Drug possession charges – Exploring Canadian Criminal Law Series
Under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA), it is illegal to knowingly have any illicit substances under personal possession at any time, regardless of to these substances belong. They can include such drugs as heroin, amphetamines, and cocaine. Possession of cannabis (marijuana), on the other hand, is no longer forbidden under the Criminal Code… Read More
Assault charges – Exploring Canadian Criminal Law Series
According to Statistics Canada, there are almost 500 reported assaults per 100,000 people in Canada. An assault charge can come in many different forms. Assault charges and penalties vary widely. What you are going through might not be the same for the next individual. If you are in urgent need of assistance with an assault… Read More
Criminal liability and novel coronavirus (COVID-19) – what you need to know
In the COVID-19 pandemic world, many people are wondering about the ramifications that the coronavirus is having on criminal liability. For example, could a person be held criminally responsible in Canada if they infect another person? What could happen if that person dies or suffers from serious injuries or disabilities due to COVID-19? Can those… Read More
An in-depth look at contractual dispute litigation
Contract law is at the heart of commerce between individuals, businesses, and all other groups. If something goes wrong with a sale, project, business deal or any other situation that involves a an agreement, you may need the help of a team of experienced contractual dispute litigation lawyers. What is a contractual dispute? Contractual disputes… Read More
Insurance litigation legal case
Insurance policies are commonly seen as an all-encompassing safety net. You take out insurance to protect yourself from various issues (health problems, property damage, car accidents, etc.) and hope that you never have to make a claim. If ever the worst-case scenario comes true, then the insurance policy can protect you financially. It can cover… Read More
Common medical errors which lead to medical malpractice claims
Most medical professionals work to support and care for their patients. At times, breaches in standards resulting in negligence by medical professionals are made which can lead to legal complications. Often, these complications are difficult for all parties and require legal support to help sort out the issue. Here is a list of some of… Read More
How to Find the Best Personal Injury Lawyer for your Claim
Seeking compensation for a personal injury, no matter the severity, requires preparation of various kinds. A person claiming pain and suffering from a personal injury needs to not only gather the necessary evidence for their lawyer, but they will also need to prepare themselves mentally as well. It’s crucial a person finds an experienced, skilled… Read More
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,… Read More
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… Read More
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… Read More
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