Has your employment situation changed unfairly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Whether it be for the protection or compensation of employers or employees, if you believe you have a legal claim Guardian Law Group's Employment Law team is here to help you determine the legal validity of your claim.
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Last week's fatal rollover in Jasper National Park is just the latest deadly bus accident to face our country. 3 dead, 14 others critically injured, plus reports of a baby being thrown from the bus.
Even after other fatal accidents in Humboldt, Ottawa, and Bamfield over the past 2 years there has yet to be any significant policy changes for more passenger safety. There were no seatbelts on the bus, even though they could've potentially saved lives.
If you were a victim of this tragedy or had loved ones who were hurt in the crash, please get in touch with Guardian Law Group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 403-457-7778
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Guardian Law Group has filed a Class Action lawsuit against Cargill Ltd. for the harm caused to the community during their negligent mishandling of their outbreak of COVID-19 in April.
To quote Guardian's Mathew Farrell “Businesses bear a responsibility to the community to take reasonable measures to limit the spread of this disease, and where they fail to do so, we will hold them to account for the harms that result.”
The lawsuit is filed on behalf of the family, friends and those who came in contact with Cargill workers and contracted the coronavirus. These are people who never made any decisions whether or not to keep working yet still suffered due to Cargill's actions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainty and anxiety to Albertans. For those of you worried about your job security during this pandemic, here are 10 things Albertans need to know. By Mathew Farrell of Guardian Law Group LLP
There are only a few days left for those hurt by Avandia to join the Canadian Class Action lawsuit against the drug’s manufacturer, GlaxoSmithKline.
Avandia (Rosiglitazone) is a common medication used for the treatment of diabetes which has been linked to many life-threatening health issues, such as heart attacks and heart failure. Since being released in 1999, Avandia has been taken by more than 6 million Canadians.
Despite a growing amount of evidence linking Avandia with heart conditions, GlaxoSmithKline denies any health risks with their drug and continued to heavily market Avandia. Health Canada posted an advisory warning in November 2001 indicating safety concerns being associated with this class of drug. Even after this, GlaxoSmithKline continually made claims regarding the safety of Avandia.
It is advised that anybody taking Avandia should consult with their physician immediately. Having said that, we do not advise stopping your medication without first consulting with a doctor.
A Class Action lawsuit has gone through the courts, with a settlement having been approved where GlaxoSmithKline has to pay out up to CAD$6.75 million to those impacted by the drug. Those impacted are entitled to financial compensation ranging from CAD$3,333 and CAD$18,333.
To qualify, you must meet the following criteria: 1. You must have been prescribed and took Avandia for a minimum of 30 consecutive days before December 2010; and 2. Within one year of taking Avandia you must have suffered one or more of the following cardiovascular issues: a. Myocardial infarction (heart attack); b. Congestive heart failure; c. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG surgery); and/or d. Percutaneous coronary intervention with stent placement. If the affected person is now deceased, a spouse or estate representative may file a claim on their behalf.
The claims period for this lawsuit ends on July 15th. This means that in order to be deemed a part of the lawsuit and receive compensation for your suffering, you must have all your completed forms along with supporting medical records submitted to the courts by Wednesday, July 15th at the latest.