These Boots Are Made For Walkin’: Slip Resistant Footwear For Toronto’s Icy Winters!

Brampton personal injury lawyers know from experience that slip and fall injuries on icy surfaces can result in a variety of injuries. Ranging from simple cuts, bruises and sprains, people can suffer traumatic brain injury, skull/spine/neck fractures, serious facial and dental damage, internal bleeding, impact and crush injuries, broken bones and more.

Most of these accidents are not accidental. They’re caused by someone else’s fault or negligence. Though these mishaps occur in a split-second, their effects can often last an entire lifetime. They impose enormous physical, financial and emotional burdens on not just the injured person, but often on the entire family.


If you or a dear one has been injured in a slip and fall accident, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer with expertise and knowledge in dealing with similar cases.  You may be entitled to compensation but there are several complex medical, legal and insurance issues involved that are difficult to understand and deal with.

Falls May Cause Serious Injuries

Falls are the staple stuff of comedy in films and theater but in reality, they’re nothing to laugh about. WHO facts and figures reveal that more than 400,000 people die from falls globally. Older people are the demographic at highest risk and a fall is often fatal at this stage in their lives. Pregnant women are another high risk group because the fall can not only cause serious damage to the mother but also to the unborn child.

Who’s Liable?

In general, under the Occupier’s Liability Act, it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that premises owned/occupied by them or their authorized agents are kept in a condition of reasonable safety for all those who visit for a legitimate purpose.


In some cases, certain actions by the injured person may also have contributed to the injuries. A thorough investigation of the case and presentation of the facts will establish the proportion of liability on both sides. Our Brampton slip and fall injury lawyers can conduct independent investigations into the case. This will assist you to put together a robust claim for compensation.

Slip Resistant Footwear

Given the length and intensity of Toronto winters, researches have been working tirelessly to come up with long-term solutions to prevent falls on icy sidewalks, entrances and exits to buildings, driveways, etc.

A recent study conducted by the iDAPT team at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-University Health Network tested 98 pairs of non-slip winter footwear available currently in the market. They found that just 8% of these boots met minimum slip resistance standards.

New materials like thermoplastic polyurethane or TPU help to grip icy surfaces and increase traction. Such materials are being tested in labs where conditions are simulated to replicate Canada’s harsh winters, complete with ice, slush, wind, driving rain, hail, heavy snow etc.

One of the issues with slip resistant footwear is that it becomes less effective over time. Slip resistant boots and shoes rarely last for more than one or two winters. Because they’re expensive, people rarely replace them when they show early signs of wear, thus increasing the risks of falling.

Our slip and fall injury lawyers can ensure that your rights are protected and interests safeguarded while we help you get the compensation you deserve.


Stroke Induced Disabilities: More Medical Malpractice Suits Predicted

When blood flow to the brain is restricted, it results in cell-death and what follows is known as a Cerebro-Vascular Accident (CVA) more commonly known as a “stroke.” Strokes can also be caused by bleeding inside the brain.

Some strokes can result in death, while others leave the patient temporarily or permanently disabled. They can also cause increased vulnerability to other conditions and diseases, emotional and cognitive disorders, mood swings, language and speech difficulties etc. The symptoms can range from dizziness, severe headaches, vision disturbances, numbness, weakness to difficulties in walking, slurred speech etc.

Surviving A Stroke

Immediate medical attention is required to limit the damage to the brain and also reduce the extent of resultant disability. Strokes are often misdiagnosed or the symptoms are disregarded by negligent or busy health-care professionals. This can result in huge consequences for the patient and families of such patients.

Fatal strokes have reduced considerably in number across Canada, and today, studies show that there is an almost 83% survival rate. However, surviving a stroke brings its own set of issues that the patient and family have to deal with. Severe physical, financial and emotional burdens are imposed on the patient and all those involved in caring for the patient.

Recent data shows that nearly 405,000 people have survived a stroke and are living with a variety of disabilities. The figures are projected to be even higher by 2038, where almost 750,000 Canadians may be living with stroke-induced disabilities.

One of the reasons for these alarming figures could be the rapidly aging population across the country. Improvements in medical care also result in higher survival rates, but as David Sculthorpe, CEO of the Heart and Stroke Foundation warns, we need to do even more in “raising awareness of the signs of stroke and improving prevention and care.”

