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The Worst Drivers in Canada?

Driving safely requires a certain amount of skill. The Question that everyone wants to know is, where are the worst drivers in Canada from? It may be surprising, and a bit scary to hear that the worst drivers in our country may be found in Halifax, according to an Allstate Canada Safe Driving Study (2015). The study looked at collision reports in different communities across Canada from 2013-2015. In the study Halifax was tied with the Toronto suburb of Ajax for last place. Halifax had a collision claims frequency of 7.12% (per 100 cars), the highest rate in the study.

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What is an Actuary?

In the process of representing our clients in court, it’s necessary to call on industry experts to help validate your claim. A professional’s assessment of a claim can make or break a case, and we strive to strengthen your claim by selecting the appropriate specialists. We’ve worked closely with physicians, engineers, and other expert witnesses in a variety of cases. One of the most important expert witnesses tends to be an actuary.

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Why the Limitations of Actions Act Matters

When it comes to filing a claim, timing is crucial. Depending on the type of incident, and where the wrongful conduct occurred, your window of opportunity to take legal action can vary substantially. This period of time is known as the limitation period and is in accordance with each province’s and territory’s Limitation of Actions Act.

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