Verdict nixed in $14.9-million medical malpractice case

Law Times | by Alex Robinson, quoting Kate Cahill | December 3, 2018

Law Times logo 150x46 An Ontario judge has refused to enter a jury’s verdict in a medical malpractice case that some plaintiff-side lawyers say could have implications for how juries answer questions on causation. In Cheung v. Samra, Ontario Superior Court Justice Darla Wilson took the rare step of not entering a judgment after a six-member jury rendered a … Continued

Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

best lawyers in canada 2019 - 13th edition We are proud to announce that 16 Thomson Rogers partners have been selected for inclusion in the 13th Edition of The Best LawyersTM in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Almost 87,000 industry … Continued

SCC clarification hoped for in medical malpractice case

Law Times | by Marg. Bruineman, quoting Kate Cahill | June 25, 2018

Law Times logo 150x46 Plaintiff personal injury lawyers are hoping that the Supreme Court of Canada will clarify the issue of causation involving multiple defendants in medical malpractice cases in a leave to appeal filed in Sacks v. Ross. At issue is a negligence claim made by Jordan Sacks, who in 2008 suffered an anastomotic leak after bowel surgery, resulting … Continued

Meet Aleks Mladenovic – Personal Injury Lawyer

Watch this short video and get to know personal injury lawyer Aleks Mladenovic, a partner at Thomson Rogers in Toronto. Learn why he chose law and what he is passionate about. Aleks was named one of the leading medical malpractice lawyers in Canada by Lawday, a North American resource for the legal profession. He also … Continued

Birth Trauma Litigation: Proving the Cause of Newborn Neurologic Injury

May 30, 2017

Richard Halpern, best personal injury lawyer Toronto Proving the cause of newborn neurologic injury in birth trauma litigation, an essential step to a successful lawsuit, is both complex and challenging. Determining causation begins with the newborn’s brain. The areas of the brain affected, the pattern of brain injury and the evolution of injury all provide vital information about the mechanism of injury and the timing of … Continued