Boating Accidents: Compensation Limits And Other Considerations

Boating Accidents: Compensation Limits And Other Considerations Boating is a popular pastime with some estimates saying over 12 million adult Canadians participate in boating every year.  Since the COVID-19 pandemic, boating has become even more popular, as thousands of people have flocked to the water for the first time as lockdowns have eased. That’s set off a wave of boating accidents across … Continued

Responding To Clients – Best Practices For Trauma Lawyers

Responding To Clients - Best Practices For Trauma Lawyers Accident victims notoriously complain that they can’t get a hold of their personal injury lawyer. Should that be the case? Should it be so hard for a client to get a response from the trauma lawyers they hired to assist them in their time of need? Trauma lawyers help people whose lives have been devastated … Continued

20 Thomson Rogers Lawyers Recognized In Best Lawyers In Canada 2022

20 Thomson Rogers Lawyers Recognized In Best Lawyers In Canada 2022 Thomson Rogers Awarded “Law Firm of the Year” Two Years in a Row   Every year Best Lawyers™ publishes the definitive guide to the best lawyers in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, the guide has compiled the list of the best lawyers based on exhaustive peer review. We are proud to announce … Continued

Diagnosis Bias And Claiming Medical Negligence

Diagnosis Bias And Claiming Medical Negligence When doctors become biased in their approach to a patients clinic presentation, symptoms get missed, treatment is denied, and patients’ concerns are ignored. In the last few years, doctors’ biases in healthcare have been examined more closely but there’s still a vast gap in the data that’s available, particularly as it pertains to demographics and … Continued

Making the Accessible Canada Act More Accessible

Making the Accessible Canada Act More Accessible With more than 1 in 5 people in Canada (aged 15 years and over) living with one or more disabilities, we need strong accessibility laws. Fortunately, Canada has a strong track record of passing legislation protecting the rights of people with disabilities. But that’s where the problem lies – while we have the legislation, our … Continued