Recreational Helmet Use

Recreational Helmet Use Warm spring weather brings the annual renewal of our natural world and with it a surge in traumatic head injuries from increased use of bicycles, motorcycles and ATVs. Many of these terrible injuries could be prevented through the use of certified helmets. Leading Canadian neurosurgeon, Dr Charles Tator, compares the human brain to a bowl … Continued

Contributory Negligence: Where The Plaintiff Is Partly At-Fault

Contributory Negligence: Where The Plaintiff Is Partly At-Fault In personal injury litigation, the concept of liability/fault is not “black or white;” meaning, a car accident, slip and fall, or other traumatic event causing injury need not be the fault of one person or the other.  Rather, there may be circumstances where the injured person bringing the lawsuit (the “Plaintiff”) can be held at-fault … Continued

Can Distracted Walking Hurt Your Case?

By Lucy Jackson

Can Distracted Walking Hurt Your Case Lucy Jackson Final Can “distracted walking” hurt your case? We have all experienced walking on the sidewalk and being stuck behind a “slow walker” or unexpectedly being bumped into by someone with their head down and eyes glued to their phone screen. Although this can be a mere inconvenience for some pedestrians, what does it mean for pedestrian … Continued