General Interest Blog

Boating Tips for the Long Holiday Weekend

The Canada Day long weekend means that many more families and friends will look to spending their time boating. Unfortunately, this is also means popular boating areas will be much busier and there will be an increase in the number of boaters who have been drinking. The number of boating fatalities reported this year are... Read More

Ontario Residents Warned Not to Eat Certain Chia Products

In early June, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced a recall that affected certain Organic Traditions and Back 2 the Garden brand products. Consumers were warned that the sprouted chia products may be contaminated with salmonella. The recall affects Organic Traditions Chia Seed Powder, Sprouted Chi & Flax Seed Powder and Back 2 the... Read More

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

The Brain Injury Association of Canada has noted that June is Brain Injury Awareness month. Several events have been planned across Canada including golf tournaments, 5ks, safety fun-fast days and more. Earlier this year, Greg Monforton & Partners took part in the Brain Injury Association of Sarnia-Lambton (BIASL) Golf tournament. The event raised money for... Read More

Commemorative Butterfly Sculpture Unveiled In Windsor

For the hundreds of Windsor residents caring for loved ones with both visible and invisible disabilities, the waterfronts newest sculpture a bronze pair of outstretched hands releasing two gleaming butterflies to the sky is a powerful sight. Dozens of caregivers, family members and survivors of brain injuries lined Assumption Parks walkway Friday to see the... Read More

General Motors Fires 15 People and Names Engineer at Fault for Defective Ignition Switch

On Thursday, General Motors held a town hall meeting to update the public on the continued investigation into a faulty ignition switch that allegedly led to the death of 13 people. Mary Barra, CEO of the company, revealed that 15 people were fired and at least five more were disciplined after the company interviewed 230... Read More

Toyota Recalls 82,000 Minivans in Canada for Salt Corrosion Problem

In what is sure to be a record year for recalls in Canada and the United States, Toyota has announced that they will be recalling 516,000 vehicles worldwide including 82,380 minivans in Canada. According to the auto manufacturer road salt that is commonly used in cold weather areas could lead to the corrosion of certain... Read More

GM Recalls Additional Vehicles in Canada

General Motors announced this week that they would be recalling a total of 282,000 vehicles for various issues. However, on Thursday the manufacturer also announced that its latest recall would affect more than 2.5 million vehicles. In the past five months GM has recalled nearly 13 million vehicles. About 204,000 vehicles in Canada have been... Read More

Greg Monforton Invited To Participate In Annual Tim Horton Camp Day

Our founding partner – Windsor personal injury lawyer Greg Monforton has been invited to be a celebrity coffee server at Tim Hortons annual Camp Day, being held in Windsor on Wednesday, June 4.  On Camp Day, every penny from coffee sales during the 24 hour period, as well as well as money raised through special... Read More

Greg Monforton & Partners To Sponsor Brain Injury Association Golfing Tournament

With more than 18,000 Ontarians projected to suffer from a brain injury this year, at the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, we are proud to announce our attendance and sponsorship of the annual Brain Injury Association of Windsor/Essex County’s golf tournament. This worthy cause aims to help increase the quality of life for... Read More

Shari Freeman To Organize And Attend Mason Child Identification Program Event

At the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, we feel strongly about our commitment to helping the local community especially when it concerns the safety of children. With this in mind, we are proud to announce that our own Shari Freeman will be organizing and attending a very special event to help prepare child... Read More