Personal Injury Law Articles by Gillis Injury Law

At Gillis Injury Law PC we believe in providing relevant and pertinent information for our clients. Please take a moment or two to browse this page for articles that are related to your personal situation. Contact our office in Richmond Hill if you have any further legal questions or would like to schedule a consultation.

  • 03/05/2017
    ​Motorcycles and the Law: Know Your Legal Rights

    Motorcycles require a different type of license to drive than a car or SUV. Nevertheless, the rules of Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act apply equally to motorized vehicles, whether a car, motorcycle, bus, or truck.

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  • 23/01/2017
    What You Should Do After a Car Accident

    When a car accident happens you are immediately expected to know how to react, when the truth is you might still be in shock. Preparing yourself mentally in advance can help you legally if a real situation occurs. Some basics on what you should do after a car accident are provided below.

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  • 15/12/2016
    Questions To Ask When Hiring a Lawyer for a Personal Injury Case

    Getting seriously injured from an accident is a high stakes situation. You may be off work, incurring medical expenses and looking for a lawyer to achieve the best results for you. There are plenty of personal injury lawyers available to hire through the Law Society of Upper Canada, marketing firms and perhaps even through your employer’s Employee Assistance Program. Friends and family may have suggestions too. So, how do you decide?

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  • 08/12/2016
    Personal Injury Law Articles by Gillis Injury Law

    There are times where a disabled employee is dismissed and the termination seems wrongful even if he or she was off from work at the time, receiving short-term or long-term disability benefits. An assessment of whether the termination is the result of wrongful dismissal or frustration of the employment contract depends on the facts of the case. In many court rulings and Human Rights Tribunal decisions the termination of a disabled employee has been found to have been a wrongful dismissal resulting in awards to the employee, rather than an alleged frustration of contract, which would release the employer from further monetary obligations to the employee.

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