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Month: January 2018

The Impact of Legalization of Marijuana on Impaired Driving

Canada is scheduled to legalize recreational use of marijuana in July 2018. One area of concern is that this will lead to more impaired driving accidents. The leading cause of motor vehicle accidents causing death and injuries in Canada is impaired driving.

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Traumatic Brain Injuries – How are they diagnosed?

Traumatic Brain Injuries can be seen either with the naked eye or with medical imaging tools like MRI or CT scans. Many TBIs, however, will not be visible in those scans – but that doesn’t mean the injury is not

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Snowmobile & Four-Wheeler Safety

Throughout Atlantic Canada, individuals use four-wheelers and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) as means of transportation. There are often specific routes and trails that are designated for ATVs. At intersections, motorists should yield to others who share the road. If a motorist

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Receiving income after an insurance claim

After being injured in a motor vehicle accident, some people can return to work, but others will be unable to work for the rest of their life. However, there may still be sources of revenue available even if you do

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