Stroke Treatments

When the stroke occurs, the immediate emergency treatment focuses on stabilizing the system. Following this, a rigorous and systematic treatment plan has to be put in place to limit the destructive effects of the stroke.

The treatment for dealing with strokes should include:

  • Early intervention in a stroke rehabilitation unit attached to a hospital
  • Subacute treatment
  • Rehabilitation
  • Home-based therapy
  • Outpatient therapy
  • Long-term patient care for onsite treatment or nursing care if required

Often doctors focus on helping the patient survive the stroke, but where they may fall short is in providing the appropriate follow-up care. This can lead to prolonged periods of disability, deterioration in brain function, failure to fully recover etc.

If you or a dear one has suffered a stroke due to misdiagnosis, or failed to receive the proper follow-up treatment, it’s important to consult an experienced, qualified and knowledgeable personal injury lawyer who has dealt with similar cases earlier.

Types of Misdiagnosis

Health-care workers/Doctors may fail to:

  • Analyze patient history/records
  • Monitor patient in the hospital
  • Perform CT/MRI scan
  • Discharge patient without proper work-up
  • Consult neurologist/neuro-surgeon
  • Provide clot-dissolving medications

Keeping these factors in mind, in some cases, failure to prevent, diagnose or treat strokes can be construed as medical malpractice. An experienced personal injury lawyer can advise/assist/advocate for you in such a situation.

Drivers’ Responsibilities: Right Of Way vs Exercising Proper Care and Safety

A decision by a trial court judge, which was upheld on appeal brought into sharp focus the fact that right of way rules do not in any way provide protection against liability for an accident.

The City of Ottawa was ordered to pay $2 million in damages in a 2008 crash that caused the death of three people. An OC Transpo bus on a green light had T-boned the SUV in which five youngsters were traveling. Though the SUV driver had been drinking heavily, driving erratically and running a red light, the judgment still held the bus driver responsible partially for not applying proper safety measures.

The Gardiner v MacDonald Case

Ben Gardiner and four of his friends had visited the Carleton University graduate students’ bar, another pub, and a karaoke bar prior to the accident. Mark MacDonald, the driver of the SUV in which they had been traveling was reported by eyewitnesses to have been driving erratically and running several red lights before the fatal collision which occurred at an intersection at 2 am.

The bus driver who had more than two decades’ experience was found to have been moderately over the speed limit, though he had right of way on green at that intersection. He was also found to have briefly checked his rear-view mirrors at the intersection (as the drivers’ manual in fact enjoins him to do) thus taking his attention away momentarily from the road.

Two of the passengers and the driver, MacDonald, were killed while two passengers survived. Gardiner and his family sued the city, the  pubs and MacDonald’s estate for compensation due to negligent driving. Another deceased victim’s family also sued.

Since toxicology reports confirmed that MacDonald had been drinking, his insurers declined coverage and had to pay only the minimum $200,000 which was split between the plaintiffs. Hence, though the municipality was apportioned only 20% of the fault in the accident, it was the City which had to pay the bulk of damages, as all other parties were unable to pay. This is due to the principle of joint and several liability contained in insurance regulations.

The bus driver and the city appealed, but their application was turned down and the trial judge’s decision was upheld.

Right of Way vs Safe and Alert Driving

In this particular case, the judgment was based on important factors that include:

  • Drivers with right of way must still exercise proper care and proceed only when it’s safe to do so
  • Professional drivers are to be held to a higher standard of care than the general public. The bus driver in question was a highly experienced driver.
  • The bus driver was driving above speed limit in poor weather and road conditions.
  • The speed rendered the bus driver unable to react quickly enough at the intersection.
  • Drivers with right of way may also be found partially responsible for accidents.

If you or a dear one has been injured, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer to advise and assist you with claiming the compensation you deserve. Our knowledgeable and skilled car accident lawyers can help safeguard your rights and protect your interests.

Road Safety For Cyclists: Lessons To Be Learned From Ottawa Accidents

The recent tragedy involving a young cyclist who was killed in a collision on a Laurier Ave. bike lane in Ottawa sent shock waves throughout the community. The 23-year old cyclist, daughter of a Bangladeshi diplomat, was apparently “right hooked” by a truck and died immediately. This location is fast gaining the reputation of being an accident hot-spot for cyclists, since at least three serious accidents have occurred here over a span of just five days.

