Lawyers included in the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory are nominated and voted in by their peers based on their skill and expertise within the practice area of personal injury. Four partners from McLeish Orlando have once again been chosen for inclusion in the list this year.
As personal injury lawyers, we know that many of our clients depend on blood donors after their car accidents, motorcycle accidents and biking collisions. That’s why we commit to donating blood as often as we can. Earlier today, staff from McLeish Orlando headed to Canadian Blood Services to give the gift of life.
We were excited that today’s numbers showed that 75% of our donors were doing so for the first time. McLeish Orlando loves being able to give back to their clients and the community, and will continue to donate blood regularly.
If you are interested in joining us during our next blood drive, please email .
Once again this holiday season, McLeish Orlando donated to the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank’s Annual Holiday Food Drive. In the past, we have donated turkeys, but upon the realization that our monetary donation can stretch 2.5 times further, we switched courses.
Giving our donation of $10,000 to a local charity means that we are supporting the people in need within our communities. For every dollar donated, the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank is able to give one meal to someone struggling with hunger, which means we are responsible for feeding thousands of people this holiday season.
Citizens are crying foul after the City of Hamilton posted signs at popular tobogganing spots warning that sledding was banned and violators would be fined up to $5,000. Cash strapped municipalities say they don’t want to be grinches, but they just can’t afford to expose themselves to potential lawsuits. The Agenda asks McLeish Orlando’s Patrick Brown if this is creating a liability chill, and if our court system has lost touch with reality.
Extreme sports is a growing industry that is profiting from the human desire to experience the adrenaline rush associated with risk-laden activities. Whether it is racing down a ski hill on a mountain bike, falling from a white water raft, or climbing up a rock face, there is an increased appetite for such thrills. Continue reading →
VOTE FOR CANADA’S TOP PERSONAL INJURY LAW FIRMS | We are pleased to announce that once again the 3 law firms of PIA Law, McLeish Orlando, Oatley Vigmond and Thomson Rogers, have been nominated by Canadian Lawyer Magazine in the category of Canada’s top personal injury law firms for 2015.
The magazine is conducting a survey that invites all legal and healthcare professionals, as well as clients and others, to weigh in and vote on the 2015 rankings.
As you know, the member firms of PIA Law have been consistently selected as three of Canada’s top personal injury law firms.
If you feel that our three firms are worthy of this recognition, please vote for each one of the firms. Thank you
We are proud to announce that John McLeish, Dale Orlando and Patrick Brown have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada ® as leading legal practitioners in Personal Injury Litigation.
Best Lawyers in Canada® is the oldest and most respected international peer-review publication in the legal profession. Lawyers who are recognized demonstrate a high level of respect amongst their peers for their abilities, professionalism and integrity.
Congratulations to all of the lawyers who were selected to be included in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada®.
The OPP said as of August 18, 2014, 26 people – 25 motorcyclists and one passenger- had died in crashes within the force’s jurisdiction. That compares with 29 motorcycle deaths in all of last year, and 26 the year before.
In an interview with AdvocateDaily.com, Toronto personal injury lawyer, Patrick Brown says motorists must use extra precaution when it comes to sharing the road with motorcyclists.
Patrick Brown, Partner of McLeish Orlando comments on the Liberals decision to cut insurance rates. Ontario’s governing Liberals insist they can still reach their target of cutting auto insurance rates by an average of 15 per cent across the province, even though they’re only a third of the way there with just a year to go.
Given the important role of judges in curbing inefficiencies, Toronto critical injury lawyer John McLeish tells Legal Feeds that he is supportive of a recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision that reaffirmed judges’ discretion to opt for hybrid trials.
Click here to read the full article by AdvocateDaily.
On Dec. 9, 2011, Law Society of Upper Canada members identified as a priority for the coming year the examination of alternative business structures (ABS) as a means of delivering legal services in Ontario. Based on the contents of the first report to convocation of the ABS working group (last June) and numerous comments at the society’s ABS symposium in October of last year, some form of ABS is likely to be approved in Ontario in the coming months and that will likely have implications for the personal-injury bar. Continue reading →
Patrick Brown recently presented at The Oatley McLeish Lecture Series: Guide to Motor Vehicle Litigation and presented on the Top Tort Cases of the Year. AdvocateDaily sat down with Patrick and discussed the important decisions over the last 12 months, one being the disclosure of Facebook profiles.
To read more of this article visit AdvocateDaily.com by clicking here.
McLeish Orlando is a Toronto personal injury law firm representing people who have been seriously injured and family members who have lost a loved one through the negligence of others. McLeish Orlando is a recognized leader within wrongful death and personal injury law. We represent people who have suffered brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and serious orthopaedic injuries. We strive for a fair settlement and the best possible results for our clients.
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