Someone that has been injured in an accident might find that the pains felt since that accident suggest the fairness of a sizable award, following the filing of a personal injury claim. Unfortunately, the insurance company may not share those feelings. That is why all victims should read up on the errors that can hurt... Read More
Any victim of an accident can seek compensation for losses by filing a personal injury claim. Still that victim/plaintiff should not expect to win a large award, unless the claim can be supported with the right sort of evidence. That evidence should show that another party behaved in a negligent manner.
Whenever a resident of Ontario gets injured at his or her workplace, the injured worker can follow one of 2 courses of action. The worker’s claim can be handled by the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB). The benefits delivered to injured worker, without assignment of fault and the workers receive a long list of benefits.
Any accident could trigger the appearance of severe consequences, in the event that someone has been injured. Consequently, the injured victim should understand how to respond to his or her particular situation.
The law makes clear the fact that someone with a stable medical condition cannot be held responsible for injuries sustained during an accident. That declaration, known as the thin skull rule seeks to keep defendants from using a plaintiff’s pre-existing condition as a cover for the defendants’ own negligent behavior.
The person that has been injured in an accident has the legal right to hire a personal injury lawyer and to file a personal injury claim. That same accident victim hopes to get compensated for any accident-linked losses. What types of losses get compensated?
A restaurant strives to act as a good host towards its customers. Actually, any store that wants to attract customers must be a good host. If any customer were to become injured while in a specific store, he or she might consider filing a premises liability claim.
Not all adults contact a personal injury lawyer in Waterloo after being involved in an accident. Some hesitate to take that action. Some young adults are still learning about their newly-acquired rights. Unfortunately, such hesitation or lack of familiarity with the law can deprive an accident victim of valuable benefits.
Whenever one person’s negligence causes an accident, that negligent individual can be sued by any injured party. That fact holds true, even if the injured party has contributed in some way to occurrence of the accident. So, how does the law deal with the victim’s/plaintiff’s own negligence?
Statistics provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada have shown that the citizens are already dealing with roughly 1.4 million brain injuries per year. These injuries are brought on by sporting activities, motor vehicle collisions, falls, and many more activities that we may not actually deem to be particularly dangerous. However, head injuries are... Read More