Ontario Law Firm Blog

Motorcycle Crash in South Walkerville Causes Critical Injuries

There was another near-fatal motorcycle crash over the weekend. On Friday night, a motorcycle rider was critically injured in a crash in South Walkerville. The rider was still in hospital on Monday in intensive care. Windsor police responded to the two-vehicle crash that happened at Kildare Road and Somme Avenue around 8:30 p.m. The motorcycle... Read More

Greg Monforton and Partners Wishes You a Happy Diwali

Diwali is one of the most important dates within Hinduism and is one of the most important holidays of the year in India. Diwali has become an important cultural event in Canada and the U.S. as well, with various celebrations that may include fireworks, eating sweet delicacies, dancing and other activities. Also known as the... Read More

Can Black Box Data Support My Car Crash Claim?

Trying to piece together how a car crash happened is rarely straightforward. One piece of evidence that may help is the black box in your vehicle. If installed, the data collected by this device could reveal helpful information about the cause of a crash. If another’s negligent driving led to a crash and caused your... Read More

Greg Monforton Declares Law Society of Ontario Bencher Candidacy

Greg Monforton & Partners is pleased to announce that founding partner Greg Monforton has formally declared his candidacy for Bencher in the 2023 Law Society of Ontario bencher elections. Greg embarks on this exciting journey, along with a formidable team of bencher candidates intent on returning the Law Society of Ontario to good governance. What... Read More

Two Men Taken to Hospital Following a Freight Train Crash

Chatham-Kent police reported a crash between a freight train and a motor vehicle this weekend. Two men sustained injuries in the collision and were taken to hospital for further medical care. Police say the crash happened shortly before 8 p.m. on Sunday in Thamesville near Base Line and Industrial Road. Victims Transported to Hospital With... Read More

Greg Monforton to Address New Lawyers Division

We are excited to share that two of our firm’s partners will be speaking at the upcoming Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) conference this fall. The conference takes place on Friday, October 28. 2022 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Greg Monforton to Address New Lawyers Division Founding partner... Read More

Jacqueline Horvat Elected as Treasurer By the LSO Convocation

At Greg Monforton & Partners, we are excited to announce a reception sponsored by the Essex Law Association in honour of Jacqueline Horvat. Jacqueline Horvat has been elected Treasurer by the Law Society of Ontario’s (LSO) governing body (Convocation). The LSO’s responsibility is to regulate Ontario’s lawyers and paralegals in the public interest. Treasurer is... Read More

Two Motorists Hospitalized Due to Head-On Collision on Highway 3

Two drivers were injured following a head-on collision that happened on Tuesday night in the Kingsville area of Highway 3. According to a Windsor Star news report, Kingsville firefights, OPP and Essex County EMS responded to reports of the crash. The head-on collision, which involved two vehicles, occurred at approximately 8:55 p.m between County Road... Read More

Who Do I Sue for Damages After a Car Crash?

Car crashes are often traumatic, even if the injuries are minor. Accident victims may be focused on recovering and unsure how to seek compensation for their medical costs and other losses. Do they pursue a claim against the at-fault driver or sue the driver’s insurance company? At Greg Monforton & Partners, we handle car crash... Read More

Joanna Sweet Discusses Her Time at Carleton University in Feature Story

In a feature story, Greg Monforton and Partners’ Senior Associate Joanna Sweet discusses her time in the PhD program at Carleton University. Sweet earned her PhD in Political Science from the university in 2012. Sweet explains how she had opportunities to meet politicians and attend Parliament events while she worked on her PhD thesis. Her... Read More