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Obradovich Law

95 Wellington Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2N7
Canada

Phone(416) 862-0997 or(866) 900-0997
Fax (416) 862-0980

Website www.obradovich.net
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Law Firm Overview

Obradovich Law, located in downtown Toronto, provides professional legal services for individuals who have suffered a legal wrong or injustice and need legal representation to protect their rights. We have extensive litigation experience in serious personal injury claims. The practice is restricted to acting for plaintiffs in cases of permanent, serious disability, impairment, or injury, or death.

The firm has settled thousands of cases. Obradovich Law handles sophisticated and complex litigation, using technology and the most appropriate experts to achieve its clients' goals. Should your case have to go to trial, we welcome actions involving intensive document management and travel across the province for the conduct of trials.

Year this Office was Established: 1981

Languages: English, Russian, Serbian

Areas of Law


Additional Areas of Law: Disability Claims; Insurer Misconduct; Long-Term Disability Claims; Medical Device Litigation; Securities Litigation.


Areas of Law Description

Obradovich Law provides legal representation and services in the following areas of practice:

- Automobile Accidents

We provide advice and representation in respect of both accident benefit claims and third party defendant tort claims arising out of motor vehicle accidents occurring during the current Ontario Insurance Act regime and its 3 predecessors (commonly known as Bill 198, Bill 59, Bill 164 and OMPP). We use a team approach to maximize the accident benefits available to you from your automobile accident insurer including your entitlement to be assessed by qualified medical and other health care providers, and payment of all replacement benefit, caregiver benefit, education benefit, medical and rehabilitation benefit and housekeeping and attendant care benefits.

- Construction Litigation

We are able to provide you with up to date advice and representation in the fields of construction law whether in the prosecution or defense of claims drawn upon years of providing legal services to the Canadian construction industry. The firm’s clients include major Canadian construction and surety bonding companies and subcontractors, their directors and officers. We are able with the effective use of computer software and technology to manage and present complex and document intensive construction litigation. Our services include:

• Advice, negotiation, drafting and interpretation of construction contracts and subcontracts
• Registration of Construction Lien Claims
• Construction lien actions including resolution of priorities, timing issues and sharing of pooled funds
• Breach of construction contract claims including claims for damages due to delay, loss of productivity, non-performance of contractual provisions, warranty claims and product liability claims
• Misappropriation of construction trust funds and holdback claims
• Performance and material and labour payment surety bond claims
• Contractor’s comprehensive general liability insurance claims
• Interpretation of the provisions of the Construction Lien Act

- Insurance Litigation

At Obradovich Law we have the experience and knowledge to assist you in overcoming the obstacles to recovery of the benefits of your insurance policy whether it be a claim for payment of long term disability benefit, sickness benefits or automobile accident benefits, a claim for recovery of property damage or indemnity.

- Long-Term Disability Claims

In evaluating a disability claim, what we need to know and receive is the information and documents relating to:

• the definitions of total and partial (residual) disability
• the total amount of benefits at issue
• the future automatic increases, and cost of living adjustments
• the maximum length of time benefits payable
• the contractual limitations periods

- Medical Device Litigation

If you have been seriously injured or suffer disability as a result of a defective medical device such as: cardiac pacemakers, catheters, contact lenses, dental care products, implanted electrical leads, laser surgical tools, orthopedic implants, orthopedic surgical tools, heart valves, Sulzer hip and/or knee implant devices, joint hip and knee implants from various other manufacturers, Guidant Ancure Enograft devices, temporomandibular implant, TMJ implant, glucose monitor, laser eye surgery, collagen, insulin