HSH Personal Injury Blog
Howie, Sacks & Henry Personal Injury Blog.
Demystifying the complex and sometimes overwhelming world of personal injury in Ontario.
Be Prepared for Driving in Winter Conditions
HSH Founding Partner Michael Henry shares practical and effective ways to maintain your vehicle for winter weather and stay safe while travelling on Ontario’s roads.
Distracted Driving – Don’t Let It Happen to You
HSH Founding Partner Michael Henry explains some of the most common causes of distracted driving, and how to avoid them.
Commemorating Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
On this National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, we invite you to join us in honouring the survivors of the residential school system, their families and communities, by actively taking part in the reconciliation process through acknowledgement and education.
What Canadian Airline Travelers Need to Know About the Montreal Convention
The Montreal Convention has streamlined the airline accident claims process, but complexity still remains for passengers pursuing a claim for damages. HSH Associate Valérie Lord explains the key elements of the treaty, and how to protect your rights if you’ve been injured while on an international flight.
The Modern Mentor
HSH Partner Adam Wagman shares his secrets to being a successful mentor during times of change.
7 Safe Driving Tips To Remember As Children Go Back to School
The first days of the new school year can be distracting for drivers and students alike. HSH Founding Partner Michael Henry shares tips that can help keep everyone safe on the roads and sidewalks this September.
Genetic Testing in Birth Injury Claims – Does it Clarify or Confuse?
HSH Founding Partner Neil Sacks explains the implications of an increased interest in the use of comprehensive genetic testing as evidence in birth injury lawsuits.
HSH Recognizes National Injury Prevention Day 2022
At Howie, Sacks & Henry, we encourage everyone to understand and recognize common safety risks, and to take precautions to prevent injuries.
Implications of the Armstrong Decision for Medical Malpractice Litigation
A recent Supreme Court of Canada decision provides additional guidance on the standard of care and clarifies what evidence can be raised in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Tips for Fireworks Safety
Fireworks displays are a much-loved Canadian summer tradition, but they can cause serious injury if safety precautions are not followed. Learn about simple steps that can keep adults and children out of harm’s way.
Cerebral Palsy – Definitions and Causes
HSH medical malpractice lawyer Samantha Shatz explains some of the terminology and causes of Cerebral Palsy.
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Since 2011, our peers have consistently voted for us as one of Canada’s top personal injury firms in Canadian Lawyer magazine’s annual rankings of the top personal injury boutiques in Canada.
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