Investigation Into Business Interruption Coverage: Co-operators, Continental and Federated

Investigation Into Business Interruption Coverage: Co-operators, Continental and Federated Co-Operators Insurance Investigation   Thomson Rogers is investigating a potential class action against Co-Operators Insurance in respect of commercial insurance policies they have issued providing business interruption coverage for losses arising from “A notifiable contagious or infectious human disease, as declared by a ‘Public Health Official'”. If you believe you may be covered under such … Continued

Thomson Rogers Webinar Series: COVID-19 And Nursing Homes

Thomson Rogers Current Events Webinar Series: COVID-19 And Nursing Homes Thomson Rogers Webinar Series: COVID-19 and Nursing Homes Thank you to everyone who attended our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series “COVID-19 nd Nursing Homes” held June 12, 2020 conducted by Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Stephen Birman, Lucy Jackson and Ava Williams. To view all previous Thomson Rogers Webinar Series please click here.

Ava Williams Featured The Lawyer’s Daily Discussing Reduction to Call To Bar Fee

Ava Williams in The Lawyer's Daily | by Amanda Jerome | May 29, 2020

Ava Williams Featured The Lawyer's Daily Discussing Reduction to Call To Bar Fee On May 29, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyer Ava Williams was featured in an article titled “LSO reduces Call to Bar fee as recent calls rally profession to support students” by Amanda Jerome of The Lawyer’s Daily. The article outlines how Williams took to Twitter to connect students with lawyers offering to cover the cost of … Continued

Stunt Driving Isn’t Like “Fast And Furious”

Stunt Driving Isn't Like "Fast And Furious" There is no doubt that COVID-19 has had a number of effects on how we live our everyday lives. For many of us, we are unable to jump in a car and travel to work, to see loved ones, or to our favourite restaurant. The stay-home enforcements mean that there is less traffic on the … Continued

Decriminalizing Drunk Driving and Its Potential Impacts

Decriminalizing Drunk Driving and Its Potential Impacts For many people, driving while drunk is one of the most morally offensive crimes that someone could commit. It continues to be the leading criminal cause of death in Canada, and at Thomson Rogers, we see the devastating effects of drunk driving almost every day. Despite the strong moral opposition to drunk driving, British Columbia … Continued