The summer season has arrived and recreational boaters are taking advantage of the warmer weather and taking their vessels out onto the water. Exploring the picturesque waters of Nova Scotia can be an enjoyable, leisurely experience. However, without taking proper safety precautions, boating can be hazardous. To learn about steps to take to protect yourself and your passengers, click here.
The survivors of motor vehicle accidents may be entitled to pursue damages to help them offset the cost of their financial losses. If their collision was the result of another driver’s negligence, the injured accident survivor might be able to receive compensation for the economic damages they have incurred. They may also be entitled to pursue general, non-economic damages for pain and suffering. However, in accordance with Nova Scotia’s Insurance Act, these general damages will be subject to a payment cap if the accident survivor’s injuries are considered to be “minor.” Click here to read more.
When riding a motorcycle in the fall, Nova Scotians may want to consider additional precautionary measures to protect themselves from the season’s perils. Our Nova Scotia motorcycle accident lawyers have a few safety tips that may be useful any time of year. Click here to learn more.
Long COVID affects around 1 in 10 people who have survived a COVID-19 infection. With ongoing symptoms that may include extreme fatigue, brain fog, and shortness of breath, this condition can have severe consequences on a person’s day to day life. Click here to learn more.
A concussion can have severe consequences. Caused by head traumas from slip and falls, motor vehicle collisions, and more, it is important to be mindful of the signs you might have a concussion after an accident. Click here to learn more from our Nova Scotia personal injury lawyers.
One wrongful action from a distracted or impaired driver could forever alter the lives of unsuspecting road-users. Staying informed about accident collision statistics in Nova Scotia might help drivers maintain safe practices behind the wheel. Click here to learn more:
Winter driving in Nova Scotia might mean facing freezing rain, extreme snowfall warnings, or other dangerous road conditions. While you can’t change the weather, you can take precautions to prepare your vehicle for winter road conditions. Click here to learn more.
A popular winter activity enjoyed by many across Nova Scotia, snowmobiling requires a degree of knowledge and preparation. Read more on how you can help plan a safe snowmobiling expedition.
Winter sports are beloved seasonal pastimes. During the long, cold winter months, there’s nothing quite like hitting the slopes, exploring off-highway nature trails, or lacing up for a game of hockey with friends. But when accidents on ski-hills, snowmobiles, and ice rinks cause serious injuries, determining who is responsible can be a challenge. Click here to read more.