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The partners of Thomson, Rogers are pleased to announce that Benjamin Brookwell is now an associate with the firm.
Benjamin will be working with David MacDonald, Ian Furlong and Robert Ben in our personal injury advocacy group.
At this year's Back to School Conference, hosted by PIA Law and Toronto ABI Network, personal injury lawyers Darcy Merkur and Ryan Murray provided an overview of the upcoming changes to Ontario auto legistation with specific emphasis on Accident Benefits and Tort.
A few of the changes addressed were:
On September 10, 2015 at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, the recipients of this year's Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation were announced.
Government changes to the automobile legislation in Ontario will dramatically reduce available funding for the treatment of seriously injured survivors of motor vehicle accidents.
This conference will examine the impact of the changes on the delivery of treatment to accident victims.
The conference will include speakers who will provide information about innovative treatment protocols and
a review of the “New Guidelines for Moderate to Severe TBI”.
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We are proud to announce that fourteen lawyers from Thomson, Rogers have been recognized for their expertise in their respective fields in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada.
Proposed government changes to the automobile legislation in Ontario will dramatically reduce available funding for the treatment of seriously injured survivors of motor vehicle accidents.
This conference will examine the impact of the proposed changes on the delivery of treatment to accident victims.
Thomson, Rogers has issued a class action lawsuit against Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology on behalf of recent graduates of the General Arts and Science Diploma Transfer Program (“GAS” Program).
Law in Action within Schools Programs (LAWS) is an innovative partnership between the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Toronto District School Board designed to deliver an education program aimed at supporting, guiding and motivating high school students. LAWS provides a unique law school experience to high school students from across Canada and around the world.
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