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Saro Turner

Saro Turner

About Saro Turner

Saro joined Slater Vecchio LLP in June 2009. In addition to compensation for pain and suffering, he has obtained compensation for past and future loss of income, health care expenses and more.

NFL Football Brain Injury Conidi
May 12, 2016
Neurologist Tackles NFL Brain Injuries
There’s no denying that the NFL has a serious issue with concussions. After years of trying to sweep it under the rug, they’ve since come around to establishing procedures for dealing with concussed players. But what about the NHL? Is the group that governs the professional league of Canada’s most loved sport playing in the…
football CTE death
January 29, 2016
Another NFL Concussion Death
Tyler Sash was just 27 when he was found dead in his Iowa home from an accidental overdose of pain medication. After 16 years of playing football, Tyler won a Super Bowl in just two seasons with the New York Giants - it ended up costing him his life. After Tyler was fired from The…
pedestrian safety
November 25, 2015
Winter Pedestrian Safety Tips
On average, one person is struck by a vehicle every day in Vancouver. Pedestrians are the most vulnerable users of the road. Shorter days and winter weather conditions increase pedestrian danger. Keep these safety tips in mind when walking 1. Pay attention to your surroundings and be ready for unexpected events. Don’t allow your vision…
icbc write off
September 1, 2015
Your Vehicle is a Write off- Now What?
Have you ever been in a car accident and ICBC tells you that your vehicle is a write-off? This means that the repair costs are more than the fair market value of the vehicle. In these circumstances, ICBC will pay you what they determine is the fair market value of your vehicle. While write-offs are…
September 18, 2014
Owners Liable if Dog Escapes
Rocky is an 89 pound Doberman. One day, he escapes his owners’ enclosed yard and bolts towards a 61 year-old cyclist, knocking him from his bike. The cyclist suffers injuries including broken ribs and a fractured clavicle. Due to his injuries, the cyclist is unable to work for several months. Prior to the incident, Rocky…
January 8, 2014
The MIPS Helmet Protects Against Concussions
Concussions occur when the brain rotates within the skull after an impact. The movement causes axons in the brain to tear or stretch, leading to symptoms associated with brain injury. Helmets that meet today’s standards do not protect against the “rotational acceleration” of the brain that can cause a concussion. It’s time for something better.…
August 29, 2013
Remote Texter Can Be Liable
Have you ever texted someone who you knew was driving when you hit the send button? A New Jersey judge says that a "remote texter" may be responsible for third party injuries in an accident caused by the driver receiving the texts. "A person sending text messages has a duty not to text someone who…
July 4, 2013
Heatstroke Kills – Keep Kids Out of Unattended Cars
Two children die from heatstroke after being left in unattended vehicles. We hear these stories every year, and every year our hearts break for the families and loved ones involved. The Canada Safety Council estimates between 4 and 6 children across the country die from being left in overheated vehicles each year. In the U.S.,…