Clothing Drive in Support of Dress for Success Toronto

Posted June 23, 2016

Dress for Success Toronto thumbnail      Thomson, Rogers is excited and proud to be running an internal clothing drive for Dress for Success Toronto (women’s clothing) and Dress Your Best Toronto (men’s clothing).  The goal of these charities is to help underprivileged but motivated individuals obtain and sustain employment by providing them with business attire to wear to interviews … Continued

Making the Links Golf Classic

Posted June 20, 2016

Making the Links Golf Classic thumbnail FORE! At least that’s what personal injury lawyers Leonard Kunka and David MacDonald might be hearing as they make an appearance on behalf of Thomson, Rogers at tomorrow’s golf event. Tuesday, June 21, 2016 is Henderson Structured Settlements’ 6th annual Making the Links Golf Classic in support of the Hamilton Health Sciences, as well as … Continued

Mayor John Tory Proclaims June is Brain Injury Awareness Month in Toronto

Posted June 16, 2016

Mayor John Tory proclaims June Brain Injury Awareness Month in Toronto Mayor John Tory proclaims June as Brain Injury Awareness Month in the city of Toronto. Traumatic brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability of Canadians under the age of 40. Most Canadians do not know how prevalent brain injury really is or how much it can change lives. Thomson, Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Ian … Continued

Event: Ride for Sight – A Motorcycle Charity Event

Ride for Sight 2016

Event Date: June 10, 2016
Ride for Sight thumbnail Thomson, Rogers is proud to support Ride for Sight 2016. Ride for Sight is Canada’s longest-running and most renowned motorcycle charity event. For 37 years, motorcyclists from across Canada have rallied together against vision loss and raised over $20 million for research in hospitals and universities. On Friday, stop by our booth and say hello to … Continued

TR Out in Support of MADD Canada’s PIA Law Strides for Change

Posted June 6, 2016

MADD Canada's PIA Law Strides for Change 2016 Video Thumbnail This past Sunday, as members of PIA Law, Thomson, Rogers staff and friends braved the elements in support of MADD Canada.               Video and photos provided by Peter Bregg Photography Adam Delva, David MacDonald, Adam Tanel, Deanna Gilbert our running lawyers @maddcanada @PIA_Law #stridesforchange pic.twitter.com/ApugXSzDPW — Thomson Rogers (@thomsonrogers) June 5, 2016 Congrats to David … Continued

Event: MADD Canada’s PIA Law Strides for Change 2016

Event Date: June 5, 2016
PIA Law Strides for Change web logo DATE: Sunday, June 5, 2016 TIME: 9:00 am – 12:00 p.m. This year MADD Canada’s PIA Law Strides for Change event will take place on Sunday, June 5th, 2016 at JC Saddington Park in Mississauga (Port Credit) In addition to MADD Canada’s 5K leisurely walk or run along local parks or trails, the event features a … Continued

The Motorcycle Show Toronto 2016

Posted February 22, 2016

motorcycle show toronto collage Thomson, Rogers was a proud show sponsor at this year’s Motorcycle Show Toronto. Lawyers Craig Brown, Leonard Kunka, Stacey Stevens, Robert Ben, Ian Furlong and staff members, Joseph Pileggi and Tawnya Rudy attended the 3-day event at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place. Along with raising funds for the motorcycle charity event, Ride for Sight 2016, … Continued

SCIO Ski & Snowboard Day 2016

Posted February 16, 2016

SCIO Ski and Snowboard Day logo - web On February 11, 2016, Thomson, Rogers’ personal injury lawyers, Craig Brown, Ian Furlong and Joseph Pileggi made their way to Craigleith Ski Club in support of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario’s Ski & Snowboard Day. A fun-filled day was had by all with silent auctions, a buffet lunch, fun races, and complimentary Ski & Snowboard clinics. Here is an inspiring … Continued

Canadian Disability Participation Project

Posted February 11, 2016

Canadian Disability Participation Project logo Thomson, Rogers is proud to announce that we are a community partner of the Canadian Disability Participation Project (CDPP). The CDPP is an alliance of university, public, private and government sector partners working together to enhance community participation among Canadians with physical disabilities. Their goals are: to develop, test and implement evidence-based best-practices to increase … Continued

Breakfast Television – Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim To Win

February 3, 2016

Two of Thomson, Rogers’ staff members, Maria Dell’Elce and Yolanda Esposito, make a surprise appearance this morning on Breakfast Television’s Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim To Win segment. They are asked the question, how do you roll up the rim to win?

Holidays are special

Posted December 12, 2015

Someone waits for you at home | Don't Drink & Drive | Budweiser Holidays are special. So are you. A video message from Budweiser that the lawyers and staff at Thomson, Rogers, personal injury lawyers would like to share with you. Happy Holidays! Keep safe!

Thomson, Rogers 7th Annual Operation Christmas Child

Posted December 4, 2015

operation-christmas-child-logo For the 7th year Thomson, Rogers participated in Operation Christmas Child,  sending boxes filled with gifts to children around the world. A total of 80 boxes were collected from lawyers and staff. Everyone involved was brimming with excitement having been apart of such a wonderful initiative. Shoeboxes were stuffed to the brim with hygiene items … Continued

PIA Law honoured at MADD Canada’s Sponsor Recognition Dinner

Posted October 16, 2015

madd-canada-logo-150x36 On September 25, PIA Law attended MADD Canada’s Sponsor Recognition Dinner, kicking off their annual National Leadership Conference. During the dinner, PIA Law was recognized by MADD Canada for their ongoing support and commitment to MADD Canada and Strides for Change.

BIST 5K Run, Walk & Roll 2015

Posted October 4, 2015

BIST 5K Run Heroes Logo 2015 On Saturday, October 3, 2015, Thomson, Rogers lawyers and staff proudly lent their support at the BIST 5K Run, Walk & Run event. The annual run is organized by the Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST). This year’s run was held in honor of the heroes of brain injury including survivors, family members, caregivers, health care and … Continued

Lawyers Feed the Hungry Program

Posted September 24, 2015

lawyers-feed-the-hungry-graphic-150x56 Thomson, Rogers lawyers and staff proudly support The Law Society Foundation’s Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry Program. The Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry program has been providing hot, healthy community meals to some of Toronto’s neediest residents since 1998. Meals are served in the Law Society of Upper Canada’s cafeteria at 130 Queen Street West, … Continued

Thomson, Rogers proud supporter of the 2015 Youth Summer Program (“YSP”)

August 12, 2015

law-action-within-schools-logo 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 … Continued

PIA Law Strides for Change in Support of MADD Canada

Posted June 2, 2015

PIALAW_Stridesforchange_Logo-175x91 Thomson, Rogers, as a proud founding member of PIA Law, is pleased to support MADD Canada’s Strides for Change event. Strides for Change is MADD Canada’s annual walk/run. The annual 5 km walk/run supports Chapters and Community Leaders in their efforts to educate the public about the dangers of impaired driving and to help victims … Continued

Humber River Hospital – The River Ball

National Post | by Amoryn Engel | May 30, 2015

humber_river_hospital_foundation-150 Ian Furlong, attended the Humber River Hospital Foundation’s The River Ball: Impressions by the River at the Paramount Conference and Event Centre. Humber River Hospital serves a catchment area of more than 850,000 people in the northwest Greater Toronto Area. It is affiliated with the University of Toronto and Queen’s University Medical Schools. Currently, the … Continued