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Bicycle Accident Claims are Subject to a Time Limit to File a Claim and Get the Compensation You Deserve

Now that we can rent bikes in many urban cities including Toronto, more cyclists have taken to the road as a great way to get to and from work or appointments.  Some people are choosing to leave the car at … Continue reading

Commercial Swimming Pool Accidents at Hotels, Resorts, Camps and Water Parks; What You Need to Know

As “Staycations” become more popular as a quick getaway at a hotel or resort close to home, the number of hotel properties offering indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs is also on the rise. Several hotels in the GTA … Continue reading

Jump, Don’t Dive; Good Advice to Prevent Pool Diving Accidents

Each year hundreds of Canadians are injured or die in diving accidents as a result of jumping or diving from cliffs, bridges, docks, rafts, but most commonly, from diving into swimming pools. Diving is the leading sports-related cause of spinal … Continue reading

Safe Boating Week and Operation Dry Water Have a Mission to Reduce Boating Accidents

Victoria Day Weekend, more commonly known as May 2-4 Weekend in Ontario, is not far off.  We will see many of us packing up the family and heading to the cottage.  It also means that we are also heading to … Continue reading

Protecting our Children from Harm is the Number One Concern of any Parent

There is a saying; “once a parent, always a parent”, meaning that no matter what age our children are, as a parent, we still worry about their safety and happiness. We buy the proper age-related toys, we buy proper car … Continue reading

Orthopaedic Injury and Accident Claims Involving Broken Bones, Fractures and Other Injuries and Diseases of the Body’s Musculoskeletal System

Whiplash, broken bones, fractures, torn ligaments or injured tendons, rotator cuff injury, herniated discs, neck and back injuries, sprains and other injuries to soft tissue, spinal fractures;  all of these injuries and others are considered orthopaedic injuries. Orthopaedic injuries are … Continue reading

Neurotrauma injuries affect over 500,000 Ontarians and their families according to the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

What is Neurotrauma? Neurotrauma injuries include acquired brain injury (ABI) and spinal cord injury (SCI). Due to the catastrophic nature of Neurotrauma injuries, a person with ABI or SCI often requires years of support and services which has a huge … Continue reading

Death That Just Shouldn’t Have Happened; Dealing with Wrongful Death in Ontario

There is no pain greater than dealing with the death of a loved one – worse if you believe that their death could have been prevented.  The wrongful death lawyers at Futerman Partners LLP in Toronto have extensive experience and … Continue reading

Automobile Accidents are the Most Common Cause of Catastrophic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries How to Seek Compensation and Care

When you hear the word “catastrophic” in the news, it is usually used to describe a traumatic event caused by nature, such as an earthquake, tornado, a flood or tsunami, or perhaps a disaster caused by man, such as a … Continue reading

The Hidden Syndrome: Proving the Existence of Chronic Pain

“One in five Canadians struggles with chronic pain,” that’s according to a report on CBC News (April 30, 2014).  The study quotes Dr. Pat Morley-Forster, the Medical Director of the pain management program at St. Joseph’s Health Care in London, … Continue reading

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