Injured in a crash caused by faulty infrastructure? Here are your options.

  • February 28, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • car accident, car accident lawyer, faulty infrastructure, infrastructure accident, ontario car accident lawyer, Ontario personal injury lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
Every day, around 200 car accidents occur in the City of Toronto and Greater Toronto Area (GTA). When these cases result in injuries, the victims sometimes require the services of an Ontario car accident lawyer to help them access compensation for their damages. In some cases, the accident survivor’s auto insurance coverage will not deliver
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WD Lawyers support Sick Kids

  • February 15, 2017
  • by WILL DAVIDSON LLP
On Saturday, February 11th, the lawyers and staff at Will Davidson LLP came out to support Sick Kids Hospital at the annual Heat Wave corporate challenge volleyball tournament. Today, Sick Kids provides treatment for more than 800 children with cancer, a number which will grow with the diagnosis of 320 new cases each year. The personal
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Five things to remember when you get in a car accident

  • March 21, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • auto insurance, car accident, car accident lawyer, car accident lawyers, Ontario personal injury lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, personal injury lawyers, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
The immediate aftermath of a car accident is a confusing blur of activity. In this frantic environment, it can be difficult to gather your thoughts and devise a cohesive, step-by-step plan. Your mind will likely be racing: Is everyone alright? How bad is the damage? Am I at fault? What should I do next? To
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Debris from vehicles puts drivers at risk

  • February 7, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • car accident, car accident lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, personal injury lawyers, road safety, Will Davidson LLP,
Winter in Ontario is always a busy time for personal injury lawyers who work with car accident victims. Shorter days and inclement weather reduce visibility, road surfaces become slippery, and motorists’ minor mistakes are compounded by poor driving conditions. Even drivers who exercise due caution and comply with the rules of the road can be
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More research is needed to understand concussions in women

  • January 31, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • accident, brain injury, brain injury lawyer, concussion, head injury, head injury lawyer, injury lawyer, Ontario personal injury lawyer, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, slip and fall, slip and fall lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
Concussions are a deeply misunderstood injury. Their symptoms can be vague, they are notoriously difficult to diagnose, and they are burdened with the stigma of not being particularly ‘serious.’ In the world of professional sports, concussions were until recently viewed as minor injuries, annoyances that tougher athletes would happily play through. While savvy researchers, brain
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Complete Streets: can redesigned roads improve safety in Toronto?

  • January 24, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • car accident, car accident lawyer, complete streets, Personal Injury Lawyer, road safety, Toronto, Toronto personal injury lawyer,
Over the past two years, staffers at the City of Toronto have developed “Complete Streets Guidelines” to serve as a roadmap for the redesign and redevelopment of several of the city’s roads. According to the city’s website, Complete Streets “are streets that are designed to be safe for all users, such as people who walk,
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Winter Driving Safety Tips

  • January 17, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • car accident, car accident lawyer, ontario car accident lawyer, Personal Injury Lawyer, road safety, Will Davidson LLP, winter driving,
Happy New Year from Will Davidson LLP! With the holidays over and the New Year here, vacationers hit the roads to return to work and school. Slippery road conditions and reflective surfaces make for a particularly dangerous time of year on the road. To help keep you and your loved ones safe, we’ve come up
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Driverless cars and their impact on road safety, insurance, and automobile accident lawyers

  • January 4, 2017
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • automobile accident lawyers, autonomous vehicles, car accident, driverless cars, driving tips, injury lawyer, Insurance, liability, motor vehicle accident, Ontario personal injury lawyer, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyers, Will Davidson LLP,
Autonomous vehicles – or driverless cars – are now a reality in Ontario. On November 28, a pilot project launched by the University of Waterloo, the Erwin Hymer Group, and BlackBerry QNX placed three autonomous vehicles (AVs) on the province’s road. The project will assess AVs’ impact on energy and land use, employment, and perhaps
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The holiday season is here, and many people are preparing to celebrate the season and say farewell to the end of the year. If you plan to host an event at your home or business, it is important to be aware of your legal responsibilities. For instance, if an intoxicated party guests drives home and
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How to avoid parking lot accidents this holiday season