Ottawa is one of Canada’s leaders in promoting cycling as transportation for its citizens. People like Share The Road executive director Jamie Stuckless have chosen to live here for precisely this reason. Raised cycle tracks, planned connections and off-road paths for cyclists are among the features that make the city an excellent option for cycling enthusiasts. In fact, an increased cycling population does ensure that more long-term safety features are installed and better motorist awareness is created in the local community.

What’s the Right Hook?

The “right hook” is something that all cyclists dread and fear. It happens when a motorist right in front of the cyclist makes a right turn, cutting off the cyclist. This usually happens because the motorist misreads the cyclist’s intentions and speed. It can prove very dangerous for the unwary cyclist because motorists hardly ever check the narrow space on their right while making the turn. Cyclists need to be more alert, proactive and assertive but this may not be enough if the motor-vehicle is traveling at high speed.

Most intersections are hazard points and cyclists need to maintain visibility and remain in charge. Cycling skills, knowledge of the rules and an alert frame of mind can go a long way in ensuring your own safety.

If you or a dear one has been injured in a cycling accident caused by a careless or negligent motorist, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer with expertise in dealing with cycling accidents. You may be entitled to compensation. 

Cyclists’ Rights and Rules 

The Ottawa accident has refueled the debate on biker safety. Soon after the accident, a crowd of concerned citizens gathered outside the Ottawa City Hall to call for more safety measures regarding cyclists in the city.

Cyclists have the same rights as pedestrians. Since they are on slower moving vehicles, cyclists need to stay on the right of the road to let faster-moving vehicles pass. They also need to maintain optimum distance from parked vehicles on the right.

They have a legal right to occupy the center of the lane if that’s the safer option.

They must use safety equipment and wear protective gear.

They must stop for red lights, obey all other traffic signs and ride in designated direction on one-ways.

They may not carry passengers.

If you’re wheeling your bicycle on a highway for some reason, you’re considered to be a pedestrian and must follow the required rules.

They must be specially alert while traveling in groups, passing larger vehicles like trucks and also crossing rail or streetcar tracks.

Following the necessary rules and regulations, and being aware of your rights can help you have a safer cycling experience.

Inclusive classrooms: Benefits for children with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities

Autism or the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by social skills deficits, certain repetitive behaviors, difficulties with speech and communication, behavioral issues, and sometimes, certain highly developed faculties and unique strengths. It is not a well-defined condition and the causes are still largely indefinite. They may include genetic and environmental factors.

Autism Speaks  one of the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organizations, provides useful information about the condition. Identifiable signs and symptoms begin to appear by age 2-3 and sometimes even earlier. There may be developmental delays and multiple disabilities in the child and these may also be diagnosed around the same time. Today, nearly 1/68 children are diagnosed with ASD around the world.

Other developmental disabilities like Down’s Syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder, cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, etc can also impact the person’s ability to integrate into the social, economic and educational structure.

Inclusiveness and Educational Institutions

Historically, inclusion as a fundamental right was first advocated in the 1950s. Until then, children with disabilities were considered less competent to learn. However, with more awareness and information becoming available, the importance of early learning and interventions in childhood settings, “where immense growth, acquiring knowledge, skills and abilities in several interconnected realms – social, emotional, physical, self-help or adaptive” (First Steps To Preschool Inclusion: Gupta and Henninger) gained relevance.

The authors of the above quoted research study also noted that, “Research shows that high-quality inclusion can help young children make gains that are visible not only during preschool but also realized much later in life.” 


How Do Children With Disabilities Benefit From Inclusion?

Early intervention may not be the magic bullet that can transform the lives of children with disabilities, but there are several significant long-term gains to be made. These benefits have a lasting impact on the person’s life and can smooth the path to better integration and achievement of human growth potential.

Inclusion from a human rights viewpoint also sensitizes society around the individual and promotes feelings of equality, dignity and respect.

