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Smitiuch Injury Law is dedicated to helping those who have been seriously injured or killed in accidents.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Dec 5
The Chiocchio v. Hamilton case is discussed in the Law Times. Leave will be sought at the Supreme Court of Canada
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Smitiuch Injury Law Dec 2
Warm wishes for a Happy Hanukkah. Chag Urim Sameach!
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Michael Smitiuch Nov 20
This needed to be said. Access to justice is a major issue across Ontario for innocent injury victims. Although we are ready for trial now we could not book a trial until 2020 in Brampton.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Nov 22
Tonight is the 's 12th Annual Fundraising Dinner in . We are proud to sponsor this event and support brain injury survivors.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Nov 11
Lest we forget.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Nov 2
We are proud of and & their efforts to obtain justice on behalf of former OPP Constable Sparrock
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Smitiuch Injury Law Nov 1
The Fall 2018 issue of Disclosure is now available. The feature article is our recent trial success and the treatment of seniors in long-care homes. Other articles include: Schnarr v. Blue Mountain and 7 Distracted Driving Facts.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 31
The Smitiuch Injury Law legal team wishes everyone a happy and safe Halloween!
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 31
Happy Halloween! Stay tuned for scary pictures of your favourite Smitiuch Injury Law lawyers and clerks. In the meantime check out a Halloween video from 2015.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 19
Our own is speaking on, “Presenting Your Chronic Pain Case Before a Jury” at
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 19
A few of the Smitiuch Injury Law team at
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Peter Cho Oct 17
The Fall Conference is on Friday! I look forward to kicking things off in the MVA track talking about practical strategies to present chronic pain cases to juries
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 12
Michael Smitiuch speaks about potential liability resulting from falling concrete at Union Station with
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 12
On October 19th Peter Cho will be speaking at the Fall Conference. His talk will be about presenting a chronic pain case to a jury. Several other members of the firm will be attending this great conference
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Smitiuch Injury Law Oct 5
We wish everyone the very best for a happy and safe Thanksgiving weekend!
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Smitiuch Injury Law Sep 18
Is the internet down in Etobicoke Bloor Isington area?
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Smitiuch Injury Law Sep 10
Superior Court judge strikes down legislation cutting the size of Toronto city council. Premier to speak at noon on the decision. via
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Michael Smitiuch Sep 4
State Farm Agrees to Pay $250 Million, Avoids Racketeering Trial
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Smitiuch Injury Law Aug 31
We wish everyone a very happy and safe Labour Day Weekend.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Aug 7
A special welcome to our newest articling students, Patrick Myers and Shawn Snider, who will be with our firm for the next 10 months.
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