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Posts filed under: Victims Rights

Talking Medical Malpractice in the Age of COVID-19: You still have rights

The consequences of this pandemic will be long-lasting and multidimensional. Everyone is stressed; Our front line workers are overworked and worried about their health and safety. Our government is trying to balance the interests of the economy and public health...
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Will Google Replace Lawyers in 5 Years?

As technology advances many are concerned that some jobs will disappear over the next decade.  This discussion has focused on robots replacing manufacturing jobs and self-driving technology replacing truck drivers. We believe other more educated professionals may be at risk...
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London ParaMed Patients May Have Been Exposed to HIV and Hepatitis

Should you be worried? Four London ParaMed clinics failed to properly sterilize their instruments and the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) have now suggested that anyone who has received wound care from any of the following clinics in the last ten...
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What Ontarian’s Need to Know Before Legalization

Cannabis will become recreational in Canada on October 17th; however, like Alcohol sales in Canada, each province has taken a different approach. Leaving many to wonder what will recreational cannabis look like for Ontarians? Kathleen Wynne’s premiership had set up...
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Putting Our Children at Risk for the Sake of Beauty

Why Doesn’t Figure Skating Require Helmet Use Like Other Sports? Concussions are a pressing and current issue; many sports organizations are facing pressure from concussion advocates who range from professional athletes, parents, past players, and even just lovers of sports. The...
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Personal Injury Greatest Hits and Lessons Learned

5. Indoor Playground Case – Waivers Cannot Correct Negligence Represented a client whose child was injured at an indoor playground. The staff and owners tried to encourage my client to sign a waiver at the scene. Thankfully, they called me...
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Can the Police Seize Your Blood Without Consent

A disturbing video surfaced on social media last week of a nurse in Utah being arrested for refusing to allow police to draw blood from an unconscious patient. The video, captured on a police body camera, shows Alex Wubbels, a...
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Social Media and The Destruction of Your Personal Injury Case

Just over a decade ago no one had a smart phone.  Think about how much our society has changed.  Unfortunately, the laws are slow to catch up and our addictions will affect us in ways we have not imagined. Any...
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What To Do If You Get Into An Accident On Vacation

When it comes to going on vacation you are focused on the joy to come with your loved ones.  At Millars we try to forearm you with useful information that protects against unexpected legal issues and risks. Most people drive...
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How Small Claims Court Can Boost Your Business

Knowing These 5 Things About Small Claims Court Can Save Your Business Thousands 1. If You are Successful it Won’t Cost You… The Courts of Justice Act provides claimants with protection from costs associated with protecting their interests. Claimants are...
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