These are the main areas where inclusion has an impact:

  • Helps child to develop positive socio-emotional skills
  • Promotes relationship building skills
  • Helps acquire and use knowledge including use of computers, language, literacy
  • Inculcates development of self-help skills like grooming, feeding, hygiene etc
  • Learn to exhibit more positive social and emotional behaviors from peer models
  • Learn to generalize and apply their social skills to new social interactions (especially relevant for children with autism)

Research scholar at Montreal University, Kathleen O’Grady, herself the parent of a child with autism, recounts her own personal experience of her son’s participation in an integrated public school system. The outcome has been extremely positive, with encouraging responses from the school system, peers and educators involved in the school.

A consistent psycho-educational approach, with focus on the changing and evolving needs of children with disabilities as they grow can certainly benefit this population and also add value to human and social interactions, while helping to understand and accept such conditions in people with special needs.

Toronto Car Accident Lawyers: Cyclist–Motor-vehicle Collisions

Cyclists Are Vulnerable! 

Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers handle cases where bicyclists have been seriously injured in collisions with motor-vehicles.

A 1999 study showed that nearly 48% of Torontonians were cyclists, while more than 55% owned bicycles. Nearly 20% of the city’s population were utilitarian cyclists. They used their bicycles to commute to work/school, for shopping, traveling, visiting, doing errands etc.

Keeping this in mind, cycle transportation has been officially covered under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act. Toronto also has a Toronto Bike Plan to create infrastructure for this increasing population. Cyclists are duty bound to obey all traffic rules, signaling, staying on designated paths and areas, etc.

When bicycles and motor-vehicles collide, it’s the cyclist who is more vulnerable, being completely exposed to the forces of impact, even though they may wear protective gear like helmets, knee/elbow protection etc.

However, accidents can and do happen, most of them caused by someone’s fault or negligence. If you or a dear one has been injured in a cycle-motor-vehicle collision, contact the nearest personal injury lawyer in Toronto. You may be entitled to compensation.

Compensation Information

Consult experienced Toronto car accident lawyer with specific experience in successfully dealing with similar cases. They should be familiar with cycling laws/insurance regulations, current rulings/amendments/relevant changes to the Traffic/Insurance Acts, medical issues etc.

Each accident is unique and the circumstances surrounding each are highly individualistic. Compensation is available to injured parties from:

  • Insurance of car/cars involved in the crash
  • Cyclist’s own car insurance
  • Cyclist’s spouse’s car insurance
  • Car insurance of someone cyclist was dependent on
  • Ontario Accident Benefits Claims Fund 

Injured victims can also sue the negligent driver for monetary compensation.

Important Legal Aspects 

No-fault benefits are available to all those injured, regardless of fault, in automobile accidents in Ontario.

Auto insurance is mandatory in Ontario. Damages are available upto the policy limits. Experienced Toronto personal injury lawyers can advise you that cyclists are considered as “pedestrians” under the Highway Traffic Act. There is a “reverse onus” on car drivers to prove that the accident did not occur due to their fault/negligence.

We ensure that your rights are protected, help you get the compensation you deserve and your life back on track. 

If you, your family or a friend has been injured in an accident, please feel free to speak to one of our injury lawyers for a free consultation about how we are able to assist in making a personal injury claim. We consult in all cities across Ontario with a no win no fee guarantee. Our personal injury lawyers have helped victims secure millions of dollars in personal injury cases. Call us Toll Free On our 24/7 Injury Hotline: 1 – 844 495 7333 or Text a Personal Injury ‎Lawyer 24/7 and get instant help. (416 931 5015)

Mississauga Slip and Fall Accidents: What Lawyer Should I Hire?

The Right Lawyer Is More Likely To Deliver Successful Outcomes 

Mississauga personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers know from experience that serious slip and fall accidents can be extremely traumatic. The injuries may range from simple sprains, cuts, bruises to serious, life-altering injuries, disability, disfigurement or even death.

If you or a dear one has been injured in a slip and fall accident, contact the nearest personal injury lawyer in Mississauga. You may be entitled to compensation.

While consulting a lawyer immediately is important, it’s also crucial to hire the services of the right lawyer.

The law, like all other fields, has become highly specialized. Certain lawyers and law firms tend to regularly handle certain types of cases. This means they gain a deeper and more extensive understanding of the complex legal, medical and insurance issues involved.

