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At Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers service is something we take very seriously. And after more than 35 years serving our community, we have learned that it comes down to two things:
Number one, it’s about providing the kind of caring, passionate and wise counsel that wins cases – because our clients deserve nothing less. Second, it means working in the community in ways that will prevent injuries from happening in the first place – a form of service we consider both a privilege and responsibility.
Whether you’ve experienced a devastating car accident or debilitating slip and fall injury…or happen to run into us at an acquired brain injury event or one of our many helmet safety clinics, remember one thing… we’re on your side.
What are optional benefits?
Optional benefits are enhancements or add-ons to your insurance policy for additional cost.
Some optional benefits bump up the maximum amount you can receive for certain benefits that come “standard” with your policy. For example, the standard income replacement benefit pays 70% of your gross pre-accident income, up to a maximum of $400/week, but you can pay extra to increase that to anywhere from $600 to $1000/week. You can also increase [...]
Live to ride…and ride to live
Motorcycle safety tips.
The nice weather has finally arrived which means time for many to hit the open road on their motorcycles. Before you shift into high gear, don’t forget to think safety. Here are a few important tips.
Wear a helmet. This one’s a no brainer. (Yeah, pun intended.) Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle has been the law in Canada since the ’60′s, and for very good reason. According to the [...]
Fireworks are always an exciting part of Victoria Day.
For those planning on putting on their own show in the sky, be sure everyone knows the importance of fireworks safety.
1. Choose a clear open area.
2. Keep spectators at a safe distance.
3. Sparklers are to be used outdoors and children must be supervised at all times.
4. In case of a fire, keep water close by while lighting fireworks.
5. Do not hold fireworks [...]