Valerie Lord gives an overview of the health insurance legislation in each Province and Territory, which grants Provincial Health Insurers (PHI) their recovery rights in class actions.
In this article, Kaitlyn MacDonnell and Michael Henry detail two recent court decisions that may indicate the Courts are no longer tolerating the extreme tactics that insurers sometimes employ.
In this article, Jeremy Syrtash and Neil Sacks share some frequently asked questions about medical malpractice claims they’ve received from patients, medical professionals and other lawyers.
Brad Moscato presented at the 70th Annual Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) Conference on “So, You Think You Can Write a Medical-Legal Report?”.
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.
CTV reports on Dawn Green’s lawsuit, the first in Canada against the manufacture of Morcellator in Canada.
HSH acting as counsel for the Canadian International and National Security Law Scholars in the Supreme Court of the United States in support of victims of terrorist attacks.
James Howie, Adam Wagman, David Levy, Michael Henry and Neil Sacks ranked by their peers as leading lawyers in the area of Personal Injury Law in the 2017 Lexpert Directory.
Howie, Sacks & Henry and Waddell Phillips have launched a Canada-wide class action litigation against the makers of St. Jude Defibrillator products known as the Fortify, Fortify Assura, Fortify Assura MP, Unify, Unify Assura and Unify Quadra.
In this article, Mike Henry discusses common types of accidents involving large commercial vehicles and offers some road safety tips.