A Big Step Forward for Victims

A Big Step Forward for Victims

On March 9, 2016, Bill 132, Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment) 2016 received royal assent.

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Better Oversight for Health Clinics

Better Oversight for Health Clinics

On Thursday, May 5, Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins announced he plans to implement 12 recommendations to bolster accountability, regulation, quality and safety in the increasing number of non-hospital health clinics in Ontario.

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Canadian Supreme Court Continues to Prove its Worth

Canadian Supreme Court Continues to Prove its Worth

Note: This blog was originally published for the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

supreme court, canada, supreme court of canada, personal injury lawyers, trenton personal injury lawyers, belleville personal injury lawyers, bancroft personal injury lawyers. cobourg personal injury lawyers, motor vehicle accident, car crash lawyer, injury lawyer, bonn law, bonn law office, kris bonn, kristian bonn, george bonn, joelle briggs-sears, ruth roberts, ammar hussein, chris fleuryOn Thursday June 11, 2015, our Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the law limiting medical marijuana to dry leaves infringes on Canadians liberty and security of person protected by section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Court was unanimous in ruling that medical marijuana can be legally consumed in a range of ways, from cannabis-infused cookies and brownies to cooking oils and teas. The Court stated:

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What Happens When Airbags Maim

What Happens When Airbags Maim

Airbags have been one of the most important safety developments for motor vehicles, saving thousands of lives and preventing catastrophic injuries. But at times airbags can maim and kill.

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Increased Insurance Premiums, Fewer Benefits: Auto Accident Victims Lose Again

Increased Insurance Premiums, Fewer Benefits: Auto Accident Victims Lose Again

On the heels of the report that auto insurers are making billions of dollars in Ontario, the Liberal government has announced further massive cuts to benefits guaranteeing that auto insurers will make billions more in insurance premiums! For those most seriously and critically injured, the changes are drastic — a 50% reduction in coverage. There will also be changes to make it more difficult for injured victims to qualify for the enhanced coverage. The reductions include:

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