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Truth In Legal Advertising – Cutting Through The Confusion To Find A Good Lawyer

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In a world of increasing information and decreasing trust it is more important than ever to be critical when confronted with advertising in any industry - law is no different. Stricter government legislation and more stringent insurance industry policies, has made personal injury law practice an increasingly competitive market. As a result, many law firms use a variety of means to promote themselves to prospective clients. While there has been a lot of discussion in the media about legal advertising, and the Law Society has recently announced they will be introducing new advertising rules for lawyers, we thought a few useful tips...

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What You Need To Know About Personal Injury Retainers

Although most people have heard the “No Fee Unless We Win” mantra that is regularly promoted in personal injury advertising, the details of how personal injury retainers usually work, are not well known. These retainers, usually referred to as “contingency fee retainers”, govern the fee arrangement between clients and their lawyers who decide to take the case on at no upfront hourly fees, but who are instead compensated by taking a percentage of any successful damage award or settlement obtained in the case on the client’s behalf. There are important details that everyone should understand about personal injury retainers and how they...

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Why Should Home Buyers Get a Home Inspection?

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Right now the Toronto and GTA real estate markets are hot, and the effect that this has on the atmosphere for buyers is apparent. Often buyers are unavoidably participating in bidding wars against many other buyers for one property, and houses are selling for over the asking price with no conditions. Unfortunately, this type of a market creates a risky environment for prospective buyers, since they begin to curtail their rights and remedies in a real estate transaction in order to put forward a more appealing offer to the seller and hope to clinch the deal over the competition. Often times one...

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