The field of law constantly evolves, as does the definition of justice. At Howie, Sacks & Henry, our lawyers are rigorous in their application of the law and in ‘fighting the hard fight’ on behalf of our clients. Throughout the process, the expertise of our lawyers becomes that much more significant. Provided below is a select list of articles written by our lawyers, dealing with elements of law we believe might be of interest to other lawyers in the field of personal injury law – and which may ultimately benefit their clients.
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.
In this article, Michael J. Henry discusses some of the levels of automation of “self-driving vehicles”, and the potential for collisions.
August 29, 2018 — HSH is Proud To Be Co-Counsel of B.C. Class Action Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Companies
Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP is doing our part to address the Opioid Crisis, proud co-counsel of BC’s Class Action against Opioid drug companies.
In this article, Valerie Lord discusses the contribution “The Bleeding Edge,” has made to the debate over faulty medical devices and reports on some recent developments announced by the FDA and Essure’s manufacturer Bayer.
In this article, Melissa Miller highlights three class actions commenced against three separate nursing homes.
In this article, personal injury lawyer Michael Henry details some of the realities of legalizing and policing the use of marijuana, and the potential impact on road safety.
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, Melissa Miller highlights the top five things to consider when choosing a nursing home in Ontario for an elderly loved one.
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?
In this article, Valerie Lord recounts her family’s personal experience with pituitary brain injuries, and sheds some light on how to recognize the symptoms associated with pituitary brain injuries, how to get a proper diagnosis, and what treatment is available.
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