Last week, Mayor Tory announced the Toronto’s multi-billion dollar commitment to repairing the Gardiner Expressway from falling chunks of concrete. For Jim Howie, personal injury lawyer and founding partner of Howie, Sacks & Henry, this commitment doesn’t go far enough and comes too late for one of his clients.
A few weeks ago Howie’s client was walking under the bridge at Scarlett Road and Dundas when he was struck in the head with a falling piece of concrete. The injury has left his client with a significant head injury, and probable permanent brain damage.
"This is a serious issue for pedestrians and drivers alike,” says Howie. “While I am pleased to see the City’s commitment to work on the Gardiner, the issue is city wide and too little, too late for people like my client. More attention needs to be brought to this issue."
Jim Howie is available for interviews focusing on the dangers and repercussions of falling concrete from bridges and overpasses in the City of Toronto.
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About Howie, Sacks & Henry
Howie, Sacks & Henry was formed in 2000. As one of Canada’s top personal injury Law Firms, the Firm’s mission is to handle serious personal injury cases with compassion and professionalism, ensuring that their clients receive adequate compensation for their pain, suffering, damages and future needs.
About Jim Howie
Personal injury lawyer Jim Howie is a Founding Partner of Howie, Sacks & Henry. Jim’s practice is devoted to litigation, principally in the areas of personal injury litigation, car accident benefit insurance claims, long term and short term disability claims, and medical malpractice, on behalf of victims. Jim is a Past President of the Toronto Lawyers Association, a Past Director of The Advocates Society, and Past Director of Brain Injury Association of Toronto. Jim founded the St. Michael’s Hospital Head Injury Clinic annual Charity Golf Tournament.