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Ottawa injury lawyer David Hollingsworth on CTV News giving free legal consultations.

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Ottawa injury lawyer David Hollingsworth on CTV News giving free legal consultations.

I had the pleasure of appearing on CTV news this week and had many great questions sent in by viewers .  The CTV website hosts the segment in case you missed it and I will soon put a copy up on our YOUTUBE channel.

The main topic of the segment was lawsuits involving children or people under a disability and what you need to know. To find out more on this topic, please watch the video segment.

During the question and answer segment , we answered some great questions.  Not all relate to personal injury but very useful questions…

– I got injured at work. Do I have to go through WSIB or can I sue?

-I just bought my first home. What is land transfer tax, how much is it and are there any other hidden costs?

-What should I do if my sister is incapable of taking care of herself and there is no power of attorney?

-What is the difference between a power of attorney and a living will ?

-My boss gave me a letter telling me that basically things weren’t working out and fired me. Can he do this without warning

-I live in Ontario but got in a car accident in Quebec. The guy that hit me is a Quebec resident. Should I hire a lawyer from Quebec or Ontario?

-My wife was at a store and reached up for a vacuum and 3 huge boxes fell on her and hit her on the head.  They have offered us $2000. Does this seem reasonable and should we get a second opinion?

Unfortunately I didn’t get to answer all of the questions sent in.  I would be happy to answer your questions by phone or email. Please contact me with your questions.  I will also be appearing on the show again in six weeks, so keep your questions coming !

Thanks for watching…