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Aimee King

About Aimee King

Aimee joined Slater Vecchio LLP in February 2007. Aimee has represented clients in both the Provincial and the Supreme Courts of British Columbia.

How Physiotherapy Can Help with Injury Recovery
Physiotherapy for injury recovery
Getting injured in a car crash can often lead to long-term pain and physical problems that seem almost impossible to recover from. But thanks to the wonderful treatment of physiotherapists, there are many ways to manage, alleviate, or overcome the pain of a car accident injury. Here are a few ways physiotherapists can help. 1…
What is a Physiatrist?
physiatrist treating pain
If you’ve been seriously injured, the road to recovery can mean a lot of visits to doctors and specialists. One of those visits may be with a physiatrist. But what is a physiatrist? What do they do? And how do they help? For some people, it may be a confusing term the first time they…
Clearing Up Icy Sidewalks
icy sidewalk clearing fault blame
Unusually cold weather causes an equally unusual problem in Metro Vancouver – icy sidewalks. With the risk of people slipping and falling, this also poses some legal questions. Who is responsible for clearing sidewalks? And by when? All of the local municipalities have bylaws covering this. In Vancouver, Richmond, Port Coquitlam, and Maple Ridge sidewalks…
Drowsy Driving
driving drowsy
Some days, there’s just not enough coffee in the world to keep you awake. While it may lead to awkward moments of yawning at work or nodding off during dinner conversation, fatigue is a much more serious matter once you start thinking about getting behind the wheel of a car. The Canadian Council of Motor…
Child Immunizations Worth a Shot
The World Health Organization estimates that more than three million lives are saved every year by disease-preventing vaccinations. In Canada, parents are advised to have their babies immunized against 13 preventable diseases. The vaccines are free to the public. But there's currently a growing debate among parents about whether or not to immunize their children.…
Safe Sleep for Your Baby
The Public Health Agency of Canada offers important guidelines for providing a safe sleeping environment for babies. The goal is to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or "SIDS", in infants. SIDS is the sudden, unexplained death of an infant less than a year old. The risk of SIDS is highest between two and four months…