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Month: November 2015

Whiplash is a serious soft tissue injury

Many people think about soft tissue injuries and wonder just how serious they can be. Here is something to consider: If a soft tissue injury is left untreated, it can cause a person pain for the rest of his or

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How to make an Insurance Claim against an at fault driver

If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you may have the right to make a personal injury claim. A claim against the at-fault driver is usually paid by his or her insurance company. More than

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Distracted Driving

As you know already, it is illegal to use hand-held wireless communication devices while driving in NB, NS and PEI. This law was put in place to help us remain focused while driving and keep our roads safer. However, using

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Winter Tire Safety

Quebec is the only province in Canada requiring vehicles to be equipped with four snow tires during the winter. In 2007, 38 per cent of winter collisions involved vehicles without winter tires. That is when Quebec decided to pass this

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Basics of the New Brunswick Disability Support Program

The New Brunswick Disability Support Program was created to provide disability support for persons with disabilities. The following are required for eligibility in the program: Resident of New Brunswick Between the age of 19 and 64. Suffering from a long-term

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What happens after submitting a disability application?

If you have contributed to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and are unable to work as the result of a disability, you may be able to receive benefits in the form of a taxable monthly payment. You should not wait

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Trial focused on bus accident moves forward

A financial expert and social worker recently testified in a civil trial involving the family of a woman who was killed in a bus accident. The 46-year-old woman was hit by a Codiac Transpo bus in 2012. The 59-year-old driver

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