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  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

This is my second of a series, describing scenarios where a motorist and cyclist were each found legally responsible for a collision.  In each scenario, the collision could have been completely avoided had either the motorist, or the cyclist, taken

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

A house purchase is the biggest investment most of us will ever make. And we tend to stretch our financial limits when doing so. Expensive problems discovered after taking possession can be financially devastating.

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

The word "accident", and it’s connotation of unaccountable inevitability, is getting in the way of taking important steps to fix an ongoing, and growing, road safety disaster.

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

There was some sort of squabble the other day between our two youngest children, aged 10 and 12.  My wife and I called them over to sort it out. Caden started to tell the sordid tail, but was repeatedly interrupted

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

Those of us who grew up on a farm in the prairies have fond memories of the natural winter playgrounds created by drifting snow. A shovel could keep my brother and me occupied for hours, digging tunnels and caves.  I

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,
judges court gavel and piggy bank, on white

In a judgment released on November 17, 2015, an Ontario Superior Court Judge lambasted the way a prominent class action law firm gets paid.  The judgment provides an important lesson. I have written in support of class action lawsuits and

  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

A cube shaped Nissan, parked in front of a neighbour’s home, caught my attention as I was on my way home the other day.  My neighbour was chatting with the driver, so I pulled up to ask about it.  The