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Published on: 8 Sep 2016 By

Client Testimonial for Jim Mays and Team: “You were a blessing.”

“Jim Mays, after 19 years of being with a lawyer who took advantage of my situation, you were a blessing. I could not have been recommended to a better lawyer to take over my case. The first lawyer I had for many years left me feeling very mistrustful. When I entered your office I was...

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Published on: 26 Aug 2016 By ,

Civil Motions in the Superior Court of Justice: A Practical Guide

A motion is a formal request to the Court for an Order. Some motions will be contested, some will be on consent, and for others no position will be taken by opposing counsel. Motions address many issues: routine requests to amend pleadings, contested matters like compelling a certain party t…

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Published on: 5 Jul 2016 By

Slips, Trips and Falls: Understanding Occupiers’ Liability

What is Occupiers’ Liability? In Ontario, the Occupiers’ Liability Act governs all claims relating to occupiers’ liability. Anyone who is in physical possession of a property, or has responsibility for and control over a property (the “occupier”) owes a duty of care to take reasonable precau…

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Published on: 21 Jun 2016 By

Protect Yourself: Understanding Optional Auto Insurance Benefits in Ontario

Once again, the standard auto insurance benefits provided in Ontario are shrinking. This means that your own insurance company will provide you with less funds to assist you in recovering from your motor vehicle collision. However, you do have new options for optional coverage that can prote…

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Published on: 25 May 2016 By

Injured in a Car Accident? Changes to Accident Benefits as of June 1, 2016

As of June 1, 2016, people injured in motor vehicle accidents in Ontario will face new challenges. These challenges come as a result of the latest round of amendments to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). Accident Benefits are benefits available to anyone in Ontario injured in …

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Published on: 24 May 2016 By

Bicycle Accident Compensation: Insurance Coverage for Injured Cyclists

When sharing a road with cars, cyclists, even when wearing the appropriate safety gear, run a risk of being struck by a vehicle and injured. Cyclists, like cars, are expected to obey the rules of the road, including signalling, obeying traffic lights, and not riding in pedestrian crosswalks.…

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Published on: 4 Apr 2016 By

Injuries on Municipal Property: Notify Early

Injuries can and commonly do occur on city property, injuries on sidewalks are a prime example. When a sidewalk is in a state of disrepair, covered in ice and snow, with no reasonable attempts at maintenance, or when a sidewalk has become uneven and has a trip edge, a person injured as a res…

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