Will Davidson LLP specializes in personal injury, property and insurance related claims on behalf of both individuals and insurers. Our first course of action is to try resolving your legal issue as efficiently as possible. We started as a Toronto based law firm and now have nine locations across Southern Ontario to serve you.
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Gary Will appears as co-counsel before Justice Strathy, to obtain approval of a $8,750,000 settlement of a national class action for persons injured by the drug, Prepulsid. (Boulanger v. Johnson & Johnson Corp. 2009 Carswell Ontario 6580).
Paul Cahill appears in the Ontario Court of Appeal and successfully argues that the Plaintiff who had been self-represented when his action was dismissed is entitled to a new trial. Sept. 10, 200 Park v. Lee, 2009 ONCA 651 (CanLII)
Paul Cahill receives judgment in favour of the Plaintiff in a claim for medical malpractice against a dermatology clinic that caused facial scars to the Plaintiff during a laser hair removal procedure. July 29, 2009 Ayana v. Skin Klinic, 2009 CanLII 42042 (ON S.C.)
Christopher Morrison and Paul Cahill succeed in judicially reviewing a decision of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board to not permit a worker to re-elect to pursue a civil lawsuit after having received benefits from the Board for a period of time. June 4, 2009 Verkerk v. Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Superior Court of
Gary Will appears as counsel in a jury trial in Newmarket, acting for an individual who received a catastrophic brain injury as a result of a slip and fall accident. On the ninth day of trial, the claim settles on terms favourable to the plaintiff.
Gary Will joins Terence Young at the launch of his book, “Death by Prescription”, http://deathbyprescription.com/speech.php, the story of a father’s investigative journey into the world of Big Pharma and how the widely prescribed medication, Prepulsid, led to his daughter’s death.
Paul Cahill succeeds in having the Town of Oakville’s summary judgment motion dismissed. At issue was the “reasonable excuse” for failing to provide notice pursuant to the Municipal Act within the prescribed 10 day period. This decision was subsequently quoted with approval by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Crinson v. Toronto (City), 2010 ONCA
Scott Frew succeeds in dismissing the Plaintiff’s Claim for delay, where the Plaintiff failed to serve documents. Scott was able to establish that there would be prejudice to the Defendants if the matter moved forward. The insurer was awarded costs and the Plaintiff agreed to make payments via a fee schedule. Mercury v. Zakoor, 2009