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.
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.
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
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?
In this blog post, Adam Wagman explores Statutory Accident Benefits, and explains why failing to choose the appropriate coverage for you and your family is a mistake you don’t want to make.
In this blog post, Adam Wagman explores third party liability (TPL) insurance and explains why failing to choose the appropriate coverage for you and your family is a mistake you don’t want to make.
In June 2016 new legislation drastically reduced the minimum insurance coverage Ontarians receive for medical and rehabilitation benefits as well as attendant care. To ensure you and your family are adequately protected, it is essential to ‘buy back’ the benefits that were taken away.
Howie, Sacks & Henry is the sole sponsor of St. Michael’s Hospital TIPSY Program, a half day injury prevention program offered to high school students in the GTA. Congratulations to Gabrielle de Manuel, this year’s winner of the HSH $1,000 scholarship.
In this article, Melissa Miller outlines five things you should know once your loved one is in a nursing home in Ontario.
In this article, medical malpractice lawyer Jeremy Syrtash answers the questions: What happens if 20 years goes by and a parent wants to start investigating a birth injury? Is it too late?