Trampolines And The Liability of The Homeowner In Ontario

As backyard trampolines, inflatable bounce houses, and trampoline parks become more popular than ever before, we need to keep in mind the inherent dangers that these pose. The American Academy of Pediatrics, the Canadian Pediatric Society, and the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine have all recommended that trampolines not be used. Trampoline parks are neither owned nor staffed by professionals and the instances of injuries have soared in recent years. As North Bay injury lawyers, we see injuries due to trampoline activity on the rise each summer. (more…)

How To Avoid Being The Victim of An Aggressive Driver

With summer vacationers and more people on the road, some not knowing the area, we are finding that driver sensitivity is waning. The additional summer traffic and behaviours of drivers who are not familiar with their surroundings can lead to an increase in driver aggression. In fact, our provincial police saw an eighty percent increase in fatalities last summer involving driver aggression and dangerous driving. As Sarnia injury lawyers, we have seen a marked increase in accidents involving aggressive drivers. (more…)

Don’t Make These Mistakes When Pursuing An Accident Claim

If you have been injured in an accident and have considered speaking to a Sanira injury lawyer to pursue an injury claim, you are making the right decision to ensure your legal rights. But many times, accident victims inadvertently do things that may hurt their injury claim. Here are some important ways to be mindful of your words and deeds after you have been involved in an accident. (more…)