Ontario Law Firm Blog

Windsor Police Ask For Help Finding Hit-and-Run Driver

Windsor police are looking for a driver who left the scene after hitting a pedestrian. The victim was crossing Tecumseh Road at Cadillac Street around 4:15 p.m. on Nov. 22 when a car ran into him. Police said the driver stopped to see if the pedestrian was OK, but then took off. He was last... Read More

Windsorites Recall Inspirational Mandela

Nelson Mandela’s life in South Africa was largely defined by his race, but as local residents mourned one of the great figures of the 20th century it was his gentleness and humanity that defined him. Because of him a lot of things changed in my life, said South African native Neel Singh, who met Mandela... Read More

How to Drive on Black Ice

Black ice is responsible for dozens of auto accidents each year across Ontario, and other locations where freezing temperatures are present. This type of ice forms when freezing rain or snow melts, then re-freezes, thus resulting in a clear and transparent sheet of ice. Often times, people mistake black ice for wet roadways, while they... Read More

Holiday Choir Fundraising Event

The Greg Monforton & Partners Holiday Choir performed at Devonshire Mall on Tuesday December 3, 2013singing for money and proudly raising over $1,600 from shoppers for the Sunshine Foundation Dreams for Kids https://www.sunshine.ca/. The Sunshine Foundation is the only national Canadian charity to provide individual dreams to children with severe physical disabilities and life threatening... Read More

University of Windsor Law School May Relocate Downtown

Read Original Article At CBC news Windsor According to reliable sources reporting to CBC News, it has been revealed that the University of Windsor Faculty of Law is currently considering a move to the Paul Martin federal building located at Ouellette Ave. In a recent statement from University of Windsor president Alan Wilderman: “The mayor... Read More

London Woman Killed In Traffic Collision

In northwest London, police recently identified the victim of Saturdays collision. Around 3:45 PM on Saturday several reports were made regarding a collision between three vehicles in the Hyde Park Road and Sunningdale Road area. There were a total of nine occupants in all of the vehicles at the time of the accident. A passenger... Read More

Windsor Drivers Improving, Distracted Driving Crashes Increasing

Read Original Article At The Windsor Star Windsor drivers are doing slightly better avoiding accidents compared to cities across Canada, but distracted driving continues to grow here and across the country, according to a study by Allstate Insurance. Windsor is doing well, Lisa McWatt, director of brand innovation for Allstate in describing the local rate... Read More

Prevent Deadly Injuries to Your Family with One Simple Household Item

According to the National Fire Protection Association, three out of five fire deaths occur in houses without smoke alarms, or with smoke alarms that no longer work. Without a doubt, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms save lives. However, in order to work; they must have a fresh set of batteries. Between 2009 and 2011, an... Read More

Greg Monforton Discusses Ethics In The Legal Industry

In a recent interview on CBC, Greg Monforton was asked about the topic of ethics within the legal industry and why there is a need to raise the standard of those ethics for the greater good of the community. To watch the full video, please click on the image listed below: Read More

Snow Squalls Cause Dozens of Accidents on Highway 400

Snow squalls and whiteout conditions caused dozens of car accidents on Highway 400 Tuesday morning, forcing police to close the highway in two locations, according to the OPP highway safety division. A spokesperson said there was a multi-vehicle crash in the southbound lanes at Barrie, closing the highway at Duckworth St. Three people were taken... Read More