  • December 19, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • car accident, car accident lawyer, injury lawyer, motor vehicle accident, Ontario personal injury lawyer, parking lot, parking lot accident, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto Law Firm, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
The holiday shopping season is a boon to Canadian businesses, but can be a time of mental and economic pressure for consumers. Nowhere is this contrast better illustrated than in the parking lots of the nation’s shopping malls, where pedestrians and drivers aggressively jostle for position in the rush to spend. It’s no wonder, then,
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Most ATV accidents can be avoided by following a few simply safety tips

  • December 14, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • ATV accident, ATV accident lawyer, motor vehicle accident, motor vehicle accident lawyer, Ontario personal injury lawyer, personal injury, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP, Will Davidson LLP personal injury lawyer,
Despite a growing percentage of the Canadian population living in urban centres, our country’s landscape is dominated by intimidating rural expanses. And for the millions of Canadians who live, work, and play in those rural regions, ATVs are ubiquitous as both a tool on farms and ranches and as a recreational pursuit. Unfortunately, ATVs are
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Ontario cyclists wary after rash of collisions

  • December 9, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • accident, bicycle accident, bicycle accident lawyer, car accident, cycling accident, cycling accident lawyer, motor vehicle accident, Ontario personal injury lawyer, Ottawa personal injury lawyer, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
Is it safe to ride your bicycle in Canada’s large urban centres? In cities like Ottawa and Toronto, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s not. Ottawa, in particular, has experienced an ongoing rash of bicycle-automobile collisions since the beginning of September that has caused some residents to put their bikes away. In a collision between
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Study: Rural Canadians at higher risk of birthing injury

  • November 30, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • birthing injury, birthing injury lawyer, medical malpractice, medical malpractice lawyer, Ontario birthing injury lawyer, Ontario medical malpractice lawyer, Ontario personal injury lawyer, personal injury, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto birthing injury lawyer, Toronto medical malpractice lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
In September, the Canadian Medical Association Journal published a report on the significant gap in birthing injuries between mothers in rural Canada and their urban counterparts. “Compared with women in urban areas,” the study found, “those in rural areas had higher rates of severe maternal morbidity and severe neonatal morbidity.” Children born in rural settings
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Ontario auto insurance reform limits benefits: can an accident benefits lawyer help?

  • November 23, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • accident, accident benefits, accident benefits lawyer, auto insurance, car accident, injury lawyer, motor vehicle accident, personal injury, Personal Injury Lawyer, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
In 2013, the Government of Ontario announced a plan to cut auto insurance premiums by 15 per cent by August 2015. In a release, Finance Minister Charles Sousa outlined a plan that included cracking down on fraud, making roads safer, and ensuring people “enjoy good benefits, security and proper care.” The government failed to keep
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Hospital errors and the role of a medical malpractice lawyer

  • November 16, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • accident, contamination, hospital error, injury lawyer, liability, medical malpractice, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, prescription error, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Will Davidson LLP,
When a patient is admitted to a hospital in Ontario, they are owed a certain standard of care by the staff and medical practitioners working at that facility. Unfortunately, that standard is not always kept, and at times, injuries resulting from the negligent behaviour of medical professionals can lead to medical malpractice lawsuits. In Canada,
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On Remembrance Day, how can we improve the lives of our aging veterans?

  • November 11, 2016
  • by Will Davidson LLP
  • injury lawyer, long term care, medical malpractice, medical malpractice lawyer, nursing home, nursing home negligence lawyer, personal injury, personal injury law, Personal Injury Lawyer, prescription error, Remembrance Day, veterans, Will Davidson LLP,
On November 11, Remembrance Day, Canadians take time to reflect on the sacrifices made by members of the country’s armed forces in conflicts around the world. Remembrance Day is a somber tradition, initiated at the end of the First World War, which aims to recognize the tremendous impact our servicemen and women have had on
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