David MacDonald Featured In Law Times “Taking Aim At Uber”

David MacDonald in Law Times | June 1, 2020

David MacDonald Featured In Law Times "Taking Aim At Uber" On June 1, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner David MacDonald was featured in an article titled “Taking aim at Uber” in the Law Times. The article outlines MacDonald’s statement of claim in a tragic auto-accident case laying blame against Uber and the City. “Uber drivers are set up for a fall by Uber’s basic business model, … Continued

Thomson Rogers’ David MacDonald Files $7M In Damages Against UBER

Thomson Rogers' David MacDonald Files $7M In Damages Against UBER Thomson Rogers personal injury trial lawyer David MacDonald has filed a statement of claim with the Superior Court of Justice claiming $7 million in damages against UBER and the City of Toronto on behalf of passengers who were in an UBER struck from behind while the UBER driver was using his cell phone. Nicholas Cameron … Continued

Time to Buckle Up in Ubers and Taxis

uber app Why is it that most of us will buckle up as a passenger travelling with friends and family, yet rarely buckle up as a passenger in an Uber or a taxi? Uber, Lyft and other rideshare programs have revolutionized the way many of us travel finding it faster and more convenient than it is to … Continued

Risks Not Resolved by Ridesharing Insurance

Law Times | by Judy Van Rhijn, Stephen Birman quoted | October 17, 2016

Uber Ride-sharing thumbnail The superintendent of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario has approved an auto insurance policy that covers all Uber drivers, passengers and vehicle owners in Ontario from the moment the Uber app is turned on to the moment passengers exit the vehicle. This addresses one of the public’s biggest concerns with the ride-booking service, namely that … Continued