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Found A Hair In Your Restaurant Meal? Want To Sue?

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We get a lot of calls from people who want to sue because they found a hair in their food at a restaurant, or dropped a drink on themselves at a convenience store or even because their fast food dripped on them and their...

Things You Must Know When Buying a Condominium

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Avoid Bad Surprises! Buying a Condominium is more complicated than buying a single family home. The reason is the ownership in a corporation that comes with owning a unit. Yes, once you move in, someone takes care of the...

What is an Examination for Discovery (Canada)

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Andrea Girones of Girones Lawyers in Ottawa explains what an Examination for Discovery is like in a typical personal injury or medical malpractice case. It is a court procedure that all injured victims must undergo. She ...

The First Lawyer-Client Meeting: What to Consider

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Frank Van Dyke talks about how any injured person should approach their first meeting with an injury lawyer. Frank Van Dyke Van Dyke Law Offices...

What to do if your long term disability benefits have been denied?

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Andrea Girones a personal injury layer in Ottawa talks about long term disability benefits and why people need help from Lawyers to take on the insurance companies. Andrea Girones of Girones Lawyers...

Chronic Pain After an Accident

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What is Chronic pain and why is it so hard to treat? Chronic pain sufferers can obtain settlements in Court if caused by a car or other kind of accident. Andrea Girones of Girones Lawyers speaks to this topic. Andrea ...

Occupiers’ Liability

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Worried about someone slipping on your sidewalk, get hurt breaking into your home or tripping on your step and you getting sued? Here is the information you need that deals with these issues. The area of law is occupiers...

U.S. Lawsuits with Millions of Damages: How This Works in Canada

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In the US, we hear about huge lawsuits for spilled coffee or a bug in your soup. Canadian lawsuits are very different than those in the United States. Punitive damages are not an easy argument to make that the courts wil...

What Happens After Small Claims Court: Getting What you Won

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Winning in small claims court is just the first step to collections. Collecting on your small claims court judgment can be frustrating if you do not know what to do. This includes garnishing wages and garnishment of bank...

Registered Office for Corporations

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What is a registered office for a corporation? All corporations are registered with the provincial government in Alberta. This is an official address where notices, civil claims and statement of claims can be sent. If th...

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