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While all 90 firms included on Canadian Lawyer’s 2019 Top Personal Injury Boutiques survey have a track record of winning cases for their clients, achieving a top spot takes more than that.
The presumption of innocence is one of the golden threads that holds together our justice system. It operates as a shield between the individual and the overwhelming power of the state.
A Toronto-area lawyer has been granted a charging order for almost $240,000 after a client involved in a motor vehicle collision attempted to deal directly with an insurance company from which he was seeking damages.
Who will be Ontario’s next attorney general? It would seem premier-designate Doug Ford has a number of lawyers to choose from based on those who won in their respective ridings on June 7.
Non-pecuniary damage caps are widely used across Canada, but personal injury lawyers say accident victims are paying the price.
Redress for victims of sexual assault is increasingly being sought outside the legal system, which raises challenges for lawyers representing the accused and ethical questions for journalists covering accusations that haven’t been proven in court, says litigator Jonathan Lisus.
Top Personal Injury Boutiques Part 2: Here is the final half of the top 10 personal injury boutiques, listed alphabetically.