On August 5, 2020, Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Stacey Stevens discussed why, even with contingency arrangements, a personal injury case might fall through the cracks in an article titled “How a landmark SRL ruling raises access to justice issues” in Law Times.
“The challenges faced by Ms. Giaro demonstrate an access to justice issue,” Stevens says. “Our system is complex and designed to compensate the most seriously injured accident victims. However, this leaves a group of people who may not have the most serious injuries, but whose lives are still significantly negatively impacted. Unfortunately, these accident victims often fall through the cracks.”
Continue reading the full article on Law Times here.
Stacey Stevens is a partner and a personal injury lawyer at Thomson Rogers. Her practice is entirely devoted to helping people who have sustained serious personal injuries from car, motorcycle, boating accidents and slip and falls. Stacey’s expertise has been sought out in interviews on Canada AM, the Business News Network and CFRB Radio, and in newspapers and magazines including the Lawyer’s Weekly, Law Times, The Litigator and The Globe and Mail. Stacey can be reached at 416-868-3186 or by EMAIL.