Personal Injury Blog

OPP Charge Father 1 Year After Lakeshore Train Crash

More than a year after two young children were killed when a train struck the family minivan in Lakeshore, Ontario Provincial Police have criminally charged their father, who was driving. Just before 10 a.m. on June 10 of 2012, Andrew Williams drove the van across a set of train tracks on Strong Road with his... Read More

Aggressive Dog That Injured 80-Year-Old Must Be Dealt With

Police and animal control officers responded to an incident near Harrow on Thursday following a dog biting an 80-year-old man.  The man said he was trying to stop a fight between two dogs. This dog which caused the fighting had broken through a screen door and attacked a woman’s German Shepherd-Labrador mix. The 80-year-old man... Read More

Greg Monforton and Partners Is Pleased to Provide Free Legal Help to Canada’s Veterans

Windsor personal injury lawyer Greg Monforton today announced that his law firm is offering a new, free legal service Trial Lawyers for Veterans for vets seeking disability benefits from the Canadian government. Monforton says that “our veterans do so much for us and I believe our government does not always respond well when our soldiers... Read More

Ontario Mother Wants Answers in Child’s Death

The family of an eight-year-old girl who died at a Windsor, Ont., hospital last month has hired a lawyer to help her find out why the little girl died. Destiny Sammut died Feb. 7 in the emergency room at Windsor Regional Hospital. More than a month after the girl’s death, Jenny Sammut has no idea... Read More

$1M Lawsuit Blames Leamington for Tobogganing Injury

A Leamington woman who says she suffered a debilitating back injury while tobogganing at Seacliff Park is suing the municipality for $1 million. Beth DeCou was tobogganing at Seacliff Park with her son and a friend on Feb. 2, 2009 when she struck an unidentified object under the snow, sending her and her sled flying... Read More

Paralyzed Hit-and-Run Victim Sues for $12.8 Million

A pedestrian left paralyzed by a hit-and-run driver has filed a $12.8-million lawsuit that names the City of Windsor and a prominent local developer among the defendants. Mohammed Abed, 19, was walking in east Windsor after spending the night at a friends house watching a movie, drinking pop and socializing. It was about 1:45 a.m.... Read More