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Month: November 2022


Different strategies for the future of immigration in Canada, US

Nov 17, 2022 | Canadian Immigration Law, U.S. Immigration

It is no secret that immigration policies and laws vary considerably between the U.S. and Canada. The processes are different, as is the likelihood of admittance.  These and other differences are unlikely to change in the coming years as both countries continue to take different approaches to welcoming immigrants. Number of immigrants One major difference between … Continue reading “Different strategies for the future of immigration in Canada, US”

Spilled truck cargo: A big problem for smaller vehicles

Nov 15, 2022 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Driving between Seattle and Vancouver can be a beautiful, relatively quick trip. However, you can face a serious detour if you wind up injured in a crash caused by spilled cargo. Because commercial vehicles often use these same routes, knowing the risks that cargo can present is crucial. Why does cargo spill? Cargo in trucks … Continue reading “Spilled truck cargo: A big problem for smaller vehicles”

What are the most distracting things drivers do?

Nov 1, 2022 | Cross-border Personal Injury

Distracted driving remains a far too pervasive issue on Canadian roads. In fact, some studies estimate that roughly 80 percent of accidents involve some amount of driver distraction. This statistic is especially troubling because distraction is typically a completely preventable behavior for drivers.  Knowing what the most distracting things a driver can do behind the … Continue reading “What are the most distracting things drivers do?”