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Litigating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: Use Lay Witnesses To Tell An Emotionally Compelling Story
Renée Vinett presented this paper at the 32nd Annual North American Brain Injury Society's Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury
Canada
14 May 2019
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Personal Injury Claims For Children
We can all agree that our children are the most precious treasures we have in life.
Canada
11 Apr 2019
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Essure Permanent Birth Control: "Risk Of Serious Complications" – Expect The Unexpected
"You're expecting?!" Your mind starts to race after you blurt out this question and you anxiously look for a signal to tell you how to react.
Canada
26 Mar 2018
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Long-Term Disability Series: Extended Work Hours, Shift Work And Personal Health
It's been said that "what we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are."
Canada
16 Oct 2017
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Non-Earner Benefits Revisited – Impact Of Recent Changes
There has been a major reduction in the availability of non-earner benefits with the legislative changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule that went into effect on June 1, 2016
Canada
5 Oct 2017
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Rebuilding The Human Body – The Bionic Spine
"Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world's first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better… stronger… faster."
Canada
15 Sep 2017
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Navigating the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund In Ontario: A Last Resort
In Ontario, by law, all motor vehicles in operation on roadways must have insurance coverage that pays out SABS.
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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Long-Term Disability Series: Physical Injury And Its Effects On Mental Health
Life altering accidents can happen in an instant, but their effects can last months, years or a lifetime.
Canada
27 Mar 2017
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Canada
6 Feb 2017
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Adrenal Fatigue: Avoiding Medical Malpractice Through Long-Term Disability Benefits
Benjamin Franklin once declared that fatigue is the best pillow. But, if your fatigue is persistent, debilitating, and driven by stress, sometimes no amount of rest can help.
Canada
8 Dec 2016
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Expert Witnesses: The Who, What, When And How Of Retaining Experts And Making Them Effective For You
Expert witnesses are an integral part of the litigation process. The majority of, if not all, personal injury claims involve the use of experts to assist with the resolution of a claim or to adduce evidence at trial.
Canada
10 Nov 2016
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Common Health Issues Faced By Front Line Medical Personnel
If you've ever had a medical emergency and needed to be admitted to a hospital for care, you'll know how incredibly fortunate we are to have dedicated front line medical and hospital staff in our system.
Canada
22 Oct 2016
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Statutory Accident Benefits: Funding The Medical System Through The Legal System
As a former nurse, I have had many occasions to observe patients and their loved ones experience the immediate aftermath of a devastating personal injury resulting from a motor vehicle collision.
Canada
13 Oct 2016
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From Breast Cancer Diagnosis To Remission: Short & Long Term Disability – Understanding Your Legal Rights
In my past career as a registered nurse, I regularly witnessed the looks of shock and fear on the faces of patients who had just learned of their breast cancer diagnosis.
Canada
23 Sep 2016
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Ontario's Nurses Deserve PTSD Disability Presumption
The Ontario government recently passed legislation relating to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosed in first responders (police, firefighters, paramedics, etc).
Canada
15 Sep 2016
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Pokémon GO: The New "Virtual" Reality of Personal Injury
If you are familiar with the game, then you know how addicting it can be to fill your Pokédex.
Canada
12 Aug 2016
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Dealing With Grief And Trauma In The Emergency Department – An Interview With Dr. Lori Triano-Antidormi, Ph.D, C.Psych
Author Arthur Golden profoundly writes of trauma: "After all, when a stone is dropped into a pond, the water continues quivering even after the stone has sunk to the bottom."
Canada
11 Aug 2016
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Pokémon GO: Personal Injury, Safety Issues, And Liability
Recently there has been an apparent outbreak of little monsters running rampant all over our neighbourhoods.
Canada
4 Aug 2016
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Charting: Little Things Make Big Things Happen
John Wooden said that "It's the details that are vital. Little things make big things happen." In health care, details are literally vital because they impact a patient's life.
Canada
13 Jul 2016
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