Protect Your Kids from Head Injuries This Fall

Fall in Ontario means it is time to ditch the summer sports and get ready for football and hockey season. While there’s always an element of risk in any sport, nothing is scarier than a young player losing consciousness after hitting his or her head on the ice, field or another player. Just as it…Continue Reading

Prevent Personal Injury on Your Property This Fall

Being a homeowner comes with a wide variety of responsibilities, including the upkeep and ongoing maintenance of your property. With the arrival of cooler weather, it’s especially important to begin clearing clutter, removing hazards and making repairs to the exterior of your property. Slips, trips and falls happen quickly and can result in significant personal…Continue Reading

5 Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

Tonight, neighbourhoods will be transformed into magical, moonlit places for an evening of fun and fantasy. Witches, ghosts and goblins will be prowling the streets in search of some sweet treats and spook, while being greeted at doorsteps by grinning jack-o’-lanterns and other scary creatures. Although Halloween is an exciting time for children of all…Continue Reading

Do I Qualify for Income Replacement Benefits?

Being injured in a motor vehicle incident is scary. But what’s even more scary is the fear that you won’t be able to return to work and continue to provide for you and your family. Whether you’re off work for a few days or a few months, it’s important to think about how the bills will get paid during your period of recovery.

The Legal Side of Group Lottery Pools

The Court of Appeal’s recent decision in a complex case involving a group lottery pool emphasizes the importance of keeping transaction and communication records in order to trace who contributed to which group purchases. A person may be entitled to winnings even if he/she has stopped participating in a group lottery pool, as long as he/she can provide evidence of contributing to the winning lottery ticket.