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Ice Safety Tips
When someone falls through the ice, never enter the water to try and help them.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
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Ice And Snow On Your Car? Clean It Off!
With the recent heavy snowfall and ice storm, drivers and pedestrians have become more aware of the dangers of ice and snow flying off of vehicles.
Canada
26 Feb 2019
3
Self-Driving Vehicles: When Can I Buy Mine?
The accident happened at night on an empty road.
Canada
11 Sep 2018
4
Hospital Falls: Preventable Injuries
Fall-related injuries are known to be the leading cause of injury for seniors across Canada.
Canada
31 May 2018
5
Car Accident Series: Black Ice And Collisions
We all know when driving it's important to "keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel."
Canada
27 Mar 2018
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Personal Injury And Death At Government Attractions
The old saying "you can't fight City Hall," is badly in need of a rewrite.
Canada
15 Dec 2017
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Spotlight On Sports Injury Claims: Hurt Playing A Sport – Can I Sue?
Whether as a child or as an adult, mostly everyone has played a sport at one time in their life.
Canada
14 Dec 2017
8
Safety Tips For Winter Walking
Walking is a necessity to get from point A to B. Walking is also a great way to keep fit. It can also be very hazardous during the winter weather.
Canada
27 Nov 2017
9
Be A Diligent Host At Your Holiday Celebration
This upcoming holiday season, one's mind turns to parties which often involve drinking alcoholic beverages.
Canada
27 Nov 2017
10
Safety Tips To Ensure A Safe And Fun Halloween Night For All
It's an evening of costumes, treats and fun. It is also one of the most dangerous nights on the calendar for kids and drivers.
Canada
5 Oct 2017
11
Critical Questions To Ask When Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer In Ontario
Hiring a lawyer to handle your personal injury case is a serious matter that requires careful consideration. What kind of questions should you ask yourself and others in order to make an informed choice?
Canada
3 Apr 2017
12
Bus Accidents: Safety Recommendations And Personal Injury Claim Guidance
We may not hear about accidents involving buses all that often, but when we do, these are usually traumatic events involving severely injured individuals.
Canada
28 Feb 2017
13
Slip And Fall Essentials: A Knowledge Investment
Benjamin Franklin wrote that an investment in knowledge pays the best interest.
Canada
2 Feb 2017
14
It's Not Personal, It's Business: Short-Term Rentals And Personal Injury
Technology makes it easy to connect with people around the world who may need accommodations when they visit your community.
Canada
26 Jan 2017
15
Car Accidents: Proving Chronic Pain In The Face Of Inconsistent Pain Complaints
These patients may report pain in different areas of their bodies and/or different intensities of pain over time.
Canada
29 Dec 2016
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Be Prepared For Driving In Winter Conditions
Whether we like it or not, as Canadians we need to deal with the coming winter season and the cold, snow and ice that comes along with it. The change in weather also brings changing driving conditions...
Canada
14 Dec 2016
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Pool Safety: 7 Tips For Winterizing Your Pool
Nothing says "summer is really over" more than the ritual of closing and winterizing a pool. It can be a complicated procedure, so many people hire professionals to do it.
Canada
15 Nov 2016
18
Broker Negligence Claims: Are You Adequately Covered?
Is your insurance broker adequately inquiring about your insurance needs?
Canada
14 Nov 2016
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Common Health Issues Faced By Front Line Medical Personnel
If you've ever had a medical emergency and needed to be admitted to a hospital for care, you'll know how incredibly fortunate we are to have dedicated front line medical and hospital staff in our system.
Canada
22 Oct 2016
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Hard-Hitting Facts: Sports Concussions
The Canadian Concussion Centre explains that a "concussion is a brain injury caused by a swirling movement of the brain within the skull, either by a direct blow to the head or body, or by a whiplash effect."
Canada
14 Oct 2016
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