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Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents on Your Property

This post was written by Andrea Girones:

March 7, 2014

Whether you own a private home or a business open to the public, you are responsible for maintaining your property in such a way as to make it reasonably safe for others. If someone slips or trips and falls on your property, you may be held financially responsible for their injuries. If you own a […] READ MORE>

$12M awarded in record malpractice suit

This post was written by Andrea Girones:

February 28, 2014

An Ontario court has awarded more than $12 million to a family whose twin girls were born prematurely and with cerebral palsy after their mother took a fertility drug, which she says she never would have taken had she been told the full extent of the risk. Girones Lawyers represented the twin girls and their […] READ MORE>

Decision of Justice Tausendfreund – Alecia Fisher

This post was written by Andrea Girones:

February 28, 2014

[1] This case is about the clinically compromised birth of Alecia Fisher on February 4, 1991. The parties agree that Alecia suffered an intrapartum asphyxial exposure that is the cause of her neurological injuries. [2] The central issue of liability is when this asphyxial process should and/or could have been detected. The plaintiffs’ focus in […] READ MORE>

What happens when I am involved in a motor vehicle accident while I am in the course of my employment and the other driver is at fault?

This post was written by Andrea Girones:

February 25, 2014

You are entitled to choose between one or the other but not both. However, if the driver at fault was also employed and in the course of his/her employment, you must proceed through WSIB. In addition, if you are injured while in the course of your employment and your employer is at fault for the […] READ MORE>

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