Ontario Law Firm Blog

For This Tigers Fan, It Was A Dream

The Gazette Tim Simpson, a long-time employee at The Gazette and former member of the Sports department, is battling terminal cancer. Simpson, whose 40-year newspaper career began at the Windsor Star and ended when he took a buyout from The Gazette last… Read More

OPP Charge Father 1 Year After Lakeshore Train Crash

More than a year after two young children were killed when a train struck the family minivan in Lakeshore, Ontario Provincial Police have criminally charged their father, who was driving. Just before 10 a.m. on June 10 of 2012, Andrew Williams drove… Read More

Angry Motorists Harass Cyclists in Wake of Fatal Ontario Crash

Cyclists riding with cycling organization Tour Du Canada sadly lost two of their group to a traffic accident last week, but motorists travelling through the area seemed to display little sympathy in the wake of tragedy. If you have been injured in a bicycle… Read More

Melissa Novis Awarded H. Bruce Hillyer Award

We are very proud to announce that one of our articling students, Melissa Novis, has been awarded the H. Bruce Hillyer Award for Best Closing Argument at the 2013 Ontario Trial Lawyers Association mooting competition held recently at the Toronto Superior… Read More

Local Cyclist Still Shaken By Violent Accident

Although he left the hospital with what doctors would call minor injuries, 50-year-old Stephen Hayes is still shaken by a cycling accident that has changed more than just the way he rides. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident contact the Windsor… Read More

Accident victim wins challenge to Ontario's $3,500 minor injury cap

In September 2010, the Ontario government reduced the medical benefits you could get under your car insurance policy for injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident. The $100,000 limit for treatments not covered by the health care system was reduced… Read More

Two Injured in Accident on E.C. Row

  An SUV burst into flames following a collision on the E.C. Row Expressway Friday morning. Windsor police Sgt. Matt DAsti said two people are fortunate they suffered only minor personal injuries after the accident involving two vehicles at the intersection… Read More

Father Describes Son's Recover After Serious Crash With Ambulance in Chatham

It's been nearly a week since a collision involving an ambulance and minivan in Chatham. Three people, including two on-duty paramedics, were taken to different hospitals with varying degrees of injury. One of them was minivan driver Logan Simpson,… Read More

Greg Monforton to Speak for Pro Bono Students Canada at University of Windsor

Greg Monforton is proud to have accepted an invitation from Pro Bono Students Canada to speak to students at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law about pro bono work in the community. The event, dubbed the "PBSC Launch", will be held Monday, September… Read More

Windsor man faces attempted murder charge after allegedly trying to run down wife

A 28-year-old Windsor man is facing an attempted murder charge after police say he got into a fiery argument just after midnight Sunday with his common-law wife, assaulted her and tried to run her down, slamming his pickup truck into a Hickory Road home… Read More