The hidden costs of not purchasing optional benefits

I am involved with a case where both husband and wife were unfortunate victims of a car accident. Both suffered serious injury. Fortunately, the… Read More


For many decades, the law in Ontario ensured that an innocent victim be restored to the position they were,… Read More

A client’s journey

Jeffrey Shinehoft sets the stage for an inspiring story of perseverance and recovery. His client, Jack, was walking in his neighbourhood when a drunk driver… Read More

Serving as a mediator

One of the biggest honours is when colleagues call upon me to act as an independent mediator to help settle a case… Read More

Accident Benefits in simple terms

The laws of Ontario have a mechanism to ensure every person who is injured or dies in… Read More

Wrongful (and other) dismissal, we get it

Our occupation is often how we define ourselves. Whether or not this is a good thing for… Read More

ATTENDANT CARE – incur at your own risk

Accident Benefits were sold as accessible consumer protection legislation read generously in favour of the injured. However, increasingly we are seeing a limiting of the… Read More

Help! I’ve just had a bicycle accident

As a personal injury lawyer in Ontario, a province that loves its cyclists, I am often asked… Read More

Where Long Haul COVID meets long-term disability

Let us start this blog by looking at two definitions: Long Haul COVID: Long Haul COVID is… Read More

Building a purpose-driven firm

When you graduate from law school, they don’t tell you about marketing, or about how to build… Read More