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November

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What Are Soft Tissue Injuries?

Car accidents are an unfortunate hazard of driving. Fortunately, Statistics Canada reports car accident rates have fallen steadily over the past few years. In 2013, for example, the number of motor vehicle accident fatalities dropped by 7.4 per cent. Continue reading

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October

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Holiday Driving Safety Tips

The holidays are a time when many people hit the open road to visit family, travel the countryside, and simply enjoy getting away. With more people on the road, it’s probably no surprise the months of November and December see more car accidents than any other time of year. Continue reading

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September

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Negligence as a Cause of Stairway Falls

Taking a tumble down a flight of stairs can be a terrifying experience. These types of falls can leave an individual with serious injuries, including head trauma, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and persistent back pain. Continue reading

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August

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How Common Is Chronic Pain?

After an accident, some injury victims suffer from pain that lingers long after any visible injuries have healed. Known as “chronic pain” and sometimes even “chronic pain syndrome,” this type of pain can be debilitating. Statistics also show that chronic pain is much more common than previously thought. Continue reading

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July

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Car Accident: Who’s to Blame?

Car accidents are an unfortunate fact of life. Every time you get behind the wheel, there is a chance you could be involved in a motor vehicle collision. One of the most important things to determine after any accident is which party – or parties – is to blame. Whose negligence caused the accident?  Continue reading

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