Jennifer Zdriluk talks about 'on call' shifts on Law Talk

Jennifer Zdriluk, Partner in the Labour, Employment and Human Rights Group of the firm talks about on-call shifts.

I fractured my arm and left leg in a car crash. I have difficulty with everyday tasks. Can someone help me?

If as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident, you are unable to care for yourself such as unable to dress or bath or require additional assistance in caring for yourself you may qualify for an attendant care benefit.
 

What is the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board? I Was Assaulted. Can I Make a Claim?

Yes, if you are the victim of a violent crime in Ontario, or the family member of a deceased victim of a violent crime, you are eligible to commence an application at the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (“CICB”).

Andrew Spurgeon talks about bicycling safety on Law Talk

Andrew Spurgeon talks about bicycling safety on the Sunday Brunch Show.

What should I do before starting a business with my friends?

Starting your own business can be extremely fulfilling and exciting, this is often only increased when you choose to go into business with one or more friends.  

I sustained injuries in a car accident and I am unable to return to work. How do I replace my income?

There are several income benefits which may be available to you if you are injured and unable to work.

Wes Jamieson talking about minimum wage and contract work

Wes Jamieson visited the Sunday Brunch Radio show to talk about minimum wage and the expectations of over time for semi-professional athletes.

I've been injured in a car accident. Should I get a lawyer right away, or wait to see if my injuries heal?

 When you’ve been injured in a car accident, your first priority should always be the health and well-being of you and your family.
 
 

My long-term disability insurance company told me that after being unable to work at my own job for two years, they can stop paying my benefits because I can work somewhere else. Is this true?

My long-term disability insurance company told me that after being unable to work at my own job for two years, they can stop paying my benefits because I can work somewhere else.  Is this true?
 

Do owners of properties have an obligation to the subcontractors they didn't hire?

Do owners of properties have an abligation to the subcontractors they didn't hire?