Legally Speaking

  • Long Term Disability (LTD) – Myths / Misconceptions

    In our experience, there are three (3) top myths regarding Long Term Disability (“LTD”) Insurance. Below we address those by giving you the facts to debunk common misconceptions.

  • Section D: Navigating Injury Claims When the At-Fault Driver is Uninsured or Unidentified

    Accident victims (drivers, passengers or pedestrians) should know that there is coverage to pay their claims against the at-fault driver if the victims are occupants of an insured vehicle or have their own automobile policy.

  • Chronic pain: a victim’s roadmap following a personal injury.

    Chronic pain can result from a variety of injuries, and it can be a challenging outcome for accident victims to endure due to its long duration and often-invisible nature. That’s why it’s important to talk about any pain resulting from an injury—so our lawyers can get victims the proper compensation and treatment they’re entitled to.

  • 5 Things to Remember in Case of an Accident

    No matter how minor the incident, here are a few important things to remember if you are involved in a motor vehicle accident.

  • New Brunswick’s Limitation Period for Personal Injury Claims

    In New Brunswick, an individual has two years from the date of incident/accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. This does not mean you must settle your claim in that time. Learn more in this month’s Legally Speaking

  • Get to know No-Fault Benefits

    If you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident, you have rights to access medical benefits under an automobile insurance policy. Learn more in this month’s legally speaking.

  • Look out for the symptoms of a concussion

    If you or someone you know has been in a motor vehicle accident, it is important that you look out for the symptoms of a concussion

  • The rules that apply to roads and highways also apply in parking lots

    Contrary to popular belief, fault for a parking lot accident does not have an automatic liability split. 

  • Is your seatbelt buckled?

    Seat belts are crucial to protecting the safety of you, and other passengers in the event a crash occurs.