Ontario Personal Injury Blog

Long-Time Ford Employees Present Petition for National Auto Strategy to House of Commons

On Monday April 20, 2015, Jessica John, daughter of our very own Pat Forfitt, and Heather MacDonald-Ellis were in Ottawa presenting the House of Commons with a petition pushing for a national auto strategy. The two women, who are long-time Ford workers,… Read More

Uber Insurance Secrets & Confidentiality Woes

Lawyers for ridesharing app Uber to ask judge for sealing order to keep information on $5 million insurance policy confidential for competitive reasons. Uber claims its unique insurance policy, which it spent seven months developing, must be kept secret… Read More

Lawsuits Filed Over Trinity Industries Spear-Like Guardrails

Across Canada, transportation safety officials are eager to receive test results which would determine what should be done with thousands of allegedly defective guardrails manufactured by Trinity Industries, Inc. and used throughout the country. At issue… Read More

Greg Monforton Discusses The Future Of Law

In a recent interview conducted by the University of Windsor, our very own Greg Monforton was asked to expand on a variety of topics including his thoughts on what he considers to be the foundations of a good lawyer and his view of where law as an industry… Read More

Canadian Car Buyers Value Price Above Most Else

A survey from Driving.ca revealed that 85% of Canadians in the market for a vehicle weigh price and fuel efficiency more heavily than safety when considering a purchase. The sites New Car Survey took a look at Canadian car buyers habits when shopping… Read More

GoFundMe Windfall for Detroit Man Who Walks 33K to Work Daily

The newly-acquired wealth of James Robertson, the 56-year-old Detroit factory worker who walks roughly 33 kilometres to work each day, will be managed in part by a group of financial advisors. CBC News Windsor reports that the GoFundMe page created to… Read More

General Motors Compensates Victims of Ignition Switch Recall Early

Eligible claimants are accepting offers from General Motors Co.s (GM) victims compensation fund, administrator Kenneth Feinberg said in a recent CNBC interview. The fund has paid 130 victims ahead of its scheduled deadline of Jan. 31, 2015, but Feinberg… Read More

New Ontario Superior Court Judge Sworn In

At the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, we are proud to announce that Mr. George King, a good friend of the firm and a highly respected labour lawyer in Windsor, was sworn in on Friday as a judge of the Superior Court of Ontario. Taking oath… Read More

Windsor Law Pioneer Passes At Age 83

The greater Windsor law community lost one of its pioneers earlier this week after succumbing to complications from pneumonia on Tuesday morning. A popular individual within the legal industry and beyond, Mr. Martin Wunder was known for his tenacity… Read More

Number of Canadian Auto Recalls Highest Ever in 2014

With over 8 million vehicles having been recalled in Canada last year, 2014 goes on record as the year with the greatest number of country-wide recalls to date. Data from Transport Canada reveals that the nation witnessed almost 600 recalls in 2014 for… Read More