13th Annual Personal Injury Lawyers Charity Hockey Challenge

pia law hockey team photo 2019 On April 4, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ lawyers, Carr Hatch, George Karahotzits and John-Paul Zeni, participated and played their hearts out in the 13th Annual Personal Injury Lawyers Charity Hockey Challenge. The member firms of PIA Law, Thomson Rogers, Oatley Vigmond and McLeish Orlando, along with the other teams in the tournament helped raise over $31.000 for … Continued

Delta Optimist – Debilitating injuries described in mounting lawsuits against alleged van attacker

Delta Optimist | by Liam Casey, quoting Darcy Merkur | April 5, 2019

delta optimist logo Traumatic brain injuries, spinal fractures and internal bleeding are among the litany of ailments described in a mounting number of lawsuits against a man accused of killing 10 people and injuring 16 others in a van attack in Toronto last year. Lawyers involved in the suits against Alek Minassian believe the cases, which the court … Continued

Event: 2019 Hamilton ABI Conference

Event Date: May 2, 2019
conference marked on calendar Thomson Rogers is proud to be a platinum sponsor of Hamilton Health Sciences’ 26th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in ABI – Sharing the Road: Driving Better Care: Acquired Brain Injury: Mental Health: Addictions. This year’s conference, May 2-3, 2019, at the Hamilton Convention Centre by Carmen’s, will focus on neurobehavioural rehabilitation for individuals with acquired brain … Continued

Medical Malpractice Lawyer Aleks Mladenovic Interviewed on CTV

CTV News Toronto thumbnail On March 26, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ medical malpractice lawyer, Aleks Mladenovic, was interviewed by CTV’s Ben Mulroney (watch the full interview above) on a case where two doctors (Dr. Donald Livingston and Dr. Martin Chapman) could be in trouble for allegedly ignoring patient’s wishes to stay alive. Aleks comments: “This case is an important case about some of … Continued

Where Are All the Autonomous Cars in Ontario?

robot hand holding car key for autonomous car There is a lot of hype as Ontario allows testing of autonomous cars on the road, the idea of a car without a driver has gone from sci-fi futuristic fantasy to cool new reality. Are people cautious? Sure lots of people are excited about the possibilities of a future where you don’t have to drive. Just imagine … Continued