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Legal Blog Post:
September 15th, 2020

Understanding The Impact – Traumatic Brain Injuries and Personal Injury Law

Each year over one hundred and sixty thousand Canadians suffer traumatic brain injuries. Of these, thousands die and tens of thousands more are left permanently or partially disabled...
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Legal Blog Post:
July 2nd, 2020

Don’t Let COVID-19 Delay Your Personal Injury Case

The COVID-19 Pandemic has disrupted many facets of our lives – including where we go, and who we interact with. Even as our province gradually opens up, we still have to be cautious and responsible...
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In the News:
November 14th, 2019

Judge hears arguments for and against airport injunction

Lawyers for St. John's International Airport and the union that represents their striking employees were in the Supreme Court.
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In the News:
November 8th, 2019

Teacher Charged in Sexual Exploitation of Boy to Return to Court in January

The case against a school teacher charged with sexual exploitation of a minor won’t be back in court again until early in the new year.
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September 13th, 2017

Buckle Up

Everyone knows they shouldn’t, but no one thinks they’ll end up in an accident, or that anything serious can happen five minutes from home.
May 17th, 2017

What to Expect if You’ve Been Injured

No matter the nature of the accident, there are two people who you should not waste any time in speaking to: a doctor and a lawyer.
May 8th, 2014

The Road to Recovery

You're an active person. You run regularly, hit the gym when you can, and love the outdoors, even in the middle of winter.
    February 18th, 2013

    Employment and Injury

    What happens when, because of an injury caused by someone else, you are no longer able to do the work you have done your entire life?
    January 24th, 2013

    More Snow…

    As we shovel out from the latest that Mother Nature has thrown at us, we all have to be extra diligent while we are driving and walking.
      November 28th, 2012

      Children and Accidents

      "My child was hurt in a car accident. Is there anything I can do?" The short answer is yes, however, there are a few procedural issues that must be addressed.
      September 5th, 2012

      “I’m sorry, but you’re out of time”

      It is unfortunate that sometimes lawyers have to tell someone who is injured through no fault of their own that he or she is out of time to seek compensation.
      July 13th, 2012

      Statutory Deductions

      You may have heard people talking about "the $2,500.00 deductible" when they are involved in an accident. But what does it mean, and where does it come from?
      June 21st, 2012

      Summer Safety

      Maybe it's because our summer season is so short that Newfoundlanders are anxious to cram as many summer activities as possible into three short months.
      April 9th, 2012

      Insurance Questions. Invaluable Answers.

      A treatment plan is developed by you and the physiotherapist. Each session will cost $80.00. Do you have to pay for those expenses out of your pocket?
      February 8th, 2012

      Look to the Right

      While the cold and ice is one thing, we also have to remember that since the days are shorter, we're less visible and thus, more vulnerable.
      January 10th, 2012

      The Hidden Dangers of Section D

      Ever wonder what Section D of your auto insurance policy is all about? It refers to "uninsured and unidentified drivers" but it’s really all about you.
      October 28th, 2011

      Keep Your Wits About You

      Recently returning from a road trip had it re-affirmed that driving in Newfoundland and Labrador requires constant, unwavering, attention.

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