Would you know what to do if a loved one died without leaving a will? Here are the steps to follow and advice from La Capitale's Legal Access Insurance team to help guide you through the process.
Articles by Marie-Josée Gauvin
There are over 80,000 people who drive snowmobiles or ATVs in Quebec. There's just one stain on this otherwise pretty picture: Two thirds of fatal snowmobile accidents occur outside of marked trails. Since Legal Access Insurance covers part of the professional fees charged by your lawyer, it's a...
Despite your best efforts, you’re no figure skater, and you’ve injured yourself. It’s the start of some unexpected worry and expense.
One lovely Friday afternoon, Sylvie Chartrand got some shocking news from her spouse: he'd been let go from his job. After 17 years of service, he was a mere three years away from retirement. And if that wasn't bad enough, his employer offered him an unsatisfactory severance package.
Spending a day on the slides at a recreation centre, Cédric Bollet and his family expected to relax and have a good time. Like most people, they assumed the slopes were safe and well-maintained.
Charline Drouin and her spouse lived on the 7th floor of a condominium building and decided to buy a dog. Before bringing the animal home, they checked whether the dog was allowed in their condo unit. They did so by consulting the co-ownership agreement and meeting with a board member.
A few years ago, a poorly installed shelf fell on Bruno Vaillancourt while he worked in a garage. At the time, it never occurred to him that he might one day need to consult a lawyer about the incident for his legal defence!