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  • Holiday Health Hazards: Some Considerations for Safe Celebrations

    Michael Henry The holiday season is a time of celebration with family and friends, but the endless running around, eating, attending parties and added stress can in fact be dangerous to your health. Here are some things to consider to ensure that you will get through the holiday season in one piece … Read more »

  • Prevent Christmas Tree Fires With These Safety Tips

    Michael Henry The holiday season is a joyous time, but it can be quickly spoiled by a fire in your home. While fires can happen at any time of the year, there are significantly more home fires around this time as a result of improper care of Christmas trees. When choosing using a real tree, remember … Read more »

  • E-Cigarettes: Are They Dangerous?

    Michael Henry There has been an absolute explosion of popularity for E-Cigarettes over the last few years, with a brand such as Juul becoming a household name – the Marlboros of a new generation. Coming in all shapes and sizes, from those that mimic the look of traditional cigarettes, to the sleek U … Read more »

  • November 25, 2019 – Mefloquine Lawsuit Update

    Return to Mefloquine homepage. Jurisdiction Motion On September 26, 2019, counsel for Canada advised that they had received instructions to institute what is called a “third party claim” against Hoffmann-La Roche Limited, the manufacturer of Mefloquine. We have not pursued Hoffmann-La Roche in our l … Read more »

  • Slipping and Falling in Ontario

    Meghan Hull Jacquin “Slip/trip and fall” incidents happen all too often. But, once you’re able to pull yourself up and brush yourself off, if your injuries don’t dissipate quickly, you should know that you may have recourse. If you can prove that the entity responsible for the condition of the premi … Read more »