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10 Must-Have Boat Safety Equipment For Your Boat
With summer around the corner (and the countdown continues), it will soon be time to retrieve your good ‘ole faithful boat from winter hibernation. Before you sail off into the blue, there are some safety measures you need to consider
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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Cottage Safety Tips For You & Your Guests
It's the time of year we've all been waiting for – when those of us with cottages finally get to open their doors for the season
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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May 8, 2019–HSH Represents Canadian Family Seeking Justice For Family Members Lost In Ethiopian Airline Crash
Joan Vincent and Roland Rehhorn, the parents of 24- year old Angela Rehhorn, who died on March 10, 2019 on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302
Canada
28 May 2019
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Litigating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: Use Lay Witnesses To Tell An Emotionally Compelling Story
Renée Vinett presented this paper at the 32nd Annual North American Brain Injury Society's Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury
Canada
14 May 2019
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Three Mefloquine Lawsuits Filed Against Government Of Canada
Three separate lawsuits have been filed in the Federal Court by a total of 8 individuals against the Government of Canada alleging that the Government, through the Department of National Defence...
Canada
10 May 2019
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Announcement – Revised Eligibility For Canada Essure Litigation
Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP (HSH) has revised the eligibility criteria for participation in the Canadian Essure litigation to include those women who had Essure implanted before October, 2016.
Canada
26 Apr 2019
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Personal Injury Claims For Children
We can all agree that our children are the most precious treasures we have in life.
Canada
11 Apr 2019
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Stiffer Penalties For Distracted Driving May Finally End Phone Use While Driving
We have all been behind those cars that weave or slow down unnecessarily. The initial thought is that the driver might be impaired.
Canada
5 Apr 2019
9
The Dos And Don'ts When Dealing With Provincial Health Insurers In National Class Actions – Post Perdikaris v. Purdue
It's been one year since the release of Justice Barrington-Foote's decision in Pedikaris v. Purdue Pharma et al. (2018 SKQB 86).
Canada
2 Apr 2019
10
What Can We Learn From Ottawa's Bus Crash?
This week's bus crash in Ottawa is a wake-up call for many, especially coming on the heels of the fatal collision involving the Humboldt junior hockey team this past April.
Canada
27 Feb 2019
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When Is A Final Release Not A Final Release?
Plaintiff counsel had his client initial his strike-through of this condition and then executed the release.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
12
Double Amputee Of Ottawa Bus Crash Chooses Independent Lawsuit Over Class Action
The care provided by hospital staff has been of the highest quality.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
13
Ice Safety Tips
When someone falls through the ice, never enter the water to try and help them.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
14
Ice And Snow On Your Car? Clean It Off!
With the recent heavy snowfall and ice storm, drivers and pedestrians have become more aware of the dangers of ice and snow flying off of vehicles.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
15
November 23, 2018: Class Action Filed For Fly Jamaica Crash
Air travel is often held up as one of the safest forms of transportation. But when something does go wrong, as it did with Fly Jamaica Flight OJ256, the consequences can be severe.
Canada
22 Feb 2019
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Key Difference Between Error Of Judgment And Negligence In Medical Malpractice Law
You're under the care of a medical professional, they've seriously misjudged the situation, and you've experienced a serious injury or loss as a result.
Canada
22 Feb 2019
17
Tomec v Economical Mutual Insurance Company – Limitation Period To Dispute A Denied Benefit Is Not Subject To Discoverability
Recently, the Divisional Court released their decision in Tomec v Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2018 ONSC 5664.
Canada
29 Nov 2018
18
UPDATE: St. Jude Defibrillator/Pacemaker
Monday, October 29, 2018: The Amended Statement of Claim has been served on the Defendants. The Defendants have not yet delivered a statement of defence.
Canada
8 Nov 2018
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How Much Car Insurance Do I Really Need? – Accident Benefits
Accident benefits, also referred to as no-fault benefits, are a mandatory part of every auto insurance policy in Ontario.
Canada
25 Oct 2018
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Long-Term Disability Series: Employer's Release Deemed Improvident
The plaintiff commenced an appeal with Sun Life by providing additional documentation. Sun Life nevertheless maintained its denial of benefits.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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