Select Mississauga slip and fall injury lawyer with the right:

  • Experience
  • Focus
  • Reputation and track-record
  • Objectivity
  • Personality

The area of personal injury law is extremely vast. You need the services of an experienced Mississauga personal injury lawyer with experience in handling similar cases. Slip and fall accidents tend to be extremely complex because of the issues of establishing ownership, negligence and impact of injuries.

When our 24 hour injury lawyers meet with clients, we focus on the client’s interests, requirements, circumstances, financial and medical problems, keeping your interests uppermost and protecting your rights.

Lawyers with a reputation and successful track-record are more likely to boost your chances of better outcomes. Their previous dealings with insurers, claims-adjusters, other lawyers and familiarity with current issues and rulings helps to add value to your claim.

Accidents are traumatic events and victims/family-members are usually focused on getting their lives back on track. They may not be familiar with the complicated issues involved in resolving a claim. They’re also vulnerable to tactics and manipulation by insurers. We ensure that objectivity is maintained.

Unless clients are truly comfortable with their lawyers, it can be difficult to work with them. We ensure that you’re treated with respect and dignity, kept regularly updated and in the loop regarding all decisions. 

If you, your family or a friend has been injured in an accident, please feel free to speak to one of our injury lawyers for a free consultation about how we are able to assist in making a personal injury claim. We consult in all cities across Ontario with a no win no fee guarantee. Our personal injury lawyers have helped victims secure millions of dollars in personal injury cases. Call us Toll Free On our 24/7 Injury Hotline: 1 – 844 495 7333 or Text a Personal Injury ‎Lawyer 24/7 and get instant help. (416 931 5015)

Brampton Car Accident Lawyers: What To Do Following An Accident

We Provide Advice, Assistance, Advocacy 

Brampton personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers regularly represent clients who have been injured in car accidents. Such victims may have sustained injuries as drivers, co-passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, motor-cyclists or other road users. 

Accidents are traumatic events and whatever the nature and extent of injury, they can have an impact on the injured victims and their family-members. 

Dealing with the loss of income/wages or earning capacity and the high medical and rehabilitation expenses puts a severe strain on finances. Additionally, all accidents, whether minor or major result in some kind of emotional trauma. The pain and suffering that victims undergo may also cause severe psychological stress. 

If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, contact the nearest personal injury lawyer in Brampton without delay. You may be entitled to compensation. 

Issues and Challenges 

Most accident victims assume that their insurance coverage will be sufficient to meet their present and future expenses. They’re also entitled to statutory benefits in Ontario, regardless of fault. These are available to co-passengers and pedestrians as well. They’re payable by your own insurers and don’t affect your insurance rates. 

However, in reality, there are several complex legal, medical and insurance issues involved in receiving proper compensation. 

In most cases, there are statute of limitations deadlines that must be followed. Otherwise you could miss the opportunity to file a suit. 

Insurance companies who make the settlement payouts often act in bad faith. They may contest your claim on various technical grounds, or deny/dismiss it. They may use delaying tactics or pressurize you to accept a swift but meager settlement. 

Our experienced Brampton car accident lawyer can ensure that your rights and entitlements are safeguarded. 

Immediate Steps To Take 

Our 24 hour injury lawyers advise: 

  • Inform the police immediately
  • Record names/addresses/contact-details of the other party and witnesses
  • Inform your family doctor immediately, get medical attention
  • Inform your insurance company within 7 working days
  • Inform employer/school
  • Check other insurance coverage (workplace, private plans, school)
  • Preserve all records 

Brampton personal injury lawyers ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process while we help you get the compensation you deserve. 

If you, your family or a friend has been injured in an accident, please feel free to speak to one of our injury lawyers for a free consultation about how we are able to assist in making a personal injury claim. We consult in all cities across Ontario with a no win no fee guarantee. Our personal injury lawyers have helped victims secure millions of dollars in personal injury cases. Call us Toll Free On our 24/7 Injury Hotline: 1 – 844 495 7333 or Text a Personal Injury ‎Lawyer 24/7 and get instant help. (416 931 5015)

Toronto Slip and Fall Injury Lawyers: Your Best Resource When You’re Injured

Advice, Assistance and Advocacy 

Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers provide a variety of services to clients who have suffered injuries in accidents, including slip and fall accidents. 

Most injured victims focus on getting their lives back on track and in the process, they may fail to become aware of their own rights and entitlements. 

