I am in the healthcare sector in the Barrie area and have worked closely with Carr Hatch on several case files over the years. I also have a family member who was in a bad accident and sent her to retain his legal services. He is the consummate legal professional who puts his client needs first. He is attentive, detailed, reassuring and will go to all lengths to help his clients achieve the results that are warranted and deserved. My aunt can't thank him enough and I recommend him highly.
I am extremely grateful for the hard work Carr Hatch put into my case. Unfortunately for the first half of my case (with another lawyer) I wasn't being properly represented. Everything was extremely sloppy and there was absolutely no progression whatsoever. I needed to focus on recovery and recovery ONLY. Which is why I decided to switch over to Thomson Rogers after doing some research. Being rated one of the top law firms in Canada, it was a no brainer for me. As soon as I was assigned to Mr. Hatch, my case starting going into the right direction shortly after. I have settled my case and I honestly could not be any happier with the results! That's from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much Mr. Hatch and your lovely team for being so patient, sympathetic and understanding with me through one of the hardest times in my life. Without a doubt I would recommend Thomson Rogers and Carr Hatch to all my family and friends.
Thanks once again for you being you. You made a really terrible experience a pretty good one because of your personality. You did a really great job. I would highly recommend you. Thanks so much, Carr.
WRONGFUL DEATH OF POPULAR WINDSOR MAN
John “Jay” McKee had worked for over 30 years at Ford in Windsor before retiring in 2006. Though he had a wonderful career at Ford, he was known by friends, family, and the Windsor community as “Medieval Man” as one of the founders of the Essex Medieval Heritage Society. Jay regularly visited elementary schools throughout Essex County in full medieval costume to bring smiles to students' faces and teach them about medieval history.
Tragically, Jay was struck by an unlicensed driver in Michigan in December of 2014. Jay fought for his life for several days before he succumbed to his injuries. His death was felt throughout Windsor but particularly by his wife of 46 years, Cathy, who was in the car when the accident happened and was also injured.
“I did not know where to turn after Jay passed away. Members of my family arranged meetings with many different lawyers. After meeting with Carr Hatch we were confident we had met the right lawyer for us. Carr seemed to see everything many steps ahead and navigated the Ontario and Michigan insurance system. He was involved in the investigation with the police force in Michigan, the Michigan criminal trial, and arranged for a full treatment team to help me after the accident.” –Cathy McKee
The McKee family’s civil case settled in 2017.
“I was very comfortable with Carr as my lawyer. My family and I liked the reputation of Carr and his law firm, and we also liked Carr’s ties to Windsor, having gone to law school there and with his long family history at Hiram Walker in Windsor. I am really thankful we had Carr to help us through our very difficult time.” –Cathy McKee
See the Windsor Star article on Jay McKee: Windsor man dies after crash in Michigan; Charges expected against other driver.
Carr, I just wanted to thank you one more time for everything you have done for my mom and our case. All the best, have a great summer.