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What to do if you’re injured in a motor vehicle accident and the other driver doesn’t have insurance

Some drivers do not have insurance covering their vehicles in the event of an accident. This situation exists even though it is the law for all motor vehicles to have insurance to cover medical costs, lost wages, and the other

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How to avoid serious accidents during rush hour traffic

Statistics collected by Transport Canada and others might suggest a link between traffic congestion and some of the 150,000 injury-causing traffic accidents in 2014 (last year for which accident data is available). More than 25% of accidents throughout Canada were rear

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Major sections in the Standard Automobile Insurance Policy

In New Brunswick, the Financial and Consumer Services Commission has approved a Standard Automobile Insurance Policy. This means that every insured vehicle in New Brunswick has, at the very least, the same minimum coverage. There are 5 major sections in

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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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Do I need insurance to drive a snowmobile or an ATV?

Snowmobiles and ATVs in NB, NS and PEI are considered motor vehicles and must be insured, which means you have access to the same benefits that you have with a car or motorcycle. Among other things, you are guaranteed protection

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What to do if you suffer from a concussion following a motor vehicle accident

Concussions following a motor vehicle accident tend to be taken lightly. People often try to walk it off like they would with a scrape or a bruise, but a concussion can have severe and permanent effects on brain functions. That

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Holiday Parties – 8 ways to help insure guests don’t drink and drive

The Holiday Season is upon us! You may be attending or hosting many parties in the next few weeks. If you are planning on attending a social gathering with friends, family or coworkers and know that you will be consuming

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5 STEPS to winterize your vehicle

As the winter months are fast approaching, Canadians should winter-proof their vehicles to make driving easier, safer and more reliable. Driving in the winter is always more challenging, even to the most experienced of drivers. You should always ensure that

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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. This type

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How to stay safe as a pedestrian

  It is important for drivers and pedestrians to be vigilant at all times. It’s the responsibility of both to ensure each other’s safety. Pedestrians are vulnerable by virtue of their lack of protection if struck by a vehicle. Over

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How to prepare for Oral Discovery

If you suffered personal injuries following a motor vehicle accident, made a claim and received a date for your Oral Discovery (or Examination for Discovery), you probably have some questions. In this article, we are giving you some general information

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How long will it take for my case to settle?

Most people who decide to file a personal injury law claim have one question that seems to repeat itself: How long will it take for my case to settle? First and foremost, any lawyer will tell you that it is

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