Toronto personal injury lawyer Albert Conforzi: “It ain’t over till it’s over” is one of the great sports sayings, and it now equally applies to personal injury litigation. I have previously blogged in this space regarding the NFL head injury lawsuit and the NHL equivalent that is underway. A tentative settlement was reached some time ago…Details
Elaine Bright – Pace Personal Injury Lawyer in Kenora: We have all heard of victims coming forward years after being abused, and disclosing what happened to them. Sometimes criminal charges are laid against the perpetrators; sometimes civil claims are made, and sometimes both occur. Lawyers are often asked – aren’t there limitation periods that apply…Details
Elaine Bright – Pace Personal Injury Lawyer in Kenora: Have you ever thought of going to law school? In Canada there are 17 universities that offer 3-year programs leading to a degree in common law. This is the degree required to practice law in all provinces and territories, except Quebec. The newest program in Canada is…Details
According to statistics, approximately 42 dog bites occur every hour in Canada. In Ontario alone, there are over 5000 dog bites reported every year. Victims of dog attacks are often reluctant to report incidents or seek compensation because they know the dog and its owner. It is important to remember, however, that dog ownership is…Details
Toronto personal injury lawyer Albert Conforzi: In order to excel at the practice of personal injury law, you need constant education and re-education. In my nearly 30 years of practice, I have seen no less than six separate auto insurance regimes in Ontario. That’s a lot of late night reading. To quote an old shipping…Details
Lawyer Michelle Arzaga will be representing Pace Law Firm at the Philippine Independence Day Council’s fundraising dinner for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan on Friday, December 13, 2013. To learn more about how you can help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, click here.