Medical Malpractice Blog

Highest-Billing Doctor in Chatham to Face Disciplinary Tribunal for Allegations of Misconduct

Chatham ophthalmologist, Dr. Christopher Anjema, faces allegations of misconduct for billing the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) $4.1 million in the 2017-2018 fiscal year and $31.4 million since 2011. He has been sent a notice to appear before the disciplinary tribunal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Anjema is also under... Read More

What are the Elements of a Medical Malpractice Case?

Doctors do not always provide the care their patients expect and deserve. Sometimes doctors are so careless that their patients suffer injuries that require even more medical treatment. Victims of these situations may be able to file a medical malpractice lawsuit to pursue fair compensation for the damages caused by the doctor’s recklessness, such as... Read More

Greg Monforton Discusses Windsor Doctor Stripped of License

In light of recent news that a former Windsor doctor was stripped of his license to practice medicine for inappropriate conduct and sexual abuse of a patient, founding partner Greg Monforton appeared as a guest on Windsor Morning on Friday to discuss patients’ options when the trust in their doctor is broken. Earlier this week,... Read More

Regulatory Changes for Out-of-Hospital Clinics

Ontario’s Health Minister Eric Hoskins announced yesterday that the Ontario Government will make major regulatory changes to increase accountability, regulation, quality and safety in out-of-hospital medical clinics in Ontario. As more patients seek care outside of hospitals, Hoskins noted that it is also important that oversight and regulation of these out-of-hospital locations increase as well... Read More

Government Calling for Changes to Quality of Care Information Protection Act

Health and Long Term Care Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins is looking to make big changes to the Quality of Care Information protection Act (QCIPA). Following an investigation by The Star, Dr. Hoskins revealed that the act will no longer grant hospitals the ability to protect their findings on medical errors. Have you or someone you... Read More

Windsor Child’s Death Another Blow to City

The grieving family of a Grade 3 student wants to know why their 8-year-old daughter died soon after arriving at a Windsor emergency room with flu-like symptoms. Destiny Sammut’s death is the latest in a series of medical tragedies to befall the city. Last month, the province launched an investigation after it was revealed two... Read More