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Litigation Loans, Advanced Payments
Litigation Loans, Advanced Payments

When considering the commencement of a lawsuit, a major deterrent for a potential plaintiff is the potential of financial uncertainty. A litigation loan, or lawsuit loan, is a tool to aid in covering the costs of a lawsuit. These loans are most often used in personal injury ...

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Blog posts in Motor Vehicle Collision

  • Jury vs. Non-Jury Trials

    When a personal injury matter is to be commenced formally by a Statement of Claim, the parties must elect a jury trial or a non-jury (or judge-alone) ...

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  • QUEBEC COLLISIONS

    Quebec has a statutory auto insurance policy provided by the government, it is known as SAAQ - Société De L'Assurance automobile du Québec. All ...

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  • To Lend or Not to Lend Your Vehicle - That is the Question

    Should you lend your vehicle to someone else? What are the policy implications and legal consequences of a motor vehicle accident when you lend your ...

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  • Honesty is the Best Policy With Your Insurer

    It’s important to be honest with your insurer. If you lie or give false information to your insurer, you can face major negative repercussions down ...

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  • I've Been in a Motor Vehicle Collision, What Claims Can I Advance?

    If you’ve sustained injuries in a motor vehicle collision, you can advance two types of claims: an “Accident Benefits” claim; and a “Third Party” or ...

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  • Civic Holiday Auto Accidents

    The Civic Holiday’s long weekend saw a series of traffic accidents across Ontario , and provided a glaring reminder for everyone to be careful as they ...

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  • New Changes in Your Auto Insurance Benefits

    The Ontario government and the insurance companies are at it again. Once more, there are changes to the benefits a victim of a car accident is ...

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  • New Fines for Drivers

    In Ontario, drivers are responsible for ensuring that there is no open alcohol in the vehicle while they are operating it, as per the Liquor Licence ...

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  • About Distracted Driving & Preventing It

    Distracted driving remains the number one cause of auto collisions in the Province of Ontario, followed closely by impaired driving. As a result, on ...

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