Personal Injury Faq’s

Explaining The Standard of Care In Ontario

During the typical personal injury case, the plaintiff claims that the defendant did not do what an ordinary, reasonable, prudent and cautious person would have done in the same situation. Yet not every defendant can be described as an ordinary man or woman. When that is the case, there is a different definition for Ontario’s

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Mythical Aspects of Imagined Personal Injury Lawsuits

Sometimes an adult that has a verifiable personal injury lawsuit dreams-up a mythical reason for refusing the hire a lawyer. This writer has witnessed what can happen when an adult gives-in to that myth-fueled reasoning. So, this writer knows what can happen if someone believes that lawyers try to get rich by accepting frivolous cases.

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Reviewing The Concept of Negligence

Someone that has become careless and neglectful has demonstrated the type of behavior associated with negligence. That person has neglected to show a duty of care towards others or towards himself/herself. An accident usually takes place when someone has failed to exhibit a reasonable level of care, in order to prevent the occurrence of injuries.

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The Benefits And Drawbacks To Witness Evidence

Even children have learned to appreciate the benefits and drawbacks to witness accounts. For instance, children welcome supportive statements from friends, but despise statements from snitches. In a courtroom, a snitch’s honesty is respected. Still, the court strives to determine the veracity of the account given by any of the witnesses.

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