Event: Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie Educational Reception

Event Date: February 28, 2018
Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie Educational Reception 2018 flyer On February 28, 2018, Thomson, Rogers, the Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie and the March of Dimes Canada are presenting an evening educational symposium for professionals and local service providers specialising in brain injury. Thomson Rogers lawyers David MacDonald and Darcy Merkur will be presenting. For more information, see BIA Sault Ste. Marie’s … Continued

Breast Implant Cancer Lawsuits in Canada

john-paul-zeni-thumbnail Women who have undergone breast augmentation surgery may have a higher risk of developing a rare form of breast cancer known as anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) according to the World Health Organization, the FDA and Health Canada. In the United States, the FDA issued an initial warning regarding the risks of ALCL for women … Continued

Event: SCIO Ski & Snowboard Day 2018

SCIO Ski & Snowboard Day 2018

Event Date: February 15, 2018
SCIO Ski and Snowboard Day logo - web Thomson, Rogers is once again participating in the 18th Annual Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Ski & Snowboard Day. The fun takes place on Thursday, February 15 (the day after Valentine’s day) at Craigleith Ski Club in The Blue Mountains, Ontario. Craig Brown, Ian Furlong and Joseph Pileggi will be hitting the slopes in support of … Continued

New Partner – Adam Tanel

Adam Tanel, best personal injury lawyer Toronto We are proud to announce that Adam Tanel has accepted Thomson, Rogers’ offer to become a partner with the firm. Adam will be a tremendous advocate for our clients and a leader in the legal community. Congratulations Adam!

Lawyers say expert bias still significant problem

Law Times | by Alex Robinson, quoting Wendy Moore Mandel | December 4, 2017

Law Times logo 150x46 In the December 4, 2017, issue of Law Times, Lawyers say expert bias still significant problem, Thomson, Rogers’ Wendy Moore Mandel weighs in on the issue of professionally paid experts in insurance dispute cases. Wendy says: A cap of $2,000 plus HST for assessments in Statutory Accident Benefits cases has put pressure on experts to … Continued