Whether you are dealing with a wrongful dismissal, drafting or reviewing an employment agreement, or seeking advice regarding severance packages, the workplace has great potential for disputes and legal issues. If you have ever been involved in a workplace dispute, you know that they can be extremely stressful and costly for everyone involved.
Employment law has many statutory and regulatory requirements that require specialized knowledge. Employment law includes a wide range of topics dealing with non-unionized workplaces, including constructive dismissal, human rights law, the distinction between employees and contractors, and restrictive covenants. Employment lawyers also specialize in drafting employment contracts and other important legal documents.
Whether you are an employee or employer, you have unique interests, and the right legal representation is essential. At Mackesy Smye, we understand the complexities of employment law. Our skilled team of lawyers will work closely with you and keep you informed through every step of the process.
Depending upon the individual characteristics of your case, your truck accident claim may include funds to compensate for physical pain and suffering, replace lost income and cover the costs of current and anticipated medical treatment or therapy. Some of these benefits may be claimed even if you have been determined to have been at fault.
Mackesy Smye’s team of personal injury experts have the experience to help truck accident victims and their families.
Why you can’t afford to wait when it comes to suing for personal injury after a car accident. To help, we’ve compiled the essential cut-off dates you need to know about. Get help with everything from filing claims with your insurance company to giving proper notice of your intent to sue in this article.Read Article
In Ontario, the statutes of limitations vary, sometimes on a case by case basis. The general rule is two years, but in some cases, it can be as little as 10 days. We've put together a comprehensive guide the deadlines you should be aware of if you’ve been injured in an accident. Learn more by reading the full post.Read Article
Chronic pain claims are often dismissed without a fair hearing. Chronic pain is difficult. You feel it even if a doctor can't find a source for it. For that reason, we’ve put together this article detailing all you need to know about chronic pain disability claims. If your claim has been denied, you need to read this article.Read Article
Chronic pain is difficult. You feel it even if a doctor can't find a source for it. But the suffering is real and should never be denied. If your claim for chronic pain has been denied, you need to read this article now.Read Article
Snow. Ice. Polar winds. Winter driving offers several unique challenges to even the hardiest, most experienced drivers. But this is Canada, so drive in the snow we must. To help you stay safe, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to winter driving tips with everything you need to know to make it through until spring.Read Article
In this post, we tackle the thorny issue of contributory negligence in Ontario personal injury law. If the defence says you are partially liable, what are the chances they are right? And if so, how could that affect the damages awarded?Read Article