Ontario auto insurance: How much worse can things get for victims?
Changes in 2010 created windfall profits for insurers by slashing coverage for the vast majority.
We need to restore fairness and impose a moratorium on further reductions in coverage!
In September 2010, the Ontario government introduced sweeping changes to auto insurance in response to pressure from the insurance industry to...Read More
From the Hamilton Spectator
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada have a new commander.
Lieutenant-Colonel Lawrence Hatfield took charge of the regiment in a rainy parade celebration at Bayfront Park Sunday, succeeding Lieutenant-Colonel Gary Sexton.
“I’m very privileged today,” Hatfield said. “Our history is time-honoured, written in battle and blood.”
The Argyll and Sutherland...Read More
In an action against the Hamilton Police in negligence for failing to arrest Hamilton’s “Most Wanted Criminal” Corey Rogers, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has dismissed a motion by the police which, if successful, would have stopped the lawsuit. By virtue of the Ruling the plaintiffs are permitted to proceed. The case is under appeal. The plaintiffs are...Read More
Steve Arnold – The Hamilton Spectator;
The last thing a Canadian soldier in Afghanistan should have to think about is keeping a job back home.
The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce wants to give that comfort to the country’s reserve soldiers when they’re called into action. In a policy proposal, the business lobby group calls on the federal government to establish a system of tax...Read More
On June 19th, 2010, Flaherty Sloan Hatfield was pleased to sponsor the 5th annual Hamilton Brain Injury Association Walk and Run. The events were held on Discovery Drive in Hamilton. It was a beautiful day with fun had by all. For more on the legal services pertaining to brain injuries call or visit Flaherty Sloan Hatfield today.Read More