Meghan M. Hull Jacquin
Meghan’s practice is devoted to all types of personal injury litigation on behalf of seriously injured plaintiffs and their families. She has genuine concern for the predicaments of her clients and goes the distance to do everything she can for the best possible result, in order to assist them in reshaping and rebuilding their lives. Meghan has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Court of Appeal of Ontario and the Financial Services Commission.
Meghan began her career defending insurance companies and quickly realized that her passion lies in assisting people whose lives have been turned upside down by unexpected events. She joined Howie, Sacks & Henry in 2004 and has enjoyed a full and rewarding career since.
Meghan is active in the legal community, holding several memberships with legal associations and organizations, writing for their publications and speaking at their events. Meghan worked on the Canadian Brain Injury Association annual fundraising event for several years and is an active member of the Brain Injury Society of Toronto Communications Committee.
Medical Malpractice Series: Surgical and Medical Error, HSH Blog, August 2017
Nursing Home Negligence in Ontario and The Long-Term Care Homes Act, HSH Blog, April 2017
A Roadmap For Parents Considering a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit, HSH Blog, July 2016
Should I Pursue A Medical Malpractice Claim?, HSH Blog, June 2016
Rowan’s Law Passes: Sports, Concussions and Youth, HSH Blog, June 2016
Counsel Beware: Experts Can Cost You More Than You Bargained For, HSH E-News, July 2014
Delay Deemed Reasonable, HSH E-News, February 2014
Director Delegate Ensures No Double Standard, HSH E-News, November 2013
The Importance of Knowing the Law Governing Offers, HSH E-News, May 2013
SCC Decision: Van Brenda v Club Resorts Ltd. 21012, HSH E-News, May 2012
Permission to Drive, HSH E-News, April 2012
Summary Judgement Motions, Advocates Society, May, 2018
Motor Vehicle Tort Litigation in Ontario: Critical Updates, Ontario Bar Association, November 2017
How Do Lawyers and Adjusters Select Mediators, ADR Institute of Ontario, February, 2017
Effective Advocacy at the License Appeal Tribunal (LAT), The Advocates’ Society, April, 2017
Advancing or Defending the Invisible Injury Case, April, 2017
Demystifying The Legal Process, webinar for parents to help determine what they need to know about a medical malpractice suit, March, 2016
Top 10 Tort Cases in Motor Vehicle Litigation: Plaintiff and Defence Perspectives, Ontario Bar Association Seminar, Motor Vehicle Tort Litigation in Ontario: Critical Updates, November, 2015
Nursing Home Abuse, CBC Toronto News, January 2018
Personal, Industry and Community Activity
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2005
LLB, University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law, 2004
BA, History and Political Science (Honors) magna cum laude, Carleton University, 2001
Professional Associations and Memberships
The Advocates’ Society
Ontario Bar Association
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Toronto Lawyers Association
Women’s Law Association of Ontario
Medical Legal Society of Toronto
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