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Woman & Child Try to Stop Harper From Exporting Deadly Asbestos

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Cathy's father died from work related mesothelioma, and now urges Canadians to stop Harper from exporting deadly asbestos to third world countries, just to make more money. Murray Miskin speaks about Canada's involvement...

What to Bring to Your First Personal Injury Lawyer Appointment

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This video describes the various documents and reference materials that you may be required to bring to your first personal injury lawyer appointment. Contact Girones Lawyers today for free no-obligation consultation tod...

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 ...

FAQs for Personal Injuries and Insurance Companies

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Answers to common questions from our clients about personal injuries and insurance companies: What are the time limits to Sue? Do I have a Case? Can I negotiate my own settlement? Girones Lawyers is recognize...

Injuries at Birth – Causes and Recourse

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When you have had a healthy uneventful pregnancy, to suddenly find you have a disabled child after birth can be a shock. What went wrong and how do you find out what can be done. Who should you complain too and what ques...

Omar Ha-Redeye on SunTv with Neelam Verma

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Neelam Verma interviews Omar Ha-Redeye on the Occupy Toronto movement. Omar Ha-Redeye from Fleet Street Law....

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...

What is Shoulder Dystocia and Why is it Dangerous for the Baby?

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Shoulder dystocia is a complication of labour and delivery which can, if improperly managed can cause severe injury to a baby's brachial plexus nerves, and other kinds of injuries. Shoulder Dystocia is when the baby's sh...

Omar Ha-Redeye on SunTv explaining the Oakes Test

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Omar Ha-Redeye explaining the balancing interests that Justice Brown had to consider under Section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms on the Oakes Test. Omar Ha-Redeye from Fleet Street Law....

Non-Pecuniary Damages and Charter Claims in Personal Injury

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Omar Ha-Redeye explains why the limited non-pecuniary damages claim in this case may have prompted family members to seek restitution through alternative and creative legal remedies. Omar Ha-Redeye from Fleet Street ...

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