Toronto, January 21, 2015 – Joseph Campisi, lawyer and advocate, is launching a constitutional challenge in the Ontario Superior Courts. Mr. Campisi is seeking a declaration from the courts that parts of the legislation that were recently passed by the Liberal Government are discriminatory and unconstitutional and should be inoperative.
Last night in Toronto, there were five separate accidents involving pedestrians in the span of two hours. One day earlier the Toronto Police launched The Step up and Be Safe campaign which runs from November 3-9. The campaign focuses on pedestrian safety and officers will be on the lookout for drivers, as well as cyclists and pedestrians who commit offences near pedestrian crossing areas, intersections and school zones.
by Carman Lee Motor vehicle accident victims who suffer soft tissue injuries are automatically disadvantaged under our current accident benefits legislation. The government has in place a $3,500.00 limit to medical and rehabilitative expenses for those whose injuries from a car accident are considered primarily “minor”