Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP – Personal Injury Law – Paul Miller

Paul Miller


Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP – Personal Injury Law – Paul Miller




A dedicated advocate for people who have suffered personal injuries, Paul has 20 years of experience involving cases of defective products and medical devices and fighting for those denied justice.

Paul has proven experience with high profile cases including serving as co-counsel for Canadian Diplomats in Cuba affected by Havana Syndrome, co-counsel representing Canadian Veterans affected by Mefloquine, co-counsel representing B.C. in its class action law suit against opioid drug companies, co-lead counsel for the victims of the 2005 Air France crash at Toronto’s Pearson airport, and as representative for 23 Canadians involved in litigation surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.

His passion for helping those wronged by negligence led to his dedicated work on the MK Airlines Halifax Plane Crash, TVM Litigation, and presently, the Ethiopian Airline Crash, Hernia Mesh Litigation and Essure.

A Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation, Paul was nominated for Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 and recognized in Best Lawyers for his work in Product Liability Litigation. He’s a past board member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (2004–2006) and a current board director with the US-based organization Public Justice.

Paul is an avid golfer. When not tirelessly working on cases or spending quality time with his wife and four children, you’ll likely see him out on the green.

I became a personal injury lawyer because I wanted to ensure that people, when devastated by injuries had access to not only benefits and compensation, but access to the courts in order to seek out justice for injuries they have suffered.

Practice Focus

Mass Tort / Class Action Cases


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Professional Success

Settlements & Verdicts

Past results are not predictive of future results and each situation is unique and requires individual and independent legal advice

Successful settlements in over 70 transvaginal cases (confidential settlements).

Co-lead counsel for the victims of the August 2, 2005 Air France crash at Pearson Airport in Toronto which resulted in a settlement in excess of $20 million.

Representative for 23 Canadians involved in litigation surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.

Successful settlement for 6 plaintiffs who received defective cochlear ear implants.

Client Testimonials

“Thank you so much Paul Miller!!! You have no idea how much your knowledge of this nightmare validated me, I will never forget our first conversation thinking to myself this guy has really done his homework and cares about his clients… I’m not sure if coming from little ole me matters but I just want to say your an amazing lawyer and a truly awesome person and please thank everyone that has worked so hard on my case”. – T.M

Thought Leadership


Speaking and Teaching Engagements

2019 Annual Meeting, The Quinism Foundation, April 2019

Mefloquine Town Hall Meeting in Ottawa, ON, March 2019

Mefloquine Town Hall Meeting: Virtual, March 2019

Mefloquine Town Hall Meeting in Gagetown, NB, March 2019

Mefloquine Town Hall Meeting in Edmonton, AB, February 2019

Mefloquine Town Hall Meeting in Mississauga, ON, February 2019

Practical Considerations of Expert Evidence, Canadian Defense Lawyers’ Product Liability Conference, February 2017

Medical Devices in Product Liability Litigation, Products Liability Litigation Seminar

Consent and Capacity, Lunch and Learn, Toronto Rehab Institute

From the Hernia Mesh Blog

Media Mentions

LEVY: Daughter on mission to make retirement homes more accountable, Toronto Sun, February 18, 2021

Paul Miller Interviewed for “Feds deny responsibility for controversial drug”, City News, November 26, 2019

Paul Miller Interviewed for “Havana Syndrome: Investigating what made the diplomats sick”The Fifth Estate, CBC, October 6, 2019

Paul Miller gets interviewed on the adverse side effects of Mefloquine on Canadian veterans, 630 CHED Afternoon News, May 2, 2019

“Canadian veterans suing government over anti-malarial drug’s adverse effects,CTV National News, April 30, 2019

“First of possibly one thousand suits to be filed Wednesday by soldiers and veterans forced to take Mefloquine on deployment,” The Globe and Mail, May 1, 2019

“Paul Miller on Veterans Laws,” CTV News Video Network, May 1, 2019

“The Quinism Foundation Holds Its Second Annual Meeting in White River,” Virtual Strategy Magazine, April 22, 2019

“Lawsuits alleging mefloquine poisoning expected to be filed by veterans within weeks, lawyer says“, The Globe and Mail, April 7, 2019

“Afghan war vet implores others to come forward in the face of mefloquine poisoning,” Cochrane Eagle, April 4, 2019

“Canadian veterans set to sue government over anti-malarial drug effects,” CTV National News, March 24, 2019

“Town hall held for veterans planning on suing government over anti-malaria drug,” CTV News Ottawa, March 24, 2019

