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The best way to keep yourself updated on the legal aspects related to accidents and injuries is by reading. At Feifel Gualazzi, we want everyone to know about their rights. Therefore, we have created a few blogs for you to read. This legal literature will help you understand more about the seriousness of your case and how you can help yourself and your loved ones.

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    Understanding Compensation: Types of Legal Losses in Personal Injury Law

    What is loss? It’s a word with many meanings. In Ontario’s legal terms, its purpose is more specific and refers to the physical, mental and financial costs due to an unexpected injury. Several types of loss are eligible for financial compensation if you’re injured in a motor vehicle crash.


    Here are some of the most common losses that can result in compensation in Ontario.

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    What to Do If You’re Involved in An ATV Crash Around Sault Ste Marie

    Riding an ATV is a fun and practical way to get around, but off-road vehicles are also dangerous. More than 500 Canadians have died riding snowmobiles and ATVs since 2018. Accidents and injuries are also common, with many riders and passengers ending up in the emergency room every year.

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    Whiplash: The Realities and Aftermath

    Millions of Canadians suffer from whiplash every year. Although not life-threatening, whiplash symptoms can interfere with your daily life and persist for months or even years.

    Here’s what you need to know about the realities of whiplash.


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    The Cost of Updating a Home for Accessibility Following An Accident

    Did you know that millions of Canadians suffer severe and life-altering injuries in accidents every year? Moreover, injured people often face the added challenge of being discharged from the hospital only to return to a home, vehicle or job that no longer accommodates them. Here’s what you need to know about claiming compensation for accessibility.

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    What You Need to Know About Cycling Accidents in Sault Ste Marie

    Thousands of Canadians are injured every year, and dozens are killed while riding bicycles. Thankfully, cycling is safer than ever due to the widespread use of helmets and the increasingly ubiquitous bike lanes, making drivers more aware of their presence. However, as long as people ride bicycles, accidents are unavoidable. Here’s what you need to know if you or someone you love is involved in a cycling incident in Ontario.

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  • contributory negligence in personal injury law
    Contributory Negligence: Making an Accident Benefits Claim

    If you’ve been injured in an accident and are thinking about starting a personal injury lawsuit, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the notion of contributory negligence. Here’s what you need to know.

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    A Guide to Motor Vehicle Accident Tort Claims

    Under Ontario law, if you’ve been injured in a car accident, you may be able to file a tort claim for recovery of damages your insurance provider doesn’t cover. But before initiating a tort claim, you should know which steps to take and when. Here are some tips for filing a motor vehicle accident tort claim.

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  • dealing with ptsd after an accident
    How To Prove Emotional Distress And Claim Compensation

    If you’ve been in an accident, you may experience symptoms of PTSD or emotional issues arising from your physical injuries and rehabilitation. Although emotional distress resulting from an accident is more difficult to quantify than physical injuries, it’s nonetheless a legitimate consideration under the law.

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    The Role of the Insurance Adjuster in a Personal Injury Claim

    After an accident, an insurance adjuster may be your first point of contact in recovering costs for damages or injuries. But in those crucial days just after an accident, how can you be certain they’re offering you the compensation you deserve? Knowing more about the role of insurance adjusters will better prepare you to fight for interests.

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    How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

    The Superior Court of Ontario considers social media posts official documents under the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure. In other words, your social media accounts can be used as evidence to potentially incriminate you in the court of law. That’s why it’s important to use social media responsibly, especially if you find yourself in a personal injury lawsuit. Here’s what you need to know.

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    What You Need To Know About Filing A Personal Injury Claim For A Minor

    If your child has been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to file a personal injury claim on their behalf. Here’s what you need to know.


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    Boating Safety Tips: How To Avoid Making A Personal Injury Claim

    Although boating is a popular summer pastime, you can easily get injured by not following safety protocols. Here’s some information to help prevent you from getting into an accident on the water.

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    What You Need To Know About Claiming Compensation For A Sports Injury

    Although participating in sports and staying active can benefit your overall health, there’s always the possibility of being injured. If you’ve sustained injuries while playing a sport due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. Here’s what you need to know.

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    10 Commonly Used Personal Injury Terms

    Although every personal injury case is unique, there are some legal terms common to nearly every one. Here’s an overview of 10 terms you may come across while making a personal injury claim.

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    What To Do If You’re Injured In A Parking Lot Accident In Ontario

    Although most parking lot accidents are minor fender benders, some can result in severe injuries or death. Depending on the situation, you could also be held liable or be eligible for compensation. Here’s what you need to know.

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    The Difference Between A Personal Injury Claim And Workers’ Compensation

    People often confuse personal injury claims with workers’ compensation. However, there are three distinct differences between the two. Here’s an overview.

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    How To Avoid Making A Personal Injury Claim: Snowmobiling Tips To Stay Safe

    Snowmobiling is a popular winter pastime in Northern Ontario. Although snowmobiles provide hours of fun, it’s easy to wipe out, flip or even crash, which can result in severe injuries. Here’s what you should know to help you avoid getting into an accident.

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    What To Expect If Your Personal Injury Claim Goes To Trial

    Most personal injury claims are settled outside of court. However, if you can’t reach a fair resolution during the mediation process, you may have no other choice but to go to trial. Here’s an overview of what to expect if your personal injury claim goes to court.

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    3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Accepting A Personal Injury Settlement

    Have you been injured in an accident? Did you make a personal injury claim to your insurance company? If so, it’s important to take your time and carefully review your settlement to make sure it includes fair and adequate compensation. Here are three questions to ask yourself before you agree to sign anything.

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  • drunk driving accident Ontario
    What You Need To Know About Drunk Driving And Personal Injury Cases

    Impaired driving continues to be one of the leading causes of injury and death in Canada. If you or a loved one was injured in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario involving a drunk driver, you may be wondering if you can hold the at-fault party accountable for their actions. Here’s an overview of what you should know.

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    4 Tips For Getting The Best Personal Injury Settlement

    It can be hard to put a dollar value on an injury, especially if it’s had a major impact on your life. However, to ensure you get the help you need, it’s a good idea to file an accident benefits claim and recover compensation. Here are four tips for getting the best personal injury compensation possible.

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    4 Ways To Cope With A Wrongful Death

    Dealing with the unexpected death of a loved one can cause immense grief. However, this is especially true if you’ve suddenly lost a family member due to someone else’s negligence. Though the grieving process is different for everyone, here are four things you can do to help get through the mourning period.

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    The Process Of Making An Appeal For A Personal Injury Claim

    Most personal injury claims are settled outside of the courtroom by negotiating with the insurance company of the at-fault party. However, when negotiations fail, a trial may be necessary. If this happens to you, you might also need to think about making an appeal if the outcome isn’t what you expected. Here’s everything you need to know.

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    4 Qualities of a Good Personal Injury Lawyer

    If you or a family member is injured and requires representation, it can be difficult to find a personal injury lawyer that you trust. Here are four things to look for when choosing legal representation to handle your claim.


    1. They specialize in their field
    You should hire a lawyer that specializes specifically in personal injury claims as they’ll have the most in-depth and up-to-date knowledge on key issues and developments. At Feifel Gualazzi, our partners focus solely on personal injury claims and know the field inside and out. Our team of lawyers also attend numerous continuing education seminars to keep abreast of changing legislation.

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    Debunking 4 Common Personal Injury Myths

    Misinformation about personal injury claims may prevent people from getting the help and compensation they deserve. Here are four myths about these types of claims, debunked.

    1. You don’t need to hire a lawyer for minor injuries
    Even seemingly minor injuries can result in long-term disabilities and hefty medical bills. Furthermore, certain injuries such as PTSD and chronic pain may not become evident for days, weeks or even months after the incident. Therefore, it’s important to contact a personal injury lawyer to help you explore your legal options. Regardless of the extent of your injuries, you’re entitled to receive compensation for your damages.

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    When To Sue Following A Car Accident in Ontario

    In Ontario, if you’re involved in a car accident and sustain minor injuries, you’re entitled to receive accident benefits through your insurance company and don’t need to file a lawsuit. However, if you suffer a catastrophic injury due to the negligent or reckless behaviour of another driver or a third party, you may be entitled to sue them for additional compensation.

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    What To Do If You’re Injured In A Car Accident Outside of Ontario

    Getting into a car accident is a traumatizing experience. However, it can be even more stressful and confusing if it happens outside of your home province. Here’s a look at what you need to know if you get into a motor vehicle accident outside of Ontario.

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    Everything You Need to Know About Bicycle Accidents in Ontario

    Many Ontarians are hurt in bike accidents each year, and collisions between cars and bicycles are a common cause of injuries. Mishaps can be avoided, however, by adhering to road safety practices such as using hand signals and obeying road signs. In addition, wearing a helmet is important and can lessen the severity of a cyclist’s injuries and even save their life in the event of an accident.

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    Understanding Contributory Negligence

    In any personal injury case, there’s the claimant (the person injured), and the defendant (the person or entity responsible for those injuries). In many instances, the defendant will use a defence of contributory negligence in an attempt to avoid having to compensate, in part or in full, the claimant for their injuries. Contributory negligence is applicable when the claimant is found to have contributed to their injury in some way. Since courts may split liability between both parties, it’s important for claimants to work with a personal injury lawyer who can act as an advocate on their behalf and fight for their right to receive maximum compensation.

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    What Are The Impacts Of A Brain Injury Sustained In An Accident?

    Unfortunately, the consequences of an accident can sometimes be life-altering. This is particularly the case if you sustain a traumatic brain injury. Although brain injuries are classified based on their severity, even mild forms can have significant repercussions on your daily life.

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  • motorcycle on side of a roadway near sault ste marie
    What To Do If You’re Involved In A Motorcycle Accident

    Motorcycles can be a thrilling means of transportation, but these vehicles also come with considerable risks. If you’re involved in a motorcycle accident — either as the driver, a passenger or a pedestrian — it’s important to know how to proceed. Here are a few things to note.

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  • woman sitting in hospital recovery room beside her wheelchair
    Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries

    Catastrophic injuries are most often caused by motor vehicle accidents and medical malpractice. The serious injuries sustained in these types of accidents can have life-altering implications and lead to significant physical, emotional and financial suffering.

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  • woman sitting on couch with hand on back due to lower chronic back pain
    Chronic Pain Syndrome: Understanding Your Options

    Hundreds of Canadians are hurt or severely injured in car accidents every day. Consequently, the injuries sustained in these accidents can often lead to the development of chronic pain syndrome.

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  • closeup of notepad during discussion with lawyer regarding accident benefits claims
    Understanding Why Accident Benefit Claims Get Denied—And How We Can Help!

    Here’s what you should know about why accident benefit claims get denied. Need help filing or disputing an accident benefits claim? Get in touch with Feifel Gualazzi.

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  • filing a wrongful death lawsuit in ontario - couple sitting on couch discussing details with a lawyer
    When Can You File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Ontario?

    If a person is fatally injured as a result of the negligent actions or misconduct of another person, whether intentional or unintentional, it’s considered a wrongful death.

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  • young woman distracted driver drinking coffee and balancing a notebook on the wheel while driving
    Distracted Driving: The Leading Cause of Accidents & Fatalities on Ontario’s Roadways

    Distracted driving is now the number one cause of motor vehicle accidents in Ontario and has surpassed impaired driving as the leading cause of death on our roadways.

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    Understanding the Impact of PTSD After an Accident

    People who are involved in a serious car accident are at an increased risk of psychological and emotional injuries such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Even though these injuries aren’t visible, they can be just as debilitating as physical ones. At Feifel Gualazzi, our team will assist in getting you the help and compensation you deserve to get, as much as possible, your life back to normal.

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