Thomson Rogers Webinar Series – Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers

Thomson Rogers Webinar Series - Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers Thomson Rogers Webinar Series: Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers Thank you to everyone who attended our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series “Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers” held November 27, 2020 conducted by Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Darcy Merkur, Stephen Birman and Ava Williams. Webinar Highlights: Client Dissatisfaction – Issues & Ethics Provider Account … Continued

Event: Thomson Rogers Webinar Series – Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers

Event Date: November 27, 2020
Thomson Rogers Webinar Series - Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers Thomson Rogers lawyers Darcy Merkur, Stephen Birman and Ava Williams will be discussing “Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers” in our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series on Friday, November 27 at 10:00 am. The webinar will center around a discussion on various topics commonly faced by healthcare providers including: The logistics of protected accounts and how … Continued

Darcy Merkur Featured In CBC Article About Deadly Yonge St. Van Attack

Darcy Merkur in CBC | by Trevor Dunn | Nov. 10, 2020

Darcy Merkur Featured In CBC Article About Deadly Yonge St. Van Attack Thomson Rogers trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur is quoted in a CBC article by Trevor Dunn titled “I want him to see the pain’: Virtual trial for accused Toronto van attacker means no day in court for victims.” Merkur discusses the trial of Alek Minassian, accused in the deadly Yonge St. van attack, and says, “I … Continued

Motor Vehicle Accident Fatalities: What Rights Do Family Members Have?

Motor Vehicle Accident Fatalities: What Rights Do Family Members Have? There have been a concerning number of motor vehicle fatalities in Ontario recently. The number of pedestrians and motorists who have been killed in motor vehicle accidents in Ontario has increased gradually over the years. In 2019, 543 persons (drivers, passengers and pedestrians) were tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario. Family members … Continued