Darcy Merkur Featured In Law Times “New Year, Same Old Story At The LAT”

Posted January 20, 2022
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Thomson Rogers personal injury trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur was recently featured in a Law Times article titled “New year, same old story at the LAT” discussing punitive financial consequences for insurance companies as the only way to solve delays long-term.

“I can’t stand having to tell a client they’ve been wronged by the insurer and my recourse is to get in line and have it righted a year and a half from now, or maybe longer, at considerable expense to them due to the no cost-recovery system,” says Darcy Merkur. “The lineup keeps getting longer, the delays more frequent and accident victims have no access to benefits.”

Merkur continued:

“It takes a year or two to have a dispute addressed and there’s no cost consequences to the insurer — they don’t have to pay any more, the punitive interest was taken away and there’s no cost recovery.”

Continue reading the full article on Law Times here.

Darcy Merkur is a highly regarded Ontario trauma lawyer helping accident victims such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorists, who have sustained catastrophic injuries. 

Darcy is the first lawyer in Canada to be qualified as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist by the Brain Injury Association of America. In addition, Darcy has been recognized as a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario, is listed in peer-reviewed publications – Lexpert® and The Best Lawyers™ in Canada, is ranked AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell ® and is a partner at Thomson Rogers, one of Ontario’s Top 10 Personal Injury Law Firms as selected by Canadian Lawyer Magazine, and ranked one of the Best Law Firms in Canada by The Globe and Mail. 

Darcy can be reached at 416-868-3176 or by EMAIL.

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