The field of law constantly evolves, as does the definition of justice. At Howie, Sacks & Henry, our lawyers are rigorous in their application of the law and in ‘fighting the hard fight’ on behalf of our clients. Throughout the process, the expertise of our lawyers becomes that much more significant. Provided below is a select list of articles written by our lawyers, dealing with elements of law we believe might be of interest to other lawyers in the field of personal injury law – and which may ultimately benefit their clients.
In this article, Neil Sacks gives an overview of new research and treatments of neuroplasticity.
In this article, Renée Vinett reviews the nature and effects of fatigue, sleep deprivation, extended work hours, and warning signs that an individual may be suffering from fatigue.
In this article, Valerie Lord and Paul Miller discuss how product liability claims in Canada most often involve allegations of negligence, incl. negligent design, negligent manufacturing, and/or a failure to warn.
HSH has launched a comprehensive consumer awareness campaign to better inform and educate Canadians about the risks of defective hernia mesh products and how victims may be eligible to participate in the hernia mesh lawsuit in Canada.
In this article, David Levy outlines the severity of slip and fall injuries in Canada, explains why nursing homes can be a particular site of concern, and offers some tips to reduce the risk of falls.
Watch this video alerting Canadians of the potential of faulty or defective hernia mesh used during surgery on those experiencing serious complications, requiring or having had revision or repair surgery.
In this article, Melissa Miller outlines the major types of elder abuse, highlights symptoms that may indicate abuse, and explains legal options to deal with abuse at nursing homes.
In this article, Michael Henry and Renée Vinett explore the development of bionic technology, including the planned testing of a bionic spine, and explain how the concept of neuroplasticity is revolutionizing health care.