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By Michael J. Henry, Daniel Fisher
Recently, the Divisional Court released their decision in Tomec v Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2018 ONSC 5664.
By Michael J. Henry
The first snowfall is right around the corner – if it hasn't already happened in your neck of the woods.
By Howie, Sacks & Henry
For-profit nursing home chains are in the business of caring for vulnerable seniors at the end of their lives.
By Michael J. Henry
"Now that using marijuana is legal in Canada, I guess I can buy it anywhere and walk around with as much pot as I like, right?" The short answer is NO. Read on for the longer answer.
By Howie, Sacks & Henry
Monday, October 29, 2018: The Amended Statement of Claim has been served on the Defendants. The Defendants have not yet delivered a statement of defence.
By Brad Moscato
You expected this would be one of the happiest times of your life, but you're feeling so miserable you can barely make it through the day.
By Adam Wagman
Accident benefits, also referred to as no-fault benefits, are a mandatory part of every auto insurance policy in Ontario.
By Kaitlyn MacDonell
The plaintiff commenced an appeal with Sun Life by providing additional documentation. Sun Life nevertheless maintained its denial of benefits.
By Adam Wagman
Every mistake has a cost.
By Michael J. Henry
There is much concern within the general public that the legalization of cannabis will lead to an increase in motor vehicle accidents.
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.