Nicole Corriero Honoured by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Lofranco Corriero is proud to announce that Partner Nicole Corriero was the recipient of the Martin Wunder, Q.C. Outstanding New Lawyer Award, presented by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. Click here to read more.
Bill 103 and Why it Should Matter to You
On March 8th, 2017, Bill 103 was introduced to the Ontario Legislative Assembly and relates heavily to matters regarding personal injury law and client agreements. The bill makes it increasingly difficult for injured victims to find the help and counsel they need when pursuing an at-fault person. Contingency fee arrangements are commonly used in personal injury law...
The Jury – What You Need to Know
Often times, your personal injury lawyer can settle your case outside of court. However, if the case does make it to trial, most personal injury car accident trials in Ontario proceed with a jury. While hundreds of potential jurors can receive notice in the mail requesting them to show up at court for jury duty, only a handful are selected at random (by ballots) to be jurors. Lawyers of both...
Marshall’s Report – Insurance in Ontario
A new report from the finance ministry written by David Marshall has some eye-opening numbers and recommendations for the auto insurance industry in Ontario. The auto insurance industry in Ontario has been unfair to citizens and victims of car accidents for many years, making it harder and more expensive to receive benefits...
Lawyers in Action: Persofky v Liberty Mutual
In this precedent setting case, Lofranco Corriero lawyer Frank burns represented Molly Persofky against the insurance company Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
Sponsoring Best Buddies Thrill of Ascot Fundraising Event
Best Buddies is an amazing organization that aims to support children with intellectual disadvantages and disabilities throughout the school system. Volunteers join forces with Best Buddies and are paired with a disabled student for the school year. Every week they communicate through various means...
This year, Lofranco Corriero participated in the ping pong charity competition Smashfest for the 4th time in a row, supporting and raising money for concussion and cancer research. The event run by the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and NHL player Dominic Moore, has raised over $500,000 in the past five years of the annual charity ping-pong event being held. Many NHL players...