We take great pride in our record of success, and our experience speaks for itself. Out lawyers have extensive experience in a wide range of practice areas including medical malpractice, commercial litigation, personal injury, and professional responsibility.

Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.

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L v. S et al (Confidential Settlement)

Medical negligence/wrongful death case involving an elderly patient who was admitted to hospital under a “Form 1” for suicidal behaviour.  The patient was inadequately monitored and committed suicide on the hospital premises.  Kevin acted for the spouse and daughter of the deceased. The case settled for $300,000 ($373,000 in 2023 dollars).

D. v. ? (Confidential Settlement)

Medical negligence/wrongful death case involving a patient whose use of Demerol was not properly monitored by family physician resulting in a fatal overdose. Kevin acted for the spouse and daughters of the deceased.  Case settled for $450,000 ($657,000 in 2023 dollars)

S. v. G et al. (Confidential Settlement)

Medical negligence case involving a child injured at birth.  The child’s delivery was delayed when nurses failed to notify the obstetrician of a non-reassuring fetal heart rate resulting in permanent neurological injury.  Kevin and Ryan acted for the plaintiffs.  The case settled at pre-trial for $11.25 Million.

P. v. X. et al. (Confidential Settlement)

Medical negligence case involving a blind plaintiff whose diagnosis of right sided necrotizing external ear canal infection was delayed, leaving the plaintiff with permanent functional impairments that were exacerbated by his pre-existing blindness.  Ryan acted for the plaintiff. Case settled for $3.75 Million.

Brito v. Moniz, 2019 ONSC 3526; 2019 ONSC 4347

August 9, 2023
Jessica Mor

Family law matter, where the Applicant Husband sought to reduce the child and spousal support that was payable to the Respondent Wife because of a change of circumstances that reduced his overall annual income. The Respondent Wife argued that the Applicant Husband was lying to the Court about his circumstances and his income. Jessica acted for the successful Respondent Wife, and obtained full indemnity costs against the Applicant Husband.

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