Heather Colman

Heather Colman is an associate lawyer at Greg Monforton and Partners in Windsor, Ontario practicing exclusively in plaintiff-side personal injury litigation. She has a B.A. (Honours) and J.D. from the University of Windsor and is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

The Effect of Excluded Driver Endorsements

In certain circumstances, an insurance company or a person insured under a motor vehicle policy may request the execution of an Excluded Driver Endorsement, also known as the “Ontario Policy Change Form 28A” or “OPCF 28A” in Ontario…

Parental Liability: When Can a Parent be Found Negligent for their Child’s Injuries?

When children get injured and bring a lawsuit, their parent can often be named as a defendant on the basis that the parent failed to properly supervise the child. The parent can be sued by the injured child directly, or named as a defendant in a counterclaim or third party claim…

Liability Waivers: Can You Still Sue?

Many companies require their patrons to sign a liability waiver before they can partake in the proffered activity. By signing a liability waiver, you are agreeing to give up your right to sue should you be injured during the activity. If you are injured during the activity, there are certain circumstances in which the courts have found waivers unenforceable…

Driving Without a License: Can I Still Sue?

Imagine you are on an afternoon drive. You are obeying the rules of the road and driving in a safe and prudent manner. Suddenly, another vehicle comes along, blows through a clearly-marked stop sign and smashes into your vehicle. You are now injured and faced with a lifetime of pain through no fault of your own. Your first thought is to sue the at-fault driver. However, there is just one problem: you didn’t have a valid driver’s license at the time of the crash.