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  • COVID Second Wave in Long-Term Care Could be Worse than First

    Last week, Ontario healthcare advocates, echoing sustained calls by nursing home negligence lawyers, told CBC News Toronto that “immediate emergency intervention with whatever resources are available” was necessary to prevent more COVID-19 deaths in long-term care facilities across the province. Mor … Read more »

  • Extendicare Class Action

    The law firms of Thomson Rogers and Will Davidson LLP are working together to continue to advance a class action proceeding claiming $200 million on behalf of residents of long-term care homes owned and/or operated and/or managed by Extendicare (Canada) Inc. (“Extendicare”). Extendicare owns and/or … Read more »

  • Why Winter Tires Improves Road Safety

    Winter doesn’t officially start until December 21, but the cold, snowy weather has already arrived in Ontario. As the province’s car accident lawyers know, winter driving conditions mean an increase in accidents, injuries, and fatalities. However, there are things you can do to keep yourself, your f … Read more »

  • Meghan Walker Named Newest Will Davidson LLP Partner

    The Partners of Will Davidson LLP are extremely excited to announce that Associate lawyer Meghan Walker has been admitted to the partnership. Will Davidson now has 11 Partners at the firm. Join us in congratulating Meghan on this incredible achievement. Meghan works out of our Oakville office and ar … Read more »

  • Fall and Winter are the Most Dangerous Times of the Year for Pedestrians

    The most dangerous time of year for Ontario pedestrians starts with the shift from daylight saving time to standard time and ends in the spring. This year, that shift occurred on November 1, meaning we are now comfortably in a period that demands heightened awareness from vulnerable road users. This … Read more »