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Self-Driving, Autonomous Vehicles and the Future

Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci designed a cart that could move on its own using high tension springs in the 16th century? Since that time, we’ve come a long way in terms of self-driving vehicles. And while we’re still ways off from completely autonomous vehicles,...

Catastrophic Impairment and the OCF-19 Form

Individuals who meet the definition for minor injury under the Statutory Accidents Benefits Schedule (SABS) are entitled to maximum of $3,500 for medical and rehabilitation benefits. Catastrophically injured individuals are entitled to significantly more than that....

Liability Waivers

Under the Occupiers' Liability Act, business owners have a legal responsibility when someone is injured on their property. This ensures that individuals are properly compensated when they’re injured due to unsafe conditions or negligence. But what happens when the...

Chronic Pain, AMA Guidelines & The LAT

Approximately 1 in 4 Canadians lives with a chronic pain condition. When a chronic pain condition is the result of an accident, certain guidelines must be used to define the condition. With time, those guidelines can change, and that has an impact on the individuals...