Sporting related activities are especially popular in Ontario, and given their inherent physical nature, personal injuries are often an unpleasant, but common side effect of their participation. In these blog posts learn how you can protect you and your loved ones from common sports related personal injuries and how holding those responsible for the organization of these events can ultimately help make everyone safer.
If you, or a loved one has been injured due to poorly manufactured sports equipment, you might have a case for compensation. Read this post to learn more about defective sports equipment and what to do if you’re involved in a similar situation.Read More
Anyone who has ever played a sport understands the risk involved - accidents happen. While some risk is inherent, when an accident occurs, coaches can be held responsible. This article offers insights to help you understand the importance of establishing responsibility in sporting related accidents - click to read more.Read More
Injuries are, unfortunately, a part of participating in all sports, and can happen anywhere – on the court, at a training facility, in a school gym or even in a friend’s backyard. While most injuries can be treated, others can be serious, compromising an athlete’s ability to function or can even be life-threatening.Read More
Enacted in 2001, the Marine Liability Act deals with the liability of ship owners and operators when it comes to the ships passengers and cargo, as well as pollution and property damaged caused by the ship. It deals with determining fault, joint liability, the rights that plaintiffs have in seeking damages, and the limits of liability amounts in personal injury claims.Read More