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News and Events

Two Pedestrians Struck And Killed In Toronto Accidents

August 18, 2014: Two people have been struck and killed in separate pedestrian accidents in Toronto:

Two pedestrians have died after being struck by vehicles in separate incidents in Toronto overnight.

A man in his 60s was walking on the sidewalk on Queen Street East near Parliament Street, when an approaching vehicle mounted the curb and struck him at approximately 1:30 a.m.

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Pace Law Firm BBQ Raises $6000 for Collingwood Hospital

On Saturday, July 26, 2014, Pace Law Firm hosted a BBQ in Collingwood to raise money for the Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation. On offer were Loonie Hot Dogs and Toonie Burgers. We're proud to report that we raised $6000 for the foundation. It was a great day, with beautiful weather and generous people in attendance.

Thanks to the staff for making it happen, and thanks to the people who came out in support of a great cause.

See more pics from the event here.

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Pace lawyer Albert Conforzi Included in the Lexpert Directory

Albert Conforzi Listed in the Lexpert Legal Expert Directory

We are pleased to announce that Pace lawyer Albert Conforzi has been included in the Lexpert directory as a leader in his field.

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New Long-Term Study Looks at Head and Brain Injury

Due to a number of lawsuits involving high profile sports leagues, including the NFL and NHL, head injury research is becoming a regular feature in the news. Now, the Toronto Star reports on a new study that is taking this research to a whole new level:

It’s not every day that someone asks me to lend my brain to science and offers me a lumbar puncture to extract spinal fluid for research.

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Campaign Seeks to End Distracted Driving

June 3, 2014: The CBC highlights a new campaign called #PracticeSafeText which seeks to stop distracted driving:

Sending a text message while behind the wheel and other forms of distracted driving can be devastating to families, a group of Ontario teens heard Monday as part of a new national awareness campaign called #PracticeSafeText.

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Police Urge Motorcycle Safety

A report from CTV notes that while warmer weather means the return of motorcycle season, it also means the return of motorcycle accidents. Riders and drivers take heed:

While blues skies and warmer weather may mean the start of motorcycle season for many riders, a rash of deadly motorcycle accidents across the GTA serves as a stark reminder of the dangers that exist when cars and motorcycles share the road.

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Boat Safety: Wear Your Lifejacket

May 16, 2014: With the May long weekend upon us, no doubt many of us are heading to the cottage to enjoy some fun on board fishing and ski boats. Unfortunately, when boating season starts, so do the boating accidents. Remember to be careful out there. As this report from the OPP points out, the most important thing you can do to protect yourself from death is wear your lifejacket:

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Police Show Drivers the Dangers of Distracted and Impaired Driving

May 15, 2014: Barrie police are taking a hands-on approach to show drivers just how dangerous impaired driving and distracted driving actually is:

The Barrie Police Traffic Unit held an event to demonstrate the dangers at the Georgian Mall parking lot as an event to mark Canada Road Safety Week.

Drivers were encouraged to try and make their way through a course in the parking lot with goggles to simulate impaired driving.

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Aboriginal Abuse Claims: The Story Is Not Over

Elaine Bright - Pace Personal Injury Lawyer: Residential school claims are coming to a conclusion. Will that be the end of abuse claims by aboriginal people in Canada? Definitely not.

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Education and "Cognitive Reserve" Helps Brain Injury Victims

A new study says that staying in school and building up a "cognitive reserve" can help people recover better from brain injury:

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