Tips For Calculating Loss Of Income Compensation In Your Personal Injury Case

Personal injury claims can often be hard to prove, which is why your lawyer will suggest gathering the right types of evidence, and a sufficient amount of evidence. Receiving compensation will require proving someone else was responsible for your injuries, and that the injuries have caused monetary damages, as well as other types of damages. One of these includes loss of wages. Here are three things your lawyer may suggest doing to help you prove the amount of wages you will lose for the rest of your life because of your injuries. Read More 

Public Breastfeeding Laws In Canada | Know Your Rights

The first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, it's important to discuss the current state of breastfeeding laws in Canada. If you feel like your right to breastfeed your child has been jeopardized (or even if it hasn't yet), you need to know the laws and what you can do about any issues you might face. Breastfeeding Rates in Canada Nearly 90% of Canadian mothers breastfeed immediately after birth. Read More 

4 Documents You Should Always Have Notarized

Notarization serves an important role in Canada's legal system. When you have a document notarized, you are getting a third party to say that they believe it is truthful, trustworthy, and reliable. It also offers proof that all involved parties signed the document under their own free will, disproving that anything occurred under duress. Figuring out exactly what you need to have notarized, however, can be a bit more difficult. In this article, you'll learn about four of the most common documents that you should always have notarized. Read More 

What Can Canada’s Recent Marijuana Ruling Mean For Your Cannabis Oil Case?

If you've recently been arrested and charged with possession, sale, or use of medical marijuana, you may be wondering whether you have any recourse. Although some provinces have fairly relaxed drug laws, permitting the sale and use of medical (or even recreational) marijuana, these laws aren't always uniform -- or uniformly enforced. However, a recent decision by the Canada Supreme Court could affect provinces' ability to charge individuals for the use of medical marijuana. Read More