Class Action Lawyer

Class Action Lawsuit Lawyer in Toronto

Few Canadian class action law firms can boast of a history of success in plaintiff class action law like Will Davidson LLP. Our law firm has been on the cutting edge of this form of legal action in Ontario since the Class Proceedings Act was passed in the early 1990s. Over the following decade and a half, our lawyers have represented plaintiffs in some of the country’s most high-profile class proceedings, including cases relating to drugs and product liability, outbreaks of infectious diseases, and environmental contamination.

Nursing Home Negligence Class Actions

Most recently, our focus has turned to nursing home negligence as the COVID-19 pandemic has swept through Ontario’s long-term care facilities. The vast majority of COVID-19 deaths in Ontario have occurred in nursing homes, leading to questions about their preparedness and responsiveness.

Our team is investigating or has launched class action proceedings against the following long-term care facilities and facility owners:

Additionally, We are Actively Investigating the Following Long-Term Care Homes

  • Roberta Place
  • Maple Manor
  • White Cliffe Terrace
  • Caressant Care Nursing and Retirement Homes
  • Grace Villa Nursing Home

If anyone has information about the situation at the homes mentioned above, or is a resident or family member of a resident, please contact Michael Reid at (905-337-9748) or Gary Will at (905-815-5802).

Through the expertise of a Will Davidson LLP class action lawyer, residents and the families of residents at these homes may be able to access compensation for the damages they have incurred. If you have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak at Ontario’s nursing homes, or if you have information that may be pertinent to our cases, contact a Will Davidson LLP class action lawyer today.

Trust a Will Davidson LLP Class Action Lawyer

At Will Davidson LLP, our experienced personal injury and class action lawyers are committed to delivering expert representation for our clients. In our estimation, an important part of delivering high-quality legal service is to be mindful of the costs associated with complex, time-consuming proceedings. Our team carefully considers how our services impact clients’ bottom lines and what we can do to deliver exceptional representation at a reasonable cost.

If you’ve been injured by a defective product or by the negligence or error of an organization, contact Will Davidson LLP today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced class action lawsuit lawyer. Will Davidson LLP has represented plaintiffs in class action lawsuits since the 1990s, and has decades of experience litigating all manner of personal injury cases. During this time, we have come to understand the unique physical, emotional, and financial strains that can be the byproduct of a drawn-out legal battle. As such, our team is proud to offer no-obligation consultations and services on a contingency basis for all personal injury clients. We believe that, as your legal representatives, it is our job to make your life easier in every possible way. Contact Will Davidson LLP today to learn how a class action lawyer can help.

For more information on becoming a part of the class actions, please contact Michael Reid at (905-337-9748) or Gary Will at (905-815-5802). Additionally, we can be reached by phone at 1-800-661-7606 or through the free consultation form on this page. 

Nursing Home Negligence News Articles

Their mother had identical fractures in both legs when she died. How did no one at her Oakville nursing home see or hear anything? – Toronto Star

Devastating to watch’: Private long-term-care homes have seen some of Ontario’s worst death rates

Ontario’s long-term care sector wasn’t ready or equipped for COVID-19: report

‘We failed the most vulnerable’: Dr. Tam’s biggest takeaway after a year of COVID-19

Personal Injury Litigator Urges Lawyers to Advocate for Neglected Elders Amid COVID-19

Patients died from neglect, not COVID19 in Ontario LTC homes military report finds

Canadian Military Report – Long Term Care Homes 2020

COVID-19 Preparedness and Management – Auditor General of Ontario

Ontario Long-Term Care COVID-19 Commission – Final Report

Instead of protecting residents of long-term-care facilities, provincial policies have only aided financially well off private owners, plus other Niagara letters to the editor

Elder Care in Ontario is Broken, and Here’s One Way We Can Fix It

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