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 Consultation Office

7404 King George Blvd. Suite 200

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

Toronto Main Office

5075 Yonge Street, Suite 805

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

Preventing Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

Mild traumatic brain injuries are commonly known as concussions. These injuries are often caused by a blow, jolt, or bump on the head. Anytime the brain hits up against the wall of the skull, a concussion can result. Mild traumatic brain injuries can technically range from mild to severe, depending on how the injury occurred … Continue reading Preventing Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries

Swimming Safety Tips

The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve near Tofino and Ucluelet is getting a new program to help prevent swimming accidents and drownings in the area. The CoastSmart Program is based on similar programs in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Hawaii. It will be the first coastal safety program in Canada. The Coast Smart Program in Action … Continue reading Swimming Safety Tips

Elder Financial Abuse: How to Protect Yourself

Financial abuse against elderly individuals is far more prominent than most people realize. In fact, in 2015 alone and estimated 25,000 elderly Canadians were financially harmed. In a 2014 survey, approximately 40% of seniors said that they had been financially abused in the past. Unfortunately, this abuse may be caused by individuals in whom you place … Continue reading Elder Financial Abuse: How to Protect Yourself

Canadians with Traumatic Brain Injuries Are More Likely to Be Incarcerated

Suffering from a traumatic brain injury can change your life. Unfortunately, for some people, there is no real full recovery available after a traumatic brain injury. Recent studies have indicated that men who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are 2.5 times more likely to be imprisoned in a Canadian federal correction facility … Continue reading Canadians with Traumatic Brain Injuries Are More Likely to Be Incarcerated

Safety Tips for Bicyclists

Bicycle traffic has increased significantly over the past few years. Thankfully, collisions involving bicycles have surprisingly decreased  slightly in the Vancouver area. This decrease is likely attributed to Vancouver’s focus on bicycle safety and ensuring that bicyclists have reliable roadways and pathways to use. Keeping the collision numbers down means that all bicyclists should continue … Continue reading Safety Tips for Bicyclists

The Importance of Wearing a Lifejacket or Personal Flotation Device

Transport Canada’s Small Vessel Regulations require that all personal flotation devices should be comfortable and functional enough to be worn at all times. However, the regulation does not technically require that you should wear a lifejacket or personal flotation device. Nonetheless, it is a good idea to wear this protective gear whenever you are on … Continue reading The Importance of Wearing a Lifejacket or Personal Flotation Device

Tips for a Safe Victoria Day in British Columbia

Enjoying the holidays is something you have probably looked forward to all year. Getting the chance to have a day off work and to spend some time with friends and family is certainly exciting but it is even more important to ensure that you take all necessary steps to minimize being involved in any type of accident and sustaining injuries over Victoria Day.

The Risks of Driving Without a Valid Driver’s Licence

Not having a valid driver’s licence in British Columbia is more than just an administrative inconvenience if you get caught. It can also lead to serious penalties. Understanding the potential consequences for driving without a valid driver’s licence could help you to avoid serious problems. Many individuals who are unlicenced are still driving on the roads.

Summer Driving Safety

Enjoying time out with your family relaxing on your days and evenings off-work and taking every opportunity to enjoy the good weather are just some of the benefits of spending more time on the road over the summer. Unfortunately, however, in the summer the highways across Canada become busier than ever with construction, people traveling and wildlife.

Safe Driving in Construction Zones

It is important to always pay attention to the road ahead of you whenever you are behind the wheel of any vehicle. However, it is even more important to pay attention to your surroundings and to employ safety protocols when driving in a work zone anywhere in Canada. Work zones can be challenging as well as complicated for drivers.