We’re is pleased to announce that Paul Miller has joined HSH. With the addition of Paul and his team (including associate Valerie Lord), clients will benefit from their expertise in Mass Torts as well as other personal injury practice areas.
We have known Paul for many years, and his reputation for representing accident victims in their fight for justice is highly respected,” says David Levy, Managing Partner, Howie, Sacks & Henry. “We are particularly excited about Paul’s experience and expertise in Mass Torts, and look forward to growing that practice with him at Howie, Sacks & Henry.
A dedicated advocate for people who have suffered personal injuries, Miller has 20 years of experience involving cases of defective products and medical devices, motor vehicle accidents, airplane crashes, slip and falls as well as fighting for those denied long-term disability benefits. Miller was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1997. He was a board member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (2004-2006) and currently sits on the Board of Directors with the US-based organization, Public Justice.
His Mass Torts and Class Action experience includes acting as co-lead counsel for the victims of the 2005 Air France crash at Toronto’s Pearson airport, and representing deaf and hearing impaired clients suffering complications from cochlear ear implants. He is currently exploring representing victims of secondary exposure to asbestos, which can lie dormant for 30-40 years.
‘I am thrilled to join Howie, Sacks & Henry. The Firm has an incredible reputation with lawyers who are very proud of the work that they do,” says Miller.
To schedule a media interview with Paul Miller, please contact Pamela Foster at 1-877-474-5997 | email@example.com.
About Howie, Sacks & Henry @hshlawyers
Howie, Sacks & Henry was formed in 2000 and is based in Toronto. It is one of Canada’s top personal injury Law Firms. The Firm’s mission is to handle serious personal injury cases with compassion and professionalism, ensuring that their clients receive maximum compensation for their pain, suffering, financial losses and future needs.