Lawson Hennick

Lawson Hennick

Lawson is the creator of LawBubble.com, an online blog exploring legal issues, trends, and developments.

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from York University, and then attended University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law graduating with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 2009 before being called to the Ontario Bar in 2010.

Lawson articled with a boutique litigation firm where he gained experience in a variety of practice areas including representing Indian Residential School survivors to obtain compensation through the Independent Assessment Process for sexual and physical harms suffered.

Since his call to the bar, Lawson has devoted his legal practice exclusively to the area of personal injury law before joining Jewel Radimisis Jorge LLP where he regularly acts for clients on injury claims including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, product liability and dog bite cases. He regularly appears before the Superior Court of Justice and has also appeared before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO).

You can reach Lawson by email at lhennick@jrjlaw.com .

A Primer on Constructive Dismissal: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

Constructive dismissal occurs when an employee quits their job in response to an employer’s fundamental breach of an employment agreement. In doing so, the employee treats the employment contract at an end.

Commercial Host Liability: Would You Like a Cab With That?

Commercial establishments in the business of serving alcohol must be aware of the legal responsibilities expected of them towards their patrons under the eyes of the law.

The “No Crash, No Cash” Rule on Public Transit Vehicles

Since May 10, 2011, Ontario riders on public transit vehicles who sustain injuries can no longer pursue accident benefits if the public transit vehicle they were riding in “did not collide with another automobile or any other object in the incident” as stipulated by section 268(1.1) of the Insurance Act R.S.O. 1990, c. I.8.

When it comes to motorcyclists, it’s a David v. Goliath world out there

When it comes to professional fighting, fighters in the ring are separated by weight class, which only seems fair. Yet, when it comes to Ontario’s roads, there’s no such separation between vehicles. Unfortunately, for motorcyclists in particular, this poses inherent risk when sharing road space with other vehicles ranging from cars to 18-wheelers.

Assessing Credibility in a World of Surveillance

In the course of an auto claim, claimants will often be required to visit a host of treating doctors and assessors over different points in time. Often times, these doctors and assessors will generate notes, records or reports that may be used as evidence later in the case. While it may not seem crucial at the time, what is or isn’t reported to a doctor …

Making Sense of Your LTD Coverage

Frustrated by confusing LTD coverage, a man throws papers into the air

With life being as hectic as it is, it is just too easy to turn our minds from what appears to be the least-pressing issues at the moment. These issues may seem to include the fine print in your long-term disability policy. However, in the event that you become disabled, these mundane details can mean absolutely everything to you and your family. It is important …