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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 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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Smitiuch Injury Law Aug 3
We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable long weekend, wherever the road takes you.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jul 23
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by the tragic events of Sunday night.
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Precedent Magazine Jul 17
From the A-List // welcomes new associate Caroline Tarjan
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Precedent Magazine Jul 17
From the A-List // welcomes new associate Gurjiwan Brar
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Brampton Guardian Jul 12
‘A nightmare’: Jury finds nursing home negligent in the death of great-grandmother
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Chris Jackson Jul 4
I can't think of a better place to work!
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jul 4
We are hiring two articling students for 2019 – 2020. Interested candidates should submit their CV and law school transcripts to careers@sil.lawyer by July 6, 2018. More details here:
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jul 3
In Coulson v. Sunrise, Justice Tzimas held that Sunrise owed a duty of care to the son of the deceased who suffered nervous shock after viewing horrific neck trauma on his mother's dead body. The jury awarded damages to the son for pain & suffering, loss of income & punitives.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jun 29
After four weeks of trial the jury in the Coulson trial found Sunrise Senior Living negligent and punitive damages were awarded. Sunrise had denied any fault. Total damages awarded were $639K divided between defendants.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jun 29
We wish everyone a happy and safe Canada Day weekend!
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jun 27
Congratulations to Caroline Tarjan and Gurjiwan Brar, who were both called to the Bar yesterday. They are our newest associate lawyers!
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jun 11
We are continuing the fight against overly broad waivers which remove fundamental consumer protections. Our firm is part of the team seeking leave to appeal Schnarr v. Blue Mountain Resorts Ltd. to the Supreme Court of Canada.
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Smitiuch Injury Law Jun 7
Congratulations to Caroline Tarjan and Gurjiwan Brar for successfully completing their articles with our firm. They will both be called to the Bar on June 26th, following which they will embark on their legal careers as associate lawyers at Smitiuch Injury Law.
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Smitiuch Injury Law May 30
The Coulson v. Sunrise trial started today. The case raises important issues regarding elderly care and safety. This article recaps the opening statements from day one.
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OPP West May 18
In a collision, motorcyclists are vulnerable and can sustain severe life-altering trauma. Please and respect all road users this
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