Head Injuries In – and Out – Of the NFL

Albert Conforzi Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi – I came across an interesting piece about lawsuits in the United States regarding head injuries from playing NFL football. The NFL is suing over 30 insurers for refusing to defend the NFL in some 143 injury lawsuits brought by former players. I wonder how long it…

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Hard Work Nets $1.5 Million Payout for Client

Albert Conforzi Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Albert Conforzi: My client – we’ll call her Ann – sustained serious injuries in an accident 4 years ago, with multiple fractures. The challenge in a case like Ann’s is maximizing the recovery potential for the injured client, while at the same time creating risk for the insurer. In…

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Simple Letter Solves Problem

Allan Chapnik by Toronto Lawyer Allan Chapnik: Yesterday, over the phone, a potential new client told me that his mother had passed away and the insurance company refused to pay out on the credit insurance she had on a loan from the bank. They said it was because she died within 12 months of the…

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A Complicated and Unique Personal Injury Case

Phil Paglino by Toronto lawyer Phil Paglino – Pace Law Firm: I was speaking with someone the other day about a personal injury case that I recently handled in Toronto. Romita v. Sohi, 2010 ONSC 6587 (CanLII) (“Romita”) – The facts were complicated and very unique. The insurer of the Plaintiff’s work vehicle admitted in…

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Pace Law Firm at Trillium Health Centre

Pace Law Firm hosted a Lunch and Learn event today at the Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga. The subject of the lecture was Humour and Social Work, with Anka Milligan presenting. Here are a couple of photos from the event. Anka Milligan with Pace GM Patrick Rocca   Humour and Social Work   Anka Milligan…

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