I do what I can to ensure that my clients do anything and everything possible to get better.
Avoiding responsibility for our actions seems to be a natural human instinct.
Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), a hunch isn’t enough to arrest and jail someone in Canada.
There has been a gradual shift of focus over the over 500 columns I’ve written.
Is it fair that a victim’s efforts to get better be scrutinized? I think it’s a sensible law, but it can lead to injustice.
Money talks. ICBC’s ‘worst case scenario’ rate increase of 42 per cent over the next four years is screaming out. Will we listen?
Capital News columnist Paul Hergott says another day of remembrance will be held Nov. 16 for road traffic victims.
Road conditions change minute to minute throughout the winter … it's our responsibility to drive accordingly.
Highly motivated, stoic people who successfully work through their pain are entitled to compensation.
Is a rear-ender collision always the fault of the rear-ending driver?
There is an endless list of distractions … Consider your dentist having a hands-free phone discussion while drilling on your tooth.
Capital News columnist Paul Hergott still has second thoughts about potential injustice of social media lynchings.
He is reduced to an apologetic, pathetic, broken man, exposed in his sexual aberration as if he was sitting there, naked.
Have you ever, when coming out of a parking lot, actually brought your vehicle to a complete stop before your vehicle got to the sidewalk?
Lawyer’s don’t have any special magic that can increase your claim for tangible losses.
For me, the 750 metre swim, 20 km bicycle ride and 5 km run are together a goal of marathon proportions.
A pedestrian has the right of way at every street corner, not just those marked as crosswalks.
We discussed the irony of me…seemingly breaking the rules of the road and thereby putting my life in danger.
Attentiveness will not be achieved if we are lulled into believing that safe driving means avoiding specific prohibited driving behaviours.
Every confidential settlement covers up whatever “wrong” it was that led to the claim.