Diamond & Diamond™
BRITISH COLUMBIA OFFICES

Vancouver Head Office

1727 West Broadway, Suite 400

Surrey Consultation Office

7404 King George Blvd. Suite 200

Burnaby Consultation Oflice

4720 Kingsway Suite 2600

Kelowna Consultation Office

1631 Dickson Avenue Suite 1100

Richmond Consultation Office

5811 Cooney Road Suite 305 South Tower

ONTARIO OFFICES

Toronto Head Office

255 Consumers Road, 5th Floor

Thunder Bay Consultation Office

278 Algoma Street South

Windsor Main Office

13158 Tecumseh Rd. E. Unit 38

Barrie Main Office

299 Lakeshore Drive. Suite 200

Mississauga Consultation Office

2233 Argentia Rd. Suite 302, East Tower

Ottawa Main Office

1081 Carling Avenue, Suite 704

Peterborough Consultation Office

459 George Street North

Orangeville Consultation Office

PO Box 157

Toronto Main Office

5075 Yonge Street. Suite 805

Safety Tips While Trick-or-Treating

Fall is a great time of year for kids and adults alike. Many parents relish in children going back to school and fall sporting events. Children often enjoy the social aspects of meeting new children in the classroom and getting ready for upcoming holidays. Many children (and parents) also enjoy getting dressed up for Halloween … Continue reading Safety Tips While Trick-or-Treating

How to Mount Your Phone in Your Car Properly

Distracted driving is a serious problem for drivers everywhere today. The Insurance Corporation of B.C. estimates that roughly 25 per cent of all crashes involve distracted driving. It kills approximately 78 people per year in B.C. While distractions are everywhere—from the stereo to passengers—one particular distraction is becoming more and more worrisome: your smartphone. Your … Continue reading How to Mount Your Phone in Your Car Properly

Understanding Wrongful Death Claims in British Columbia

When you lose a family member due to the carelessness of someone else, you may be able to bring a legal claim against the individual or entity who caused the accident. These cases are referred to as “wrongful death” claims. Only certain family members will qualify to assert these claims. Read on to learn the … Continue reading Understanding Wrongful Death Claims in British Columbia

Living with a Spinal Cord Injury

Suffering through a spinal cord injury can change your life. Living with a spinal cord injury can mean something very different than living before your injury. For some, it may mean learning to do without sensation or movement in parts of your body. For others, it can mean never using the lower half of your … Continue reading Living with a Spinal Cord Injury

Safety Tips for Driving in School Zones

Drivers should be extra cautious in school zones because children are often present. Children do not always watch out for traffic as they should or use designated crossing points properly. Drivers should slow and watch carefully for children, both in and out of crosswalks. As a rule, speed limits in school zones are generally 30 … Continue reading Safety Tips for Driving in School Zones

Spinal Cord Injury Basics

Your spine and spinal cord affect virtually every aspect of your life. A severe injury to your spinal cord may affect your body in ways that you may not have been able to predict. Serious injuries can lead to an inability to use portions of your body at all. Traumatic injuries, including damages from motor … Continue reading Spinal Cord Injury Basics

School Bus Safety

Of all the vehicle collisions in Canada, only 0.3 percent of those that cause personal injuries or death involve school buses. School buses are one of the safest methods of travel for children today. In fact, from 1995 to 2004, school buses have transported children as many as 6 billion times. There are approximately 3.4 … Continue reading School Bus Safety

Traffic Tickets in British Columbia

Traffic tickets can have long-term negative effects. If you are convicted of a traffic violation, it can result in points on your driver’s licence and fines. Ultimately, these points will increase the cost of driving in BC. The government also has an option to garnish your wages or bank account if you fail to pay … Continue reading Traffic Tickets in British Columbia

Who Can Claim Compensation?

Virtually anyone who has been injured in a motor vehicle accident in British Columbia may have a personal injury claim. This is true even if you were not in a vehicle at the time of the incident. Cyclists, pedestrians, and passengers may all have personal injury claims. In fact, even infants and unborn children who … Continue reading Who Can Claim Compensation?

Time Limits to Sue in British Columbia

Virtually every legal claim has a “time limit.” This limitation is designed so that those who are injured or harmed do not wait too long to assert their rights. Evidence can grow stale, and potential defendants do not want to live their entire lives in fear of being sued. It is a good idea to … Continue reading Time Limits to Sue in British Columbia