Diamond and Diamond BC
B.C. Offices

Langley Consultation Office

8661 201 Street, 2nd Floor

Richmond Consultation Office

5811 Cooney Road Suite 305 South Tower

Burnaby Consultation Office

4720 Kingsway Suite 2600

Kelowna Consultation Office

1631 Dickson Avenue Suite 1100

Surrey Main Office

13737 96 Ave #1104

Vancouver Head Office

1727 West Broadway, Suite 400

ONTARIO OFFICES

Brampton Consultation Office

341 Parkhurst Square, Suite 5

Etobicoke Consultation Office

34 Greensboro Dr 2nd Floor

Toronto Head Office

255 Consumers Road, 5th Floor

Sudbury Consultation Office

144 Elm Street, Suite 201

Peterborough Consultation Office

459 George Street North

Ottawa Main Office

1081 Carling Avenue, Suite 704

Mississauga Office

2155 Leanne Blvd #113

London Main Office

256 Pall Mall St, Suite 102

Hamilton Consultation Office

105 Main Street East, Suite 1500

Barrie Main Office

17 Poyntz Avenue

Windsor Main Office

13158 Tecumseh Rd. E. Unit 3B

Thunder Bay Consultation Office

278 Algoma Street South

ALBERTA OFFICES

Calgary Consultation Office

909 17th Avenue SW, 4th Floor

Edmonton Head Office

4246 97 Street NW, Unit 100

Ice Fishing Safety Tips

To some, a day spent ice fishing represents the epitome of boredom. To them, it means sitting in a cold shack in the middle of a lake staring down mindlessly for hours at a hole one has laboriously drilled through the ice. Two thousand of Canadians, though, even an unproductive day of “hard water” angling … Continue reading Ice Fishing Safety Tips

Things to Do (and Avoid Doing) After a Car Wreck

According to the Transport Canada website, in 2015 Canada’s 25 million licenced drivers were involved in around 160,000 automobile accidents in which a driver, pedestrian or passenger suffered reportable injuries. Many other crashes involve only damage to the vehicles or other property. While these numbers are relatively modest in comparison to those in many other … Continue reading Things to Do (and Avoid Doing) After a Car Wreck

Injury Risks In Youth Ice Hockey

When it comes to winter sports, many consider “Canada” and “hockey” to be virtually synonymous. The beloved Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs National Hockey League franchises continue to stir the passions of millions of fans across the country, while statues pay tribute to legendary players such as “Les Habs’” Maurice “Rocket” Richard. Though professional … Continue reading Injury Risks In Youth Ice Hockey

Slip and Fall Accidents on Private and Public Property

Falls and resulting injuries can happen for any number of reasons, including accumulated ice, a water spill on the floor of the local grocery store or a cracked sidewalk. If you or a loved one has been injured in a fall due to these or other conditions, you may be considering legal action against the … Continue reading Slip and Fall Accidents on Private and Public Property

Toy Injuries

Under the Canada Consumer Safety Act and associated regulations, any toy sold in Canada must satisfy a variety of highly detailed requirements concerning matters as diverse as the flammability of its component materials, the presence of any choking hazards and its packaging. The Ministry of Health has the power to issue mandatory recall orders for … Continue reading Toy Injuries

Distracted Driving

Eating and drinking, smoking, adjusting the radio or interacting with passengers can all divert a driver’s attention from the road. Nearly everyone has a story about a driver he or she saw blithely applying makeup or even reading the newspaper while piloting a 1,200-kilogram vehicle down the highway at 100 kph. There’s no mystery regarding … Continue reading Distracted Driving

Safety on the Slopes

Each winter British Columbia’s spectacular scenery and relatively mild weather attract tens of thousands of Canadian and American outdoor sport enthusiasts to the province. From accomplished downhill speedsters ready to tackle North America’s fourth highest vertical drop at Kicking Horse Mountain to families enjoying a back country snowshoeing or dog sledding weekend at Kimberley Alpine … Continue reading Safety on the Slopes

Injured at the Gym – Can You Sue?

According to a recent poll conducted for the GoodLife Fitness website, improvements to personal health and wellness were at the top of the 2018 New Year’s resolutions list of more than one in three Canadians. Due in part to competition spurred by the proliferation of lower cost clubs such as the giant American chain Planet … Continue reading Injured at the Gym – Can You Sue?

Winter Driving Tips

From the beaches along its 27,000 metre long Pacific coastline to mountain peaks more than 4,500 metres high, the diverse beauty of British Columbia is unmatched. This variety, however, also means that drivers traversing the province will likely encounter a variety of road and weather conditions throughout the year. Even in mild weather, narrow mountain … Continue reading Winter Driving Tips

Pedestrian Safety

In any contest between an average human and an 1,100 kg auto, the human will undoubtedly be the loser. According to the British Columbia Coroner’s Service, there were nearly 400 fatal traffic-related pedestrians deaths in the province between 2010 and 2016. That’s nearly 50 per year or one each week. While accidents can and do … Continue reading Pedestrian Safety