Catastrophic Designation for Children with ABI

Presented at the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries: Practical Strategies Workshop | June 7, 2018

David MacDonald, best personal injury lawyer in Toronto On June 7, 2018, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and March of Dimes Canada, in collaboration with Thomson, Rogers, hosted the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries: Practical Strategies Workshop in Sudbury, Ontario. The objective of the workshop was to provide skills for supporting kids and families after pediatric ABI by helping to: Recognize the … Continued

Accident Benefits: Overview and Benefit Framework

Presented at the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries: Practical Strategies Workshop | June 7, 2018

Deanna Gilbert On June 7, 2018, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and March of Dimes Canada, in collaboration with Thomson, Rogers, hosted the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries: Practical Strategies Workshop. Deanna Gilbert, personal injury lawyer and a partner at Thomson, Rogers, presented on “Accident Benefits: Overview & Benefit Framework“. Some of the topics covered in … Continued

Innovation in Recognizing, Diagnosing and Treating Individuals with ABI

Presented at the Hamilton Health Sciences 25th Annual Conference on Neurobehavourial Rehabilitation in ABI | May 3, 2018

David MacDonald, best personal injury lawyer in Toronto VIDEO – On May 3, 2018, David MacDonald, a Partner at Thomson, Rogers, and Dr. Dinesh Kumbhare, Associate Clinical Professor at Medicine/Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Rheumatology co-presented at the 25th Annual Hamilton ABI Conference. Presentation Synopsis: With reduced funding for community-based services both in the public and community-based spheres, innovation in recognizing, diagnosing and treating … Continued

Personal Injury Panel: Hot Topics in Personal Injury Law

Toronto Lawyers Association | May 15, 2018

Deanna Gilbert, a partner at Thomson, Rogers, participated in a panel of distinguished plaintiff and defence counsel for a lively discussion and insights into recent developments in the law, including: The benefits and drawbacks of juries in civil cases and efforts to expand the right to challenge civil jurors for cause; The Court of Appeal’s decisions … Continued

How to Prepare and Try Negligence Cases

Presented at the University of Ottawa's Law School | March 5, 2018

personal injury law thumbnails Personal Injury cases succeed only if the plaintiff establishes his or her injuries occurred through the fault or negligence of another. David MacDonald’s presentation, Negligence in Action: Preparing and Trying Negligence Cases, addresses the following: Elements of Negligence, How to prepare a negligence case, Case examples showing how different kinds of negligence cases were prepared, The … Continued