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  • What Is Birth Asphyxia? 8 Things to Know

    Childhood illness and injury are devastating to those impacted by them. As a leading malpractice law firm here in Ontario, Canada, Sommers, Roth & Elmaleh strive to ensure our clients have all the support needed to give these children the best chance at a happy life. One of the most common birth dis … Read more »

  • Cerebral Palsy: How Can a Medical Malpractice Lawyer Help?

    As a leading malpractice law firm in Ontario, Sommers, Roth & Elmaleh work with families for various reasons. Working closely with our clients, we help navigate the pain and frustration of an illness that could have been prevented by proper medical care. One of the most common medical malpractice di … Read more »

  • Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy: What You Need to Know

    As a leading medical malpractice law firm in Toronto, Sommers, Roth & Elmaleh works closely with families to ensure justice is served in malpractice cases. One of the issues we support our clients through is Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy or HIE. In Canada, 6 out of every 1000 babies will suffer fr … Read more »

  • Children with Cerebral Palsy May be More Likely to Suffer from Mental Health Disorders

    A study conducted by the University of Michigan and published in the journal Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology has concluded that children with cerebral palsy (CP) are more likely to suffer from mental health disorders than children without it. The study examined the health data of over 30,00 … Read more »

  • Medical Malpractice and a Doctor’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty

    A Ontario medical malpractice decision on Stirrett v Cheema highlights the importance of properly framing a doctor-patient relationship when trying to establish liability. The case involved a cardiac patient who had participated in a research study and died as a result of a procedure performed durin … Read more »