HSH Associate Melissa Miller recently achieved a fantastic result for her client at a jury trial in February, in Dewitt v. State Farm. This article discusses the case.
Joan Vincent and Roland Rehhorn, the parents of 24- year old Angela Rehhorn, who died on March 10, 2019 on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, have retained HSH’s Paul Miller and Joe Fiorante of Camp, Fiorante, Matthews, Mogerman to represent their family in potential litigation against Ethiopian Airlines in Canada. The family has taken the further … Read More
Personal Injury Lawyer Eman Khoshbin several important touchstones for litigators to consider when conducting a liability analysis in the context of a cyclist-motor vehicle accident,
Personal Injury Lawyer Renée Vinett breaks down the laws surrounding personal injury claims on children.
Harsher penalties for distracted drivers came into effect on January 1, 2019 through the Cannabis, Smoke-Free Ontario and Road Safety Statute Law Amendment Act. Sandra Train explains how this can help end phone use while driving.
HSH Managing partner and Personal Injury Lawyer David Levy elaborates on Ontario’s new driving laws, and how they can affect you.
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.
Along with the benefits of a cycling culture comes greater risk and accidents.
If you were affected by the Jan. 11 Ottawa bus crash, learn more about your choices by contacting Meghan Hull Jacquin.
This week’s bus crash in Ottawa is a wake-up call for many, especially coming on the heels of the fatal collision involving the Humboldt junior hockey team this past April. For some, this week’s event – which killed three and injured many more – begs the question: when and how will the federal government finally improve the safety of commercial buses?