Building A Case For Food Poisoning

Law Blog

Although there are hundreds of government regulations designed to make food safe to consume, about 4 million people in Canada still contract food-borne illnesses each year. Sometimes those illnesses are caused by food storage and preparation in the home, but a good percentage are also due to the consumption of tainted food served in restaurants. While you can sue for damages sustained from eating contaminated food in these establishments, proving your case can be challenging.

30 December 2014

Tips For Maintaining A Good Attorney-Client Relationship

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When you hire an attorney to help with a legal issue, you need to maintain a good attorney-client relationship to ensure your attorney can achieve the results you want. Attorneys are expect to act in accordance with various ethics and codes that control how clients are treated. However, it takes two to make a good working relationship, so there are some things you can do to ensure things go smoothly. 

21 October 2014

3 Estate Planning Tools That Can Help You Prepare For The Future

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If you're looking to have a plan in place for the future, you may want to consider investing in estate planning. This makes it possible for you to have more control and have a plan in place in case the unexpected happens. While there are many powerful documents and tools that you can use to achieve your goals, there are some that are more essential than others. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the most powerful estate planning tools that you can use to plan for your future.

20 September 2014

Should You Have a Living Will?

Law Blog

One of the most important steps you can take to prepare for an unexpected medical emergency is to complete a living will. Unfortunately, about 75 percent of people do not have a living will. If you are one of them, what can happen if you don't have a living will? Advance Healthcare Directives A living will is an advance healthcare directive that specifies your medical wishes in the event that you are unconscious and unable to communicate.

9 July 2014