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February 2012

What Should I Wear to Examination for Discovery in an Accident Case?

If you are ever in an Ottawa accident, you may have to take part in an examination for discovery as part of your legal proceedings. Understanding what this process entails and knowing how to present yourself can help you achieve success in your lawsuit.   What is an Examination for [...]

Things To Consider After a Motorcycle Accident

                Riding a motorcycle carries with it a higher burden of responsibility than for most drivers on the roads.  You are not encased in a steel frame and you do not have the added protection of seatbelts and airbags.  Riders must exercise extra caution as they are more vulnerable to [...]

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Catastrophic Injury? What is a Catastrophic Injury? Ontario Accident Lawyer

In the context of a motor vehicle accident, including a car-pedestrian, car-bicycle, motorcycle or truck accident, the term "catastrophic injury" has a very specific meaning. When you are injured in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario, you are entitled to statutory accident benefits.  These benefits are usually paid by your [...]

Ottawa Physiatrists- Who are Ottawa’s Physiatrists

If you have been injured in an accident, your family physician may recommend that you see a physiatrist for a diagnosis and rehab plan for your injuries.  If you live in Ottawa, the College of Physicians and Surgeons identifies the available physiatrists as follows:   Acharya,   Meenaxi Surendra Elisabeth   [...]

GCS of 9 or Below as a Basis for Catastrophic Injury After an Ontario Accident

The Ottawa personal injury team at Auger Hollingsworth was recently successful at having our client identified as having suffered a catastrophic injury on the eve of a FSCO arbitration.  The insurer had denied that our client was catastrophically injured, despite the fact that she was noted to have suffered a [...]

Ottawa Injury Lawyer: Understanding the Glasgow Coma Scale

Ottawa Injury Lawyer: Understanding the Glasgow Coma Scale If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Ottawa, you may have heard of the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), which is a system used by doctors to evaluate and diagnose the symptoms associated with TBI. [...]

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