In Ontario, a municipality is obligated to keep its roads and sidewalks safe for the public. If they neglect this duty and, as a result, somebody is injured on the unsafe road or sidewalk, the municipality may be held liable for the injured person’s damages.
Monthly Archives: May 2017
You were injured in a car accident and you are now a plaintiff in a personal injury action. There was a time after your accident when you received Ontario Works benefits or Ontario Disability Support Program benefits. In fact, maybe you are still receiving benefits when your lawsuit ends.
Yes. In fact, you can change auto insurance companies at any time. However, if you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and you want to change insurers afterwards, there are some important things to remember:
Unfortunately, many a person injured in a motor vehicle accident is familiar with at least one denial of statutory accident benefits (“SABs”).