How Mediation Works As A Way Of Resolving A Lawsuit

October 31, 2008 by  
Category: Featured, Litigation Law

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Mandatory mediation is called for in about 95 percent of the cases that happen in Toronto. There are other courts in Ontario that have mandatory mediation as well, but it is common to go through this process in Toronto before a case goes to trial. Mediation is a way of trying to resolve matters before […]

The Use Of Experts In A Lawsuit Case

October 29, 2008 by  
Category: Litigation Law

It’s not unusual for a lawyer to rely on the advice of experts in other fields, and in the case of a lawsuit, to call in financial experts to go over the books and give their advice on where the case stands. Sometimes, other experts are required for reasons other than financial expertise. For instance, […]

How Long Can A Personal Injury Lawsuit Can Take?

The length of the lawsuit depends on how complicated the injury is. Chronic pain cases generally take five to seven years mainly because these cases, even though most of them are settled, are not settled till after they go on the trial list. The medical evidence is usually complicated and extensive. It takes several years […]