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Contributory Negligence
Contributory Negligence

Contributory Negligence is the principle used by Defendants/insurance companies to limit liability if they are able to establish that Plaintiff caused or contributed in any way to their injuries or damages. If you are involved in a collision and held some fault in the ...

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Blog posts in Auto Accident

  • CERB: The Foster Decision

    The License Appeal Tribunal released a decision, Foster v. Aviva [19-04657/AABS] which concluded that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (“CERB”) ...

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  • Why Am I Getting Less in My Case?

    In motor vehicle accident claims, there is a deductible applied that automatically reduces any settlement or award amount. Unlike the deductible for a ...

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  • Liability in a Taxi Accident

    There are many cases where people travel as passengers in a taxi and get involved in a collision. The analysis of fault in a motor vehicle accident is ...

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  • Benefits of a Dash Cam in Personal Injury Cases

    Dash cameras are small video cameras that can be mounted to your vehicle’s dashboard or windshield. They are commonly used in emergency vehicles such ...

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  • Treatment Plans Within Accident Benefits

    After a collision , you may be entitled to medical and rehabilitation benefits. Based on your injuries, you can fall under the Minor Injury Guideline ...

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  • 4 Family Members Struck And Killed By A Vehicle In London, Ontario

    Four members of a London, Ontario, family who were struck and killed by a vehicle on June 6 are believed to have been targeted because they were ...

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  • OCF forms and Accident Benefits

    How Do You Begin a Car Accident Claim? When it comes to commencing an Accident Benefits claim , the insurance company requires certain forms to be ...

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  • Is Your Auto Insurance Covering You When You Deliver Food?

    An increasing number of people are participating in the ride-sharing economy as drivers for Uber Eats, DoorDash, and other food delivery services. ...

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  • LENDING YOUR CAR TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY

    In Ontario, it is legal to lend your car to someone else. Be aware, however, that when you lend your car, YOU ARE ALSO LENDING THE DRIVER YOUR CAR ...

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