Although backyard pools can provide hours of enjoyment during the summer, they also impose significant responsibilities on their owners. Learn about the simple safety precautions that can allow your pool to be a source of joy for the whole family.
Golf is considered a low-risk sport, but some unexpected safety hazards still remain. Learn more about the steps that golfers and course operators can take to keep the game safe for everyone, on and off the green.
Partner Michael Henry explains why black ice is a particularly dangerous winter driving hazard and shares tips for staying safe while out on the road.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has recently re-affirmed the existing state of the law regarding a host’s liability for their guests.
As a host of an event where alcohol will be served, you should keep your guests’ safety in mind. A host’s concern is not just to the intoxicated, but to anyone who has consumed alcohol, regardless of how much.
HSH Founding Partner Michael Henry discusses some winter walking hazards and shares simple tips for staying safe while travelling on foot.
Fireworks displays are a much-loved Canadian summer tradition, but they can cause serious injury if safety precautions are not followed. Learn about simple steps that can keep adults and children out of harm’s way.
Spending time at the cottage is a Canadian summer tradition, but many activities such as swimming and boating can pose risks for owners and their guests. Learn about some straightforward safety precautions that can help to keep everyone out of harm’s way this summer.
Slip and falls are fairly common occurrences. Whether they are due to a snowy or icy walkway, slippery surfaces or debris, people unexpectedly fall for many reasons.
Personal injury lawyers Kaitlyn MacDonell and Michael Henry explain the recent legislative changes that impact Ontario automobile law.