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

How Will a Pre-existing Condition Affect My Accident Claim?

When someone is involved in an accident, he or she may have existing injuries or health conditions when the accident occurs. These conditions were not caused by the accident but were present before the crash happened. What happens when the accident aggravates your pre-existing injuries? Are you able to get compensation for that type of … Continue reading How Will a Pre-existing Condition Affect My Accident Claim?

What to do if You’re Injured on an Amusement Park Ride

Thousands of children and adults are injured on amusement park rides every year. Children are especially vulnerable to injuries because they are smaller and do not fully understand the risks associated with the ride. Because of the favourable weather, amusement park ride injuries and fatalities significantly increase during the summer months. Some parks, fairs, and … Continue reading What to do if You’re Injured on an Amusement Park Ride

Tips for Cycling to Work

Cycling to work has all kinds of benefits. It has significant health advantages and does wonders for the environment by reducing emissions. In fact, registered bike-to-work participants in British Columbia reduced CO2 emissions by 291,999 Kilograms in the last year alone. They also burned over 40,400,000 calories in just one week in 2016! While cycling … Continue reading Tips for Cycling to Work

Canoe and Kayak Safety

Unfortunately, roughly 100 people will die in boating accidents every year, and many more individuals will be severely injured. Thankfully, however, most boating deaths and injuries can be avoided by following simple safety tips. Canoes and kayaks are referred to as “human-powered water crafts,” in British Columbia, which means that the requirements to operate these … Continue reading Canoe and Kayak Safety

Railway Safety

Every year, nearly 100 people are killed, and another 100 are injured because of collisions with trains. Injuries like run-ins with trains are the leading cause of death and disability among youth and children in Canada. Collisions with trains can either be on foot or while traveling in a vehicle. Railway Accident Causes and Statistics … Continue reading Railway Safety

Who is Liable in an Accident When You Lend Your Car?

When you lend your vehicle to someone else, you have very little control over what he or she does behind the wheel. The person that borrowed your car may end up getting into an accident that may or may not have been their fault. Even if you were not driving, you could still be partially … Continue reading Who is Liable in an Accident When You Lend Your Car?

Flying a Drone? Legal and Safety Tips

Drones can be a fun and exciting way to enjoy the outdoors. Their light bodies can fly through the air with ease, and they are often simply amazing to watch. Some flyers can even do stunts and tricks, which makes the experience even more exciting. While drones can be a lot of fun, they can … Continue reading Flying a Drone? Legal and Safety Tips

Playground Safety

As the weather heats up and more people are moving outdoors to enjoy the sunshine, children flock to playground areas. There are many benefits of taking children to the park, including teaching children how to share, make friends, and follow the rules. Exercise and fresh air are great for children of all ages. Equipment and … Continue reading Playground Safety

Exploring Liability Laws in British Columbia: What You Should Know to Protect Yourself

If you have been involved in an accident that was due to the fault of someone else, you may have a legal claim for damages. However, legal claims are much more complicated than simply stating that someone else was at fault for your accident. Instead, you must show that the other person had legal liability … Continue reading Exploring Liability Laws in British Columbia: What You Should Know to Protect Yourself

Drowning Prevention

Unfortunately, drowning is the second leading cause of death in children in Canada. While many drownings occur at the pool or the lake, most infant drownings occur in bathtubs and other small amounts of water. Toddlers are more likely to drown in swimming pools, but ponds, rivers, and lakes can also be a serious threat. … Continue reading Drowning Prevention