Ian Furlong and Robert Ben discuss their case and Court of Appeal ruling confirming an Ontario insurance policy applies out-of-province in Law Times.
The Law Commission of Ontario recently released a report evaluating the effectiveness of the Class Proceedings Act and found that delays are plaguing the process. “The biggest problem in litigation, both personal injury and class action, is delay,” says Darcy Merkur, a personal injury lawyer and partner at Thomson Rogers Lawyers in Toronto. Delays are … Continued
Steve Mesic was shot and killed in June 2013. An inquest into the former steelworker’s death was led by Carr Hatch.. In his closing questions before Hamilton Police Const. Michael McLellan left the stand at the inquest into the death of a man he shot, Steve Mesic, lawyer Carr Hatch posed a scenario. Hatch asked … Continued
On July 5, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur was interviewed by Global News reporter, Catherine McDonald, on a case involving a couple, Bella De Bartolo and Ben Schenk, whose car was struck by a flying tire from a southbound SUV. Ben Schenk suffered a traumatic brain injury. Darcy, who does not represent … Continued
The family of Khelyse Crowe-Kasule are suing Canadian Pacific Railway along with Hamilton homeowners Ryan Maloney and Rachel Toombs for $15,000,000 regarding last spring’s accident that left Kasule with lasting physical and psychological injuries. Family’s lawyer, Darcy Merkur, says the owners of the property were negligent in the fact that there are no barriers separating … Continued