When individuals are victims of sexual assault, they may opt to sue the person who attacked them. The laws haven't always worked on the side of the victims who opt to sue. Recently, Ontario pledged a big change in one key aspect of a sexual assault lawsuit: The province has agreed to amend the law to remove the statute of limitations.
Getting a serious injury is painful and can affect you for months and even years later. If you have to see a doctor and you have become injured you may want to get in touch with a worthy lawyer who knows how to handle a situation like this.
When you think of product liability cases, do you typically assume that they involve dangerous products which have caused physical injury to those who used them? While this is true in many cases--such as a defective automobile that caused an accident or did not protect a person properly during a crash--it's very important to note that not all liability cases lead to physical injury. Cases can also be started after property damage or economic loss.
Takeda Pharmaceuticals has been accused of deleting evidence that was needed for a product liability case when the company was under direct orders not to do so. Interestingly, this was true even though the company destroyed the important files before the current case began.
Avid Life Media Inc. and Avid Dating Life Inc. are named as defendants in a national class-action lawsuit. These two companies are responsible for running AshleyMadison.com. The plaintiff in this case is a disabled widower and Ottawa resident who joined the site after his wife died of breast cancer. According to the two law firms that are representing the plaintiff, the man did not meet anyone in person after he joined the site.