HSH Associate Samantha Shatz discusses how Medical Negligence/Malpractice Lawyers are having to “Think Outside the Box” during the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this article, we answer 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?
In this article, we answer the questions: What happens if 20 years goes by and a parent wants to start investigating a birth injury? Is it too late?
Joel Dick spoke at The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Annual Disability Insurance Law conference, a platform to discuss winning strategies, practical techniques, and critical issues in the field of disability insurance law.
HSH has launched a comprehensive consumer awareness campaign to better inform and educate Canadians about the risks of defective hernia mesh products and how victims may be eligible to participate in the hernia mesh lawsuit in Canada.
In this article, Michael Henry and Renée Vinett explore the development of bionic technology, including the planned testing of a bionic spine, and explain how the concept of neuroplasticity is revolutionizing health care.
In this article, Meghan Hull Jacquin reviews common surgical and medical errors, outlines reasons why these errors may occur, and lists some ways you can help reduce your risk of experiencing a “never event.”
In this blog article, Adam Wagman and Melissa Miller explore some research and findings on medicinal marijuana which suggest some doses can be an effective way to treat traumatic brain injuries.
In this post, Neil Sacks asserts that neuroplasticity-based brain injury treatment needs insurance and personal injury law collaboration to be covered.
This article provides insight into a nursing home client’s bill of rights set out by the Long-Term Care Homes Act and discusses nursing home negligence in Ontario.