February 2016 Archives

Ottawa Lawyers Clarify New Pedestrian Crosswalk

ottawa-lawyers-pedestrian-crosswalk-regulations-658x278.jpgTips and tricks to navigate new regulations

Constantly changing regulations can be confusing to navigate without clarification. Ottawa lawyers can help make sense of it all. Here, we highlight some of the rules and regulations that have been changed and old laws that may have been affected.

How Fault Is Determined in a Dog Bite Case

dog-attack-bite-658x278.jpgInformation from an Ottawa Dog Bite Lawyer

When a dog attacks you, the suddenness and severity of a dog bite can leave you reeling while you try and assess the situation at hand. An Ottawa dog bite lawyer will tell you that the owner of the dog is liable for any damages resulting from the bite or attack, and that compensation may be sought depending on the case. Knowing how fault is determined in a dog bite case will shed light on whether there is a leg to stand on if and when you are bitten or attacked by a dog.

Ottawa Lawyers Talk Snowmobile Safety & Insurance

ottawa-car-accident-lawyer-snowmobile-640x278.jpgThings an Ottawa Car Accident Lawyer Wants You to Know Before Hitting the Trails

Canada is home to many winter sports. There's something for everyone, whether it's skating, tobogganing, skiing, or snowshoeing. But if you're looking for something a little more fast-paced, then snowmobiling might be right up your alley. Before you purchase or handle a snowmobile, there are a few important things your local Ottawa car accident lawyers want you to know. As with any recreational vehicle, it's important to know the proper safety precautions. Like any other vehicle, your snowmobile must be insured before use in case of injury or accident.

5 Tips from Ottawa Slip and Fall Lawyers

ottawa-slip-and-fall-lawyer-640x278.jpgYou Can Avoid Slips and Falls on Your Ottawa Property

Personal injury cases are often the result of negligence. Negligence occurs when a person directly or indirectly causes harm to another person through inaction, most often by failure to perform a duty of care. As a property owner you have a legal responsibility to take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of guests on your property. Here, Ottawa slip and fall lawyers share five easy steps property owners can take to avoid accidents on their property that can be both injurious and costly.

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