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New laws concerning driving in the left lane on highways have come into effect.

Changes to the Motor Vehicle Act  in British Columbia now severely limit the use of left lanes on highways. These laws apply only to roads with 2 or more lanes, where the speed limit is 80km/hr or greater, and when traffic is actually moving at 50km/hr or more. 207 more words

Personal Injury

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

In the context of motor vehicle accidents, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is typically caused by compression to the shoulder and collar bone area. This can cause damage to nerves, arteries, and veins that run through these spaces and into the arm. 222 more words


Personal injuries while riding on city buses.

Injuries incurred while riding on city buses are common. This may be due to the nature of a public bus. They can have many passengers on them, and the passengers are unsecured – for example, not wearing a seatbelt – or often standing. 334 more words


Fast lane, slow lane....where can I make a U-turn?

There is something to be said about the freedom of the open road.  Being behind the wheel of a car, driving to wherever your heart desires.   1,031 more words


The importance of planning your personal injury case early.

From a legal standpoint, there are many things a lawyer can help you do that will ensure that are properly compensated for injuries. There are also many things that you are up to you, the litigant. 271 more words