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  • Misdiagnosis and Coming to Terms With How Common it is

    How common is the incidence of misdiagnosis in Canada? Pat Croskerry, an ER doctor, estimated misdiagnosis rates of ‘around 10 to 15 per cent’, as he talked toCBC in 2017. Without a formal reporting regime, is it really such a…

  • 10 Things To Do After A Slip And Fall

    The Canadian Institute for Health Information reports nearly 9,000 hospitalizations between 2016 and 2017 due to falls on ice during winter – Ontario accounts for 2,111 of these. Slip and falls due to ice, in fact, happen to be by…

  • Tips for safe winter cycling

    (Photo credit: priges_m/RGBstock.com) As cycling gains popularity as a mode of transportation to get from one place to another, some cyclists take it a step further and use their bicycle all year round, even when there’s snow on the ground.…

  • Toronto safety advocates warn of dangerous construction zones

    Busy downtown streets are risky for vulnerable road users – pedestrians and cyclists – at the best of times; when construction zones are involved they can be downright dangerous. Nowhere in Canada is the threat greater than in Toronto, the…

  • Motorcycle fatalities surge in BC and Ontario

    September has arrived, but motorcycle season is far from over in Ontario – in the province’s south region, fall foliage makes October one of the best months of the year to enjoy a long weekend ride. Unfortunately, as every Ontario…

  • Can Toronto’s mayoral candidates improve road safety?

    “Too many people are dying on our streets,” said former Chief City Planner and current mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat as she unveiled her ambitious road safety plan this September. The statement, though inflammatory, is one with which most Toronto personal…

  • CDC releases guideline for handling childhood concussion

    The United States’ Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released the ‘first broad evidence-based recommendations for diagnosing and treating children’s concussions,’ according to the Associated Press. The release comes just months after Rowan’s Law, an initiative heralded by some…

  • Large vehicles make our roads less safe

    Ontario’s highways are filled with large vehicles, from hulking pick-ups to sleek, family-friendly SUVs. Consumers are attracted to these vehicles because they’re tough – they excel in Canadian winters and keep families safe. But what about families in other vehicles?…

  • Too many Canadians drive while stoned

    If you were to ask any road safety expert, law enforcement officer, or car accident lawyer how marijuana effects driving ability, you’d get the same answer: it increases risk of collision and puts fellow road users at risk. Many Canadian…

  • Neinstein sponsors adaptive climbing events

    September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month in Canada. In recognition of this important initiative, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers is co-sponsoring Therapeutic Adaptive Climbing, a two-event program organized by the Canadian Adaptive Climbing Society (CACS) and hosted by True North…