(519) 657-1529
Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers. Proudly Serving London, Sarnia and Southwestern Ontario |

Posts filed under: Press

LSAT Advice From a Successful Lawyer and Former Military Instructor

The biggest threat to a test taker is anxiety and time. Young people are often fixated on not failing, so they waste time in preparatory activities and seek courses and safe places to get ready gradually and they avoid the...
Continue Reading →

CORONAVIRUS: A Warning to Employers During Covid-19 Social Distancing

The world, as we know it, is on hold for the time being. We all must socially distance ourselves in order to flatten the curve and stop the spread of this virus. Many employers have pulled the plug on their...
Continue Reading →

Can DNA Tests Prevent You From Getting Life Insurance?

Are there hidden risks with DNA tests like 23andME? Can they prevent you from getting life insurance or health benefits? This holiday season many of you might have received a DNA kit to trace back your family tree and genetic...
Continue Reading →

#Me too…For Men

If I can tell my story in a public forum without embarrassment, I hope other victims can tell theirs and start the healing process. The recent media coverage of sexual assaults against women has led to a progressive campaign that...
Continue Reading →

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...
Continue Reading →

Does A Monkey Have Rights? Are They Protected by Copyright Laws?

A discussion over a monkey who loves the camera was in session on Wednesday in the federal appeals court in San Francisco. A panel of three judges heard two sides of an argument for whether or not an animal can...
Continue Reading →

5 Things YOU need to know about the New Laws on Cellphone Contracts

As of Wednesday, Canadian consumer’s cell phone contract obligations have changed. The biggest change affects those locked into 3-year wireless agreements. CRTC’s first crack at a wireless code went into effect in late 2013. That agreement mostly applies to new...
Continue Reading →

Don’t Be Fooled by Misleading Legal Billboards

You would think that honesty is important when it comes to hiring a lawyer. I at least do. This is why it confuses me when I see the recent rash of misleading billboard advertising that is all over London and...
Continue Reading →

Why Merging Early Doesn’t Make You a Good Person

You know that guy, the guy that everybody hates, the one guy that waits until the last minute to merge in a construction zone. We come across this moment too often, especially with the construction detours that feel like they...
Continue Reading →

Should you break the window if a dog is inside a hot car?

Last summer a video from Grand Bend went viral when a man took it upon himself to break into a hot car when a dog was stuck inside on an extremely humid day. Watch the video: https://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/police-to-would-be-dog-rescuers-dont-break-that-car-window/81927 This caused some...
Continue Reading →