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Hosting a Holiday Celebration: Your Liability As Party Host
Hosting a Holiday Celebration: Your Liability As Party Host

The holiday season is here! If you plan to host a party at your home, it is important to be aware of your legal obligations. The Ontario Occupiers’ Liability Act makes you responsible for maintaining reasonably safe premises. This could include making arrangements for ...

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Blog posts in Slip and Fall

  • 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 ...

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  • 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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  • Involved in a Slip/Trip and Fall? This is What You Do Next

    So, what should you do if you suffer a fall? No matter how you feel about your injuries, make sure that you do the following immediately after a fall: ...

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  • Notice Periods for Slip and Falls

    The primary change of Bill 118 is for those who suffer a personal injury caused by snow or ice, they have 60 days to notify the occupier(s) of their ...

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  • Municipal Liability

    Under Ontario’s Municipal Act , the government is responsible for public spaces, such as roads, highways, bridges, parks, and public services, such as ...

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  • Home Owners Responsibility to Salt Driveways

    As per the City of Toronto Municipal By-Law, a homeowner is responsible to clear steps, landings, walks, driveways (including mutual driveways), ...

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  • A New Rule: 60-Day Notice After a Fall on Snow, Ice

    As an Ontarian, you may know that you have 2 years to bring a lawsuit after a fall. You may also know that a 10-day notice must be given to the City ...

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  • Ontario Slip and Fall

    Ontario’s winter season is in full swing. With it comes significant drops in temperature and snowy conditions which create significant safety hazards. ...

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  • In Canada 41% of slip and fall incidents are preventable

    The winter months are near. Warm flavoured beverages, roasted chestnuts by the fireplace, Christmas carols, skiing, and snow days are some of the best ...

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