Liability Issues For Autonomous Or “Driverless” Vehicles In Ontario

With the recent advent or arrival of autonomous or “driverless” vehicles, it’s obvious that the future has arrived in Ontario Province. Little did we know that technologies such as anti-lock braking systems and cruise control would be the forerunners of vehicles that are able to drive themselves without human intervention. Science fiction you ask? It may seem like it. However, one thing is certain. They are a reality and so are many liabilities that will exist whenever they are involved in an accident. And that is why the services of a personal injury lawyer in St. Catharines will be never-ending. Read More

Tips For Fighting Denial of Application For Canadian Pension Plan Benefits

Residents of Ontario have the opportunity to pay into the Canadian Pension Program (CPP). Due to the CPP’s ability to deliver long term disability benefits to qualified residents of Ontario, those same men and women can apply for such benefits. Of course, not every applicant enjoys the pleasure of being accepted, as someone that deserves such a benefit. Read More