“Alberta soldiers gather to mull lawsuit over forced anti-malaria drug,” Edmonton Journal, February 25, 2019

“Controversial anti-malarial drug named in upcoming lawsuit,” CityNews, February 23, 2019

“Alberta soldiers who took ‘distressing’ malaria drug sought for lawsuit,CBC News, February 23, 2019

“Anti-malaria drug sparks lawsuit from Canadian veterans,” CityNews, February 10, 2019

“Diplomats sue Canada government over mystery illness in Cuba,” BBC News, February 7, 2019

“Canadian diplomats suing government over ‘Havana syndrome'”, BBC World Service Newshour Radio Segment, February 7, 2019

“Five Canadian diplomats sue Canadian government for handling of Cuba mystery illness,” The Washington Post, February 6, 2019,

“Canadian Diplomats Sue Their Government Over Mysterious Cuban Disease,” The New York Times, February 7, 2019

Diplomats sue Ottawa for $28M over health ailments during Cuba postings,” CBC News, February 6, 2019

“Opposition calls for emergency meeting to probe allegations,” CTV Power Play, February 7, 2019

“ESS – Diplomats affected by ‘Havana syndrome’ suing the feds,” The Evan Solomon Show, 580 CFRA, February 7, 2019

“‘Havana Syndrome’ Canadian diplomats who worked in Cuba suing for $28M,” The Larry Fedoruk Show, 610 CKTB, February 7, 2019

“Canadian diplomats posted to Cuba suing government for $28M,” CTV National News, February 6, 2019

“Diplomats launch suit alleging Ottawa failed to address mysterious ‘Havana syndrome’ brain injuries,” The Globe and Mail, February 6, 2019

Lawsuit set to be launched against the government regarding Mefloquine, Canadian Military Family Magazine, January 30, 2019  

‘It stole my life’: Veterans to sue gov’t over military-issued drug, CTV News, December 2018

Two law firms to represent soldiers and veterans who said they are suffering from side effects of mefloquine, The Globe And Mail, December 2018

Numerous lawsuits claim baby powder causes ovarian cancer. Is it safe or not?,, July 2018

Lawsuit over Surgery Tool, CTV National News, August, 2017

CTV National Interviews Paul Miller and Client, Suing Morcellator Manufacture, HSH Blog, August 2017

Canada-wide Class Action Litigation Regarding St. Jude Defibrillator Victims, HSH Blog, April 2017

Paul Miller is Available for Interviews to Discuss Injuries Related to Asbestos, HSH Blog, January 2017

Paul Miller Joins HSH as Partner, Bringing Mass Torts Expertise, HSH Blog, January 2017

Latest US Baby Powder Verdict No Guarantee for Canadian Claim, Advocate Daily, November 2016

Canadian Victims of 9/11 May Now Sue Saudi Arabia, Advocate Daily, November 2016

Paul Miller Takes on Drug and Product Liability Cases That Matter to Him, Advocate Daily, October 2016

Baby Powder Link to Cancer Prompts Canadian Class Action, Advocate Daily, May 2016

Plaintiff List Grows In Surgical Mesh Cases, Advocate Daily, March 2016

Personal, Industry and Community Activity


Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 1997

JD, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, 1993

Honours and Awards

Certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation, Law Society of Upper Canada

Best Lawyers in Canada,  Personal Injury Law Category

Professional Associations and Memberships

Canadian Bar Association

Ontario Bar Association

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Member, Board of Directors (2004-2006)

Public Justice – United States (Board of Directors)

The Advocates Society

Community Involvement

Organizer of Annual Golf Tournament Supporting Toronto Rehab

Paul Miller’s Team

Name Title
Ryan Readshaw
Law Clerk
Amanda Cash
Legal Assistant
Gabriel DaSilva
Legal Assistant
Sajjel Naveed
Legal Assistant

Ryan Readshaw
Law Clerk

Amanda Cash
Legal Assistant

Gabriel DaSilva
Legal Assistant

Sajjel Naveed
Legal Assistant

Among the best in Canada

Since 2011, our peers have consistently voted for us as one of Canada’s top personal injury firms in Canadian Lawyer  magazine’s annual rankings of the top personal injury boutiques in Canada. With decades of experience helping accident victims and their families, our firm understands the laws that affect your right to compensation because we’ve helped shape those laws in favour of accident victims.

Among the best in Canada

Since 2011 Canadian Lawyer Magazine rated us one of the top personal injury law firms in Canada. Why? With close to 20 years helping accident victims and their families, our firm understands the laws that affect your rights to compensation because we’ve helped shape those laws in favour of accident victims.

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