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21/12/20

Holiday Events – now known as “Social Gatherings”

It’s December and the temperatures have dipped however that’s the only familiarity I have with this year’s holiday season. My family doesn’t celebrate Christmas from a religious perspective, but we...

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Holiday Events – now known as “Social Gatherings”

21/12/20

It’s December and the temperatures have dipped however that’s the only familiarity I have with this year’s holiday season. My family doesn’t celebrate Christmas from a religious perspective, but we certainly enjoy the festive spirit and season. It is a...

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COVID-19 vaccine injuery lawsuits – Don’t count on it

24/11/20

The entire world is eagerly awaiting completion of the final trials of a COVID-19 vaccine. The Canadian government has reportedly secured deals to obtain the vaccine and has commenced plans for effective distribution. As a personal injury lawyer, I am...

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Law Girl Blog: Halloween

28/10/20

I have grown to enjoy Halloween more as an adult than I did as a child. Usually, Halloween falling on a weekend like this year would mean even more fun and excitement for everyone. I love watching my kids’ faces...

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Lake Safety

31/07/20

Canada has more lakes than any other country in the world. This year with borders closed and travel restrictions due to COVID-19, an increased number of people are exploring all of our gorgeous lakes which is amazing except unfortunately, this...

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Courts During COVID-19

10/07/20

It’s been almost four months since the courts in Ontario closed and Premier Ford announced a state of emergency for this province. Three months since that historic moment when I watched Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tell Canadians, “It’s time to...

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I Was Denied Long-Term Disability Caused by COVID-19. What Can I Do?

1/04/20

People purchase long-term disability insurance policies specifically for times like these. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has plagued nearly the entire world, and there have been more than 6,000 cases in Canada alone. Unfortunately, many people suffering from the coronavirus and...

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Appealing a Short-Term Disability Denial Caused by Coronavirus

1/04/20

You purchased a short-term disability insurance policy to protect yourself financially if you became injured or ill and were unable to work for a period of time. Unfortunately, insurance companies don’t always prioritize the needs of their policyholders.  If you...

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Elder Abuse Concerns Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

1/04/20

It is no secret that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has had the largest impact on the elderly. Across the world the people who have been most susceptible to respiratory damage of the coronavirus are those over the age of 50...

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What to Do if Your Child Contracted the Coronavirus at Daycare

1/04/20

As of publication, licensed Toronto daycare centres and after-school programs were ordered to be closed from March 14, 2020 through April 5, 2020, with the potential for closures to continue even longer due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) becoming a...

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The Effects of Cyberbullying on Children

13/03/20

Social media platforms and the internet as a whole can be a dangerous place for children. Probably the first thing that comes to mind is protecting your children from predators. But sometimes, the predators are actually your child’s peers.  Cyberbullying...

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