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By Sandra Train
But do you and your family really have adequate coverage.
By Michael J. Henry
The accident happened at night on an empty road.
By Valerie Lord
Firmalino had Essure implanted and subsequently removed after one of the coils migrated into her uterus.
By Michael J. Henry
On October 16, 2018, the federal government is expected to legalize the use of marijuana.
By Melissa Miller, Michael J. Henry
Almost 17% of Canada's population is over age 65 (according to the 2016 Census), with that number increasing as baby boomer's age.
By Melissa Miller
When an elderly person contemplates entering a long-term care facility, they may have some fairly significant fears. They will be leaving behind the home they know.
By Melissa Miller
They cared for us when we were too young to care for ourselves and protected us from harm.
By Jeremy M. Syrtash
The decision by a parent to investigate the events surrounding the birth of their special needs child can be extremely difficult.
By Paul Miller
HSH announced on May 3rd, 2018 that we will serve as lead counsel for two class action lawsuits representing families against nursing homes for neglect of their loved ones.
By Meghan M. Hull Jacquin, Michael J. Henry
Fall-related injuries are known to be the leading cause of injury for seniors across Canada.
By Adam Wagman
In the aftermath of a car accident, everyone is primarily concerned with the health and wellbeing of those involved.
By Jeremy M. Syrtash
Many of these ‘first' stories are touching, or funny, or exciting.
By Valerie Lord
"My brother has a pituitary brain injury" – "I'm sorry, a what?" I hear this phrase often. At 8 years old, my youngest brother was diagnosed with a brain tumor ("craniopharyngioma").
By Michael J. Henry
We all know when driving it's important to "keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel."
By Renée Vinett
"You're expecting?!" Your mind starts to race after you blurt out this question and you anxiously look for a signal to tell you how to react.