Ontario Personal Injury Blog

Are Canadians Ready For Driverless Cars?

In recently released news, Google says it has shifted the focus of its self-driving car project to tackle more complex city driving. "Jaywalking pedestrians. Cars lurching out of hidden driveways. Double-parked delivery trucks blocking your lane and… Read More

Staff From Greg Monforton & Partners Volunteer At Downtown Windsor Mission

At the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, we recognize and strongly feel the importance of giving back to our local community and are proud to announce our recent involvement with the Downtown Mission in Windsor. Led by Ms. Dina Mejalli, a number… Read More

Lawyers Feed the Hungry Bowl-a-Thon 2014

Join us for the 4th Annual Windsor Lawyers Feed the Hungry Bowl-a-Thon, a fundraiser in aid of the Windsor Lawyers Feed the Hungry Program. The Program is funded by the Law Society Foundation, a registered charity with one of its objectives being the… Read More

Use of Antipsychotic Medications in Nursing Homes is On the Rise

A recent investigation by The Star has revealed that some long-term care homes are routinely providing anti-psychotic medications to aggressive patients in order to calm them down or stop them from wandering. According to the investigation, across 300… Read More

Use Of E-Cigarettes On Passenger Transport Still Unclear

The popularity of electronic cigarettes has sparked a debate on whether the battery-operated devices should be banned in bars, restaurants and other public venues where tobacco smoke is prohibited. Air Canada made headlines this week after a businesswoman… Read More

Local Pizza Makers Putting Windsor On The Culinary Map

Local pizza makers said they put Windsor on the map after finishing third last week in Las Vegas for the best pizza in the world. Well-known Windsor franchise Armandos Pizza attended the 30th annual International Pizza Expo for the first time and came… Read More

CAA To Launch Worst Roads In Canada Campaign

In a recent announcement, the Canadian Automobile Association South Central Ontario (CAASCA) has launched its yearly "Worst Roads" campaign, which allows motorists throughout the region to vote for local roads that are in dire need of repair. The campaign… Read More

Ottawa Warns Windsor To Not Remove Paul Martin Scaffolding Amid Safety Concerns

Warning that it would unquestionably jeopardize the safety of passersby, Ottawa is urging Windsor not to remove the protective sidewalk scaffolding that for years has surrounded the Paul Martin building in the downtown. In a letter to city engineer Mario… Read More

Families of Missing Passengers on Board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Want Answers

On Saturday March 8, 2014, Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 suddenly disappeared over the South China Sea. The Boeing aircraft was carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members when it seems to have suddenly vanished. Since its disappearance, the Federal… Read More

Plans for Detroit-Canada Bridge Move Forward

Despite the omission of funding in the federal budget for a border inspection plaza in Michigan, the land acquisition for the New International Trade Crossing could start this summer on the south side of the Detroit River. Bridge construction is schedule… Read More