Extendicare Class Action

    The law firms of Thomson Rogers and Will Davidson LLP are working together to continue to advance a class action proceeding claiming $200 million on behalf of residents of long-term care homes owned and/or operated and/or managed by Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (“Extendicare”). Extendicare owns and/or operates and/or manages 71 long term care facilities in Ontario, … Continued

    Stephen Birman Interviewed On Newstalk 580 CFRA Regarding LTC Class Actions

      Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Stephen Birman was interviewed on Newstalk 580 CFRA discussing recent Government of Ontario legislation providing COVID-19 liability protection to businesses, workers and some organizations, including long-term care facilities. In discussing the legislation and the government’s push to protect insurance companies Birman says, “I’m not sure why there’s this push to … Continued

      Extendicare West End Villa Class Action

        Thomson Rogers has issued a class action proceeding claiming $15 million in damages on behalf of residents of Extendicare West End Villa and their families. Extendicare West End Villa (“West End Villa”) is a long-term care home owned by Extendicare (Canada) Inc., located in Ottawa, Ontario. At least 16 residents at West End Villa have … Continued

        Class Action Commenced Against Camilla Care

          Thomson Rogers has issued a class action proceeding claiming $25 million on behalf of residents of Camilla Care Community and their families. Camilla Care Community (“Camilla Care”) is a long-term care home owned by Sienna Senior Living Inc., located in Mississauga, Ontario. At least 68 residents at Camilla Care have died as a result of … Continued

          Stephen Birman Featured On Global News Radio 640 Toronto Discussing Carlingview Manor Class Action Proceeding

            Thomson Rogers partner Stephen Birman was interviewed by Peter Shurman of Global News Radio 640 Toronto discussing a Thomson Rogers class action proceeding claiming $25 million on behalf of residents of Carlingview Manor and their families. For more information regarding the Carlingview Manor Class Action please click here. Listen to the full interview below. https://www.thomsonrogers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Stephen-Birman-Thomson-Rogers.mp3