An update on the ongoing Mefloquine Mass Tort.
Retired Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire has added his name to the growing list of Canadian veterans taking part in a mass tort lawsuit, brought by Howie Sacks & Henry and Waddell Phillips, against the Canadian Government.
Return to Mefloquine homepage. Since January 2019, we have been contacted by over 2,672 individuals. We have been retained by 839 clients, and we have filed claims for almost 200 clients so far, with more claims anticipated to be filed shortly. We continue to thank each and every one of you for your dedication to … Read More
Return to Mefloquine homepage. The following is a summary of the first case conference regarding the Mefloquine Mass Tort. On August 13, 2019, the parties attended the first Case Management Conference before Prothonotary Furlanetto of the Federal Court. The purpose of this attendance was to introduce the cases to the Court and to work out scheduling … Read More
John Dowe is a veteran working with HSH to bring justice to veterans affected by Mefloquine across the country.
Three separate lawsuits have been filed in the Federal Court by a total of 8 individuals against the Government of Canada alleging that the Government, through the Department of National Defence, ordered members of the Canadian Armed Forces to take an anti-malarial medication known as “Mefloquine” without adequately informing CAF Members of the severe adverse … Read More
If you were given an anti-malarial drug while serving in the Canadian forces you are invited to attend this free virtualevent 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.
We would appreciate 2 minutes of your time to complete this year’s survey, and show your support for Howie, Sacks & Henry.
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.