A Guide to Medical Malpractice Litigation in Manitoba

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The Criminal Charge Process

Being criminally charged is an intimidating process that should be guided by an experienced defense lawyer to ensure the best possible outcome. The criminal charge process is difficult to navigate without education and experience. Without legal representation, a person facing criminal conviction in any situation may experience more severe penalties and longer sentences. The criminal… View Article

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Defining medical malpractice

The term medical malpractice is used to describe an incident when a health care professional or provider is neglectful in providing appropriate treatment for a patient, fails to take appropriate action or gives subpar treatment that results in the harm, injury or death of the individual. Defining medical malpractice – Canada’s situation In most cases,… View Article

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Slip and Fall Accidents – Legal Case Checklist

Slip and fall accidents can be traumatic, both physically and emotionally. After the initial shock of the fall goes away, it’s important to take the proper actions. These actions are important should there be legal proceedings. Slip and Fall Accidents – review the area To begin, you want to review the area. Determine if factors… View Article

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What is the difference between a Commissioner for Oaths and a Notary Public?

You may encounter documents or application instructions that require you to attend before a Commissioner for Oaths or Notary Public in Manitoba. It is important that you ensure you make an appointment with the right individual before submitting your documents. Commissioner for Oaths In Manitoba, a Commissioner for Oaths is certified to witness signatures on… View Article

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