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Don’t Kiss Babies, You Could Save Lives

November 18 2018 'Tis the season for the common cold, and for premature babies and infants, this season is a particularly worrisome one. You may have heard of the…

Medical Malpractice: Working with Electronic Medical Records

July 18 2019 Technology is pervasive. It seems as though all facets of our lives today involve technology. My law firm is continually updating our technology to…

Marijuana Use and Roadside Testing for Drug-Impaired Driving

November 1 2018 Recreational marijuana (cannabis) use will be legal in Canada as of October 17, 2018. Whether you are a driver, or plan to use marijuana…

The 1-2-3s of LTD: What You Should Know When Applying for or Receiving Long-term Disability Benefits

November 8 2018 If you're unable to work for an extended period due to injury or disability, knowing you have insurance coverage can be very reassuring. Short-term…

The Role of Cognitive Training on TBI Patient Brain Health

December 9 2018 For traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients, the symptoms often linger long after the injury-causing incident took place. For many, navigating life…

Weighing The Proposed Changes To Ontario’s Class Actions Legislation

December 17 2019 On December 9, 2019, the Ontario government introduced Bill 161: the "Smarter and Stronger Justice Act, 2019." Among the many significant proposed…

Changes Coming to the Small Claims Court and the Simplified Procedure

November 9 2019 In an effort to have claims resolved faster, easier and more affordably, the Attorney General is increasing the maximum claim values allowed before…

Advancing Attendant Care Claims

August 7 2019 A refresher on the law and strategies can be helpful. In particular, for areas such as attendant care claims, which have the potential to generate…

Samms Estate v. Moolla, [2019] O.J. No. 1484

July 30 2019 The Court of Appeal upheld the trial decision in a medical malpractice case, finding that the trial judge did not err when instructing the jury on…

Medical Malpractice: Working with Electronic Medical Records

July 18 2019 Technology is pervasive. It seems as though all facets of our lives today involve technology. My law firm is continually updating our technology to…