Last blog added on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

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  • Personal Injury Case Testimonial

    Alysia was my lawyer for a personal injury case from 2013 to 2020. If integrity, knowledge, and a fighting sense of justice are integral in your assessment of a strong lawyer, then Alysia would be your choice. I found her to be honest, frank, and patient. I had many questions and most probably was n … Read more »

  • SCC won’t hear case involving vicarious liability for sex assault

    It’s unfortunate that the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) will not hear a case dealing with whether to attach legal responsibility to a cab company when a driver engages in sexual misconduct against a passenger, Toronto civil sexual abuse lawyer Elizabeth Grace tells “With the recen … Read more »

  • Client Testimonial | May 2020

    I had needed help and I am so grateful to Nigel Gilby and Karen Simpson of Lerners law firm. My challenged cousin had become a targeted victim of predatory door to door salespeople and she was on the verge of losing her home. She is elderly, legally blind, noticeably mentally and physically challeng … Read more »

  • How will my LTD case settle?

    I have spent many years representing people across Ontario whose short-term disability (STD) and long-term disability (LTD) claims have been denied or terminated. In previous articles, I have discussed how you can decide whether to appeal the insurance company’s decision or start a lawsuit and expla … Read more »

  • Litigation in the Age of COVID-19: A Personal Injury Lawyer’s Perspective

    The physical distancing measures put into place by the Ontario government have had a dramatic impact across all facets of society. The legal profession has not been exempt from this impact. Many would be surprised to learn that legal services at Lerners continue, even in the face of closed offices, … Read more »