Personal Injury and Elder Law: Practice, Policy and Procedure
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Canada's population is aging with baby boomers enjoying longer life expectancies. As this demographic grows, the legal issues surrounding elders and personal injury are evolving and expanding. Join our learned faculty as they address personal injury claims involving elders and elder care homes. Stay ahead of the curve in this specialized field by understanding the role of the coroner, the Wettlaufer Inquiry, litigation trends, and key cases from experienced counsel. Round out your knowledge by using the debriefing period to have your critical questions answered.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Maia Bent, Lerners LLP
Kimberly Ann Whaley, Wel Partners Professional Corporation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Working With the Coroner When an Elderly Person Dies
Dr. Dirk Huyer, Chief Coroner for Ontario

10 Lessons Learned from the Gillese Inquiry into Long-Term Care Homes in Ontario
Jane Meadus, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

Litigating Elder Nursing Home Cases
Amani Oakley, Oakley & Oakley

Maximizing Damages In Death Or Injury Cases Involving the Elderly
Michael Smitiuch, Smitiuch Injury Law PC

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