Howie, Sacks & Henry is pleased to announce that D. Joel Dick and Meghan Hull Jacquin have been admitted to the Partnership.
It can be reported that the Ontario Court of Appeal has recently re-affirmed the existing state of the law regarding a host’s liability for their guests.
The mefloquine lawsuit in Canada is set to help its victims receive compensation for the drug’s harmful effects and for being part of a clinical trial that didn’t follow proper procedure despite potential risks.
If an injured person chooses to sue a road authority for negligence as a result of deficient winter weather maintenance, the liability picture changes substantially based on the type of roadway where the accident occurred. If the accident occurred on a roadway controlled by a municipality, the test for liability is governed by section 44 … Read More
MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release – November 26, 2018 FLY JAMAICA CLASS ACTION COMMENCED IN CANADA TORONTO, ONTARIO – On November 23, 2018, Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP and Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman LLP filed a Class Action lawsuit with the Superior Court of Ontario against Fly Jamaica for injuries and losses sustained on Flight … Read More
If you or a loved one were injured or experience post traumatic stress in the recent 2018 Fly Jamaica crash – you may be eligible for compensation. At Howie Sacks and Henry LLP – our injury lawyers are experienced in advancing claims on behalf of airplane crash victims. Contact our injury law firm today for a free consultation.
In this article, medical malpractice lawyer Jeremy Syrtash answers the questions: what happens when a medical professional seriously misjudges the situation, and you’ve experienced a serious injury or loss as a result? Is this a textbook case of medical malpractice? Should you be able to be compensated for your injuries?
Recently, the Divisional Court released their decision in Tomec v Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2018 ONSC 5664. This Appeal concerned the issue of whether the limitation period set out in the Insurance Act and the SABS is a “hard” limitation period, such that the limitation period begins two years from the date of denial of … Read More
“Now that using marijuana is legal in Canada, I guess I can buy it anywhere and walk around with as much pot as I like, right?” The short answer is NO. Read on for the longer answer. Adults are now allowed to buy, use and grow cannabis legally in Canada. However, the age of majority … Read More
Our Winter Wonderland holiday party attracted 800 members of the legal and medical rehab community to 3 Brewers in downtown Toronto.