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Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit: What Is Compensation Based On?

March 7, 2018

  Claims for wrongful death in Ontario are most often associated with a car accidents where a driver was negligent or careless. Filing a wrongful death claim may also be referred to as a wrongful death lawsuit, or wrongful death action. Wrongful death lawsuits are filed with the civil courts, and are intended to seek […]

Distracted Driving: Socially Acceptable or Completely Preventable?

November 3, 2015

The number of cell phone users in Canada has grown from 100,000 to over 28.5 million between 1987 and 2015. Because our devices have become so ingrained in our lives, they come with us everywhere and we are always available, even while driving. Due to the amount of drivers who use their hand-held device while […]

Stay Safe! Tips On How to Avoid a Snowmobile Accident This Winter

November 5, 2014

  According to statistics, between the years of 1985 and 1990 there were 131 snowmobile deaths in Ontario. Studies show that fatal accidents are more likely to occur on lakes than on roads or snowmobile trails. Lakes – 66% Roads – 26% Trails – 8% The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs states that drowning is […]

Physical or Sexual Abuse and Your Rights to Personal Injury Compensation

November 5, 2014

  As a victim of an assault, battery or abuse you may have substantial rights to compensation from the individual who hurt you or others who could have prevented your injury. Studies show that two out of nine Canadian children will experience some form of sexual abuse while growing up. In most cases that abuse […]

Assault Injury

November 5, 2014

Personal injury cases involving “intentional torts” such as assault may face civil prosecution as well as criminal prosecution. In personal injury law, assault is the tort of acting intentionally. The harmful act can be carried out with either general or specific intent. Because assault involves intent, it is known as an “intentional tort”  opposed to […]

Pet owners are strictly responsible for their pet’s actions

November 5, 2014

Pet owners are strictly responsible for their pet’s actions. For example, dog owners in Ontario are governed by the Dog Owners’ Liability Act which holds owners responsible for any injuries or damages caused by their dog. As a result of the recent snake tragedy of the two brothers killed by his African rock python, the […]

What is a Class Action Lawsuit?

November 5, 2014

With a few class action lawsuits in the news right now. The Kahler Personal Injury Law Firm explain the basics of a class action suit. The organizations showcased are the RCMP in a sexual harassment law suit, Bell in Yellowknife, regarding mobile phone charges for non-existent services. In Elliott Lake, ON, there is a class […]

What Are Punitive Damages?

November 5, 2014

Punitive Damages In a situation where one person has suffered injury due to the behavior of another person, the injured person may sue for damages. The “damages” owed are a financial reimbursement. These funds are decided upon based on what is necessary to help restore the injured person back to their original “whole” state of […]

ATV Accidents Can Cause Serious Personal Injuries to Drivers and Passengers.

November 4, 2014

ATV’s are fast, powerful and fun. No wonder they have become so popular. ATV’s also known as quads, four wheelers or bikes, can weigh up to 642 pounds and go more than 60 miles per hour. Due to the growing popularity of these machines, emergency departments now see increasing numbers of serious injuries and deaths, […]

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