If you or a dear one has been injured in a slip and fall accident, contact the nearest personal injury lawyer in Toronto. You may be entitled to compensation. 

Our experienced Toronto slip and fall injury lawyer can assist you not just by representing you in court or at negotiations and conferences with at-fault parties. 

In your initial consultation with us, we provide genuine, honest and realistic opinions and recommendations on the merits of your claim and whether it’s viable in a court system. 

We conduct independent investigations into the circumstances of your accident. This research helps us provide the information and evidence to back your claim. 

Our knowledgeable 24 hour injury lawyers can access police/medical/property records, check social media and defendants’ websites to assemble a body of evidence. Additionally, we can back your claims further with the help of experts, including eyewitnesses, medical experts, employers, care-givers etc. 

Protecting Your Interests 

Injured victims and family-members are extremely vulnerable during such a time. Our Toronto personal injury lawyers ensure that your rights are protected and your interests are kept uppermost throughout the complex and often lengthy claims process. 

Insurance companies who make the settlement payouts may not always act in good faith, because their primary focus is to protect their own business interests. They may deny, dismiss or delay your settlement, or offer meager compensation that would not cover all the damages. 

Slip and fall cases are governed by strict time-frames for filing claims. Proving negligence and ownership, that your injuries are a direct result of the accident, etc can be challenging for those unfamiliar with these issues. 

We keep ourselves updated on the latest rulings in similar cases, the frequent changes in law and insurance regulations and also the local court system procedures. These elements can go a long way in providing the best chance of a positive outcome. 

If you, your family or a friend has been injured in an accident, please feel free to speak to one of our injury lawyers for a free consultation about how we are able to assist in making a personal injury claim. We consult in all cities across Ontario with a no win no fee guarantee. Our personal injury lawyers have helped victims secure millions of dollars in personal injury cases. Call us Toll Free On our 24/7 Injury Hotline: 1 – 844 495 7333 or Text a Personal Injury ‎Lawyer 24/7 and get instant help. (416 931 5015)

Toronto Car Accident Lawyers: Top Reasons To Contact Them

Toronto personal injury lawyers Singh Barristers are the right people to contact after your car accident. If your accident is a minor one which didn’t cause any injuries or damage, then you can skip on seeking legal assistance, but if your car accident was a serious one with injuries and damage to property, you should call our expert Toronto car accident lawyers. The best time to call a lawyer is immediately after the accident as Ontario’s auto insurance laws stipulate that insurance provider needs to be informed within 7 days of the accident. Following are the top reasons why you should call your car accident lawyer:

  • If you or someone else suffered a serious injury: Minor injuries like bruises may not need legal intervention, but if you or your dear one suffered any of these serious injuries, you need to contact a lawyer
  • Fractures
  • Amputation
  • Paralysis
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Brain injury
  • Torn ligaments
  • Internal bleeding

These serious injuries can result in lost wages and major expenditure incurred in recovery and our Toronto car accident lawyers can fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

  • If your insurance company denied your claim: Ontario has no-fault insurance system, meaning you are entitled to accident benefits even if you were the one who caused the accident. So if your insurance company denies your claim due to any reason, contact our car accident lawyers who can get you the fair compensation.
  • If you are accused of causing the accident: Sometimes the negligent party at fault may deflect their blame and accuse you of causing the accident. This not only affects your ability to file a personal injury lawsuit but can also raise your car insurance rates. Our Toronto car accident lawyers can collect the necessary evidence to support your side of the story.
  • If you cannot understand the complex claim process: The process of filing a claim is very complicated and an experienced personal injury lawyer can help you from starting to end.
  • If you are not happy with the compensation given: The insurance company might grant you a compensation, but it may be very inadequate when compared to the injuries suffered by you. Our Toronto car accident lawyer can help you to get adequate compensation.

If you, your family or a friend has been injured in an accident, please feel free to speak to one of our injury lawyers for a free consultation about how we are able to assist in making a personal injury claim. We consult in all cities across Ontario with a no win no fee guarantee. Our personal injury lawyers have helped victims secure millions of dollars in personal injury cases. Call us Toll Free On our 24/7 Injury Hotline: 1 – 844 495 7333 or Text a Personal Injury ‎Lawyer 24/7 and get instant help. (416 931 5015)