Winner of TR Leafs Tickets from ABI Conference

Thomson, Rogers was a proud sponsor of the annual Acquired Brain Injury Provincial Conference which took place from November 13 – 15, 2013 in Niagara Falls.

We held a draw for Toronto Maple Leafs tickets.

We are pleased to announce the winner is Shelby Banas! Congratulations Shelby.

ABI Conference Leafs Tickets Draw 2013

Passion for righting wrongs runs deep

It was a Grade 5 incident that ignited Stacey Stevens’ desire to become a lawyer.

“One of my friends got into trouble for something she didn’t do and I just felt this urge that I needed to take up the cause and defend her,” she tells

Today, Stevens is still passionate about righting wrongs. But, although she knew what her calling was at a very young age, it...


ABI Conference - November 13 - 15

We will be at the Ontario Brain Injury Association's Annual Acquired Brain Injury Conference November 13 - 15 in Niagara Falls.

Stop by our booth and say hi for a chance to win Toronto Maple Leafs tickets.

Click here for more information.

CHIRS Survivor Video

Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS) is a registered not-for-profit charitable organization. CHIRS is a community-based brain injury rehabilitation program.

The video below was done by the CHIRS drama group, the song was written by the clients and sung by a client. 

We hope you enjoy this inspirational video.


Give a Day 2013

Thomson, Rogers has been a proud supporter of Give a Day since 2007 and we are pleased to continue our support through 2013.

Give a Day challenges each Canadian, particularly those in the medical and legal communities, to recognize World AIDS Day by giving one day’s pay to the fight against HIV. Give a Day runs workplace and community campaigns in Canada encouraging donations to two worthy recipient organizations – the Stephen Lewis Foundation and Dignitas International. The money...


Civil suit filed in teen bus crash case

The family of a girl struck by a bus in 2011 – represented by Toronto personal injury lawyer Stacey L. Stevens – has filed a $17-million civil lawsuit against the bus driver, Grand River Transit, the City of Kitchener and the Waterloo Region, CTV reports.


PIA Practical Strategies 2013 Special Donation to St. Michael’s Hospital – Orthopedic Research

This past summer the firms of the Personal Injury Alliance co-sponsored Practical Strategies - A one day conference for Health Care Providers – Catastrophic Impairment: A Look into the Future. The conference was designed to increase awareness and understanding of SCI and provide an update on assessment and treatment strategies. Oatley, Vigmond, Thomson Rogers and McLeish Orlando made a special donation of $11,950 to St. Michael’s Hospital – Orthopedic Research Team to help their...


Great News from NepalAbility

On October 3, 2013, Thomson Rogers donated their office space to NepalAbility to host a fundraising event to send health care workers to Nepal to help improve the treatment of people living with disability.

NepalAbility his happy to report that the event was a great success and raised $8,467.89!

NepalAbility has sent their 13th team to Nepal and they can now commit to another year of support for the NeuroRehab arm of the Rehab Strategy in Tansen Mission Hospital.