Howie, Sacks & Henry is proud to announce that Law Clerk Tania Harris has been awarded the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Outstanding Law Clerk Award for 2019.
HSH Managing partner and Personal Injury Lawyer David Levy elaborates on Ontario’s new driving laws, and how they can affect you.
At 2 AM on March 10, 2019, we sprung forward an hour thanks to Daylight Savings Time (DST). Here’s the good news: the much-anticipated event heralds the arrival of spring, which couldn’t come soon enough for many of us struggling through a difficult winter. Here’s the bad news: Not only will we be losing an … Read More
Personal injury lawyers Renee Vinett and Daniel Fisher explain how witnesses are a crucial part of building a case around a mild traumatic brain injury.
Personal injury lawyer Daniel Fisher explains your legal rights when using recreational trails.
175 veterans gathered at the Legion in Edmonton to learn more about the forthcoming lawsuit against the DND.
On February 10, lawyers from HSH and Waddell Phillips held their first town hall meeting at the Royal Canadian Legion 139 in Mississauga to discuss the Mefloquine lawsuit against the DND.
Personal injury lawyer and Howie, Sacks & Henry Founding Partner Michael Henry explains the importance of cleaning snow off the top of your car.
International news coverage has been issued on ‘Havanah Syndrome,’ mysterious brain injuries which Canadian diplomats have sustained while representing Canada in Cuba. Howie, Sacks & Henry’s Paul Miller weighs in.
Along with the benefits of a cycling culture comes greater risk and accidents.