Care Expenses Into a Damages Lawsuit

In most cases, victims who have been severely injured in an accident will suffer the effects of their injuries into the future. They may require ongoing care in the form of future surgeries, treatments and medications even after reaching maximum medical… Read More