Personal Injury Law Articles

In the News – Online Obscenity

Toronto Internet Lawyer discussed the legality of posting the Luka Magnotta video on the Best Gore website with the national and international media. Mr. Zvulony took the position that the posting of the video violated Canada's obscenity laws.

FAQs about Personal Injury Lawsuits in Ontario, Canada

A personal injury lawyer can help with any of the following: Insurance Disputes, Occupier's Liability, Long Term Disability, Car Accidents, Boating Accidents, Trucking Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Construction Accidents, Sex Abuse, Child Abuse, False Arrest, Malicious Prosecution, Fire Accidents, Brain Injuries, Spinal Chord Injuries, Paraplegic Injuries, Wrongful Death, Dog Bites, Slip and Fall, and Product Liability.
By U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Anthony Sanchelli [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Dog Bite Lawyer in Toronto

Dogs, it is said, are man’s best friend. But a dog can turn into someone’s worst enemy with just one bite. When a dog bites someone, the victim may understandably want to take legal action. But for obvious reasons, it is hard to sue or indict a dog. The one who must be the target of any legal action, then, is the dog’s owner – but when is an owner liable for a dog’s biting or attacking someone, and what are the remedies for an individual who has been bitten or attacked? This article will address these questions within the context of the laws of Ontario.
By Michael D Beckwith (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Pain and Suffering Damages and Car Accident Law in Ontario

On April 1, 2008, Ontario's highest court, the Court of Appeal, examined the threshold test for a car accident victim to make a claim for pain and suffering in the car accident case of Brak v. Walsh ( The case considers the "threshold" test that the plaintiff car accident victim had to meet to be entitled to make a claim for pain and suffering, and certain other claims, in the lawsuit.