Thomson Rogers’ seriously brain-injured client was denied access to over $2 million in benefits when his insurance company refused coverage for an out-of-province ATV accident. Despite losses at arbitration, a first-level appeal, and an appeal to the Divisional Court, Thomson Rogers partners Ian Furlong and Robert Ben persevered and prevailed at the Court of Appeal. … Continued
Before you hit the ATV trails, have a listen to personal injury lawyer Wendy Moore Mandel, on Moose FM 93.5 Haliburton Radio as she discusses the risks involved with ATVing, as well as what rights an individual has if injured in an ATV accident.
An Ontario Superior Court justice has dismissed an insurance company’s motion for summary judgment in a case that revolved around consent to drive an ATV off the owner’s property, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Stacey Stevens, partner with Thomson Rogers. In May 2007, the plaintiff, Steven’s client, was seriously injured while a passenger on an … Continued