Demystifying the complex and sometimes overwhelming world of personal injury in Ontario.
In this blog post, I explain the difference between sport injuries that may result in compensation, and those that likely will not.
In this article, Paul Miller examines how Abilify, a popularly prescribed drug often used to treat a variety of psychiatric illnesses, has been found to cause compulsive behaviour such as problem gambling.
Howie, Sacks & Henry is the sole sponsor of St. Michael's Hospital TIPSY Program, a half day injury prevention program offered to high school students in the GTA. Congratulations to Sarah McFarlan, this year's winner of the HSH $1,000 scholarship.
In this post, Michael J. Henry explores the liability of governments in terms of operating public attractions, such as provincial or municipal parks and publicly owned and operated campgrounds.
HSH and our personal injury lawyers are pleased to have supported A Moving Affair hosted by Shelter Movers.
Howie, Sacks & Henry took home two marketing awards at the Legal Marketing Association gala
In this article, Jeremy Syrtash and Neil Sacks share some frequently asked questions about medical malpractice claims they've received from patients, medical professionals and other lawyers.
Meghan Hull Jacquin spoke at The Ontario Bar Association's 2017 conference "Motor Vehicle Tort Litigation in Ontario: Critical Updates."