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Medical Malpractice in Minority Groups

August 3, 2021 / Category: General

Heart disease and cancer are the two leading causes of death in Canada—accidents, including medical malpractice, is the third. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical or healthcare professional directly or indirectly causes injury to a patient due to negligence of their craft. Some examples of malpractice include: diagnosis failures, surgical errors, poor aftercare, and failure […]

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Alcohol Involved Accidents

/ Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents

Being impaired by alcohol highly increases the chance of accidents causing injury or death. When impaired, humans are unable to function as quickly as normal as well as affect judgement, concentration, and sight and hearing abilities. In Canada, the maximum legal BAC (blood alcohol concentration) is 0.08 when driving for fully licensed adults. Even with […]

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Do you live with chronic pain as a result of a motor vehicle accident?

September 10, 2019 / Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario, then you have access to treatment benefits from your own insurance company, called Accident Benefits. These benefits give you access to medical and rehabilitation treatment, lost income/wages, lost educational expenses if you are attending school, attendant care expenses, assistive devices, damaged clothing, if […]

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