• FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education

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January 30, 2019

FAIR Submission to 2019 Pre-Budget Consultation
“It is the unqualified but inordinately powerful adjuster that stands between the insurer benefits and the injured person’s need for recovery resources and it is in that space where insurers make profits. ”   

Helping Families of Injured Ontario Motorists

Since 1936, Thomson Rogers has been helping seriously injured motorists get the treatment and care they need to recover from their injuries and to receive compensation for their losses. We understand that it is not only the injured party that may require assistance, as often it is loved ones that face significant challenges in helping the accident victim. 

Ontario Wide Case Management available for Personal Injury Cases effective Feb 1, 2019

For starters, you’ve needed to retain a lawyer and sue in Court to get the results you need. Because you’ve commenced a legal action, then we can presume that you’ve exhausted every other recourse and Court is your last option. It would have been far easier and less expensive to keep the lawyers out of your dispute and work things out between the parties. 

Ontario consulting on municipalities’ worries on ‘liability chill’

TORONTO — Ontario is taking a look at municipalities’ concerns about a legal rule that they say causes “liability chill” and leads some to ban activities such as street hockey and tobogganing. 

‘Anger, rage, sadness’: Paraplegic drunk driver who maimed Ottawa motorcyclist sentenced to prison

Roy Radke, 37, a paraplegic who uses a wheelchair because of injuries he suffered in a June 2015 suicide attempt, had pleaded guilty to impaired and dangerous driving causing bodily harm in the collision that nearly killed Albert. 

Multiple trucking violations by Humboldt semi driver noted in government report

MELFORT, Sask. – A Saskatchewan government report says the driver of a semi-truck should not have been on the road the day he flew through a stop sign and caused a crash with the Humboldt Broncos team bus. 

The Winter Months Warm-Me-Up

As a post concussion syndrome (PCS) survivor, these long nights have special significance.

Back in the early months of my PCS, the sun setting earlier in the day was something I initially welcomed. I thought, ‘Great, now everyone else will enjoy very dim lighting as much as I do!’ But as the days dragged on, I realized this wasn’t necessarily the case.



A Place of Powerlessness

It’s been a really rough few weeks on the personal/health front. I have lost both my dogs, been hospitalized twice, and suffered through a lot of pain. And to cap it off, already physically vulnerable, I was put in a place of emotional powerlessness within the health system. 

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