Unconscionable Brain Injury Accident Benefit Delays

Unconscionable Brain Injury Accident Benefit Delays Life is hard enough for somebody sustaining a serious brain injury in a car accident. The last thing they need is to have limited access to treatment and care because of our broken no-fault accident benefit system. Unfortunately, the current legislation applicable to Ontario car accident victims impedes access to benefits by those who have … Continued

Personal Injury Law Group Associate

We Are Hiring Thomson Rogers is seeking a highly motivated Lawyer to join our thriving personal injury law group. We are looking for a litigator with background in plaintiff’s personal injury practice and three to eight years’ experience who is hard working and eager to test the boundaries of his or her professional ambition. Please reply in confidence … Continued

How Long Do I Have To Sue After A Serious Car Accident?

How Long Do I Have To Sue After A Serious Car Accident? You’ve been injured and you need to know how long you have to sue after a serious car accident. Below, we help you answer the questions of how long after an accident can you sue in Canada and the discuss the car accident limitation period for Ontario. An injured accident victim should not wait very … Continued

What To Do If Your Child Has Been Injured At Daycare

What To Do If Your Child Has Been Injured At Daycare Every parent wants to feel that they have placed their child in the perfect daycare where they are cared for with as much love and attention as they would receive at home. However, there are still rare but unfortunate circumstances where children can get injured at daycare. If you have wondered what to do if … Continued

Matthew Sutton Featured In Law Times Article “Recent Case Addresses Role Of Pyshcometric Validity Testing In Catastrophic Designations.”

Matthew Sutton Featured In Law Times Article "Recent Case Addresses Role Of Pyshcometric Validity Testing In Catastrophic Designations." Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Matthew Sutton was recently featured in a Law Times article titled¬†“Recent case addresses role of psychometric validity testing in catastrophic designations.” In the article Sutton discusses how the decision supports scrapping the cat designations completely. “It was one of those cases where both sides could agree we needed to have … Continued