Insurance companies slapped with millions in punitive d …

November 11th, 2014

Luciano Branco, a Canadian citizen, immigrated to Canada from Portugal at age 24. He became a highly qualified welder working throughout Canada, before taking a job at a gold mine in Kyrgyzstan with Cameco Corporation, a Saskatchewan based mining company. He relocated his family to Portugal and was later transferred from Cameco to its subsidiary […]



February 2nd, 2012

The Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Kusnierz v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company confirmed that psychological impairments should be combined with physical impairments to determine whether a car accident victim has suffered a catastrophic impairment.  This is an important decision for all victims of motor vehicle accidents in Ontario, who, according to current motor […]


Pain Clinic Conference

November 21st, 2011

DSF was a proud Platinum Sponsor of Toronto Rehab Pain Conference 2011 which was held on November 18th at the Hyatt Regence Toronto on King. Pain Management across the Continuum: Bridging the Gap from Acute Care to Rehabilitation and into the Community was a main theme and our lawyers: George Frank, David Derfel and David […]


Thin Skulled Plaintiffs may be able to Collect on Chron …

November 14th, 2011

When someone gets injured in an accident, any claim for damages must stem from injuries that resulted from the accident in question. In Heyward v. Young, a Nova Scotia Supreme Court case decided in 2011, the Plaintiff, who was injured after the defendant driver t-boned his car, suffered from severe migraine headaches, and an MRI […]

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