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If you have been injured and advance an insurance claim, there is a good chance that your insurer will ask you to attend a medical examination with a doctor or specialist of their choosing. These exams are known as IMEs (Independent Medical Examinations). However, the term “independent” is misleading, the exam is arranged and paid […]

Are car accident victims better off now than they were five years ago? According to Alan Shanoff in the Toronto Sun, the answer is a resounding “NO”. In his recent opinion piece called Hard road for car crash victims: Why is the Ontario government taking away money they deserve and transferring it to the insurance […]

If you have lost your job following a car accident, you may find the financial uncertainty extremely difficult to cope with. Regardless of whether you are the primary breadwinner, you are likely worried about how you will survive the loss of income and afford the extra expenses incurred because of your injury. Here are some […]

Being involved in a car accident can be an intense and overwhelming experience, regardless of whether there are serious injuries. Sometimes one party wants to contact the police and the other does not. Should you call 911 or the local police? Do you know who to call in this situation? Here’s how to decide. If… […]

You have been involved in a car accident. You have had an injury and filled out the accident report, and are starting down the path of recovery. Did you know that no matter how you were involved in the accident (a driver, a pedestrian or cyclist) and whether you were at fault for the accident, […]

It is clear that distracted driving is one of the most serious problems our country faces these days. According to the Ministry of Transportation, drivers who use cell phones are four times more likely to be in a collision than drivers who focus on the road when drivers take their eyes off the road for […]