I spend a lot of time trying to persuade insurance adjusters to approve treatment plans in order to avoid License Appeal Tribunal (“LAT”) disputes. Often, I will work with the treatment team and my client to “make the case.” Sometimes, when adjusters are not being reasonable, I will ask that their supervisor also be part … Continued
Thomson Rogers is proud to be named Canada’s 2021 Law Firm of the Year in Personal Injury Litigation, the first personal injury litigation firm to receive the award. The Law Firm of the Year Awards are given to a single Canadian law firm for excellence in a specific practice area. The recognition is based on … Continued
Thomson Rogers lawyers Robert Ben, Deanna Gilbert and Lucy Jackson will be discussing “Considerations for “Participant” and “Litigation” Experts” in our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series on Friday, January 29 at 11:00 am. To register please click here. To view all previous Thomson Rogers Webinar Series please click here.
Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyer and Director on the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Board Robert Ben recently contributed to OTLA’s The Litigator magazine. The article, which can be found here, discusses death in personal injury litigation and the considerations arising from it. The Litigator is a quarterly publication produced by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. Read … Continued
Defence medical assessments are a fact of life for Plaintiffs in personal injury litigation. Most injured accident victims dislike the idea of attending these assessments with medical experts retained by the defendant’s insurance companies. As lawyers, we frequently hear from clients who call us in frustration with complaints that the medical expert had pre-determined his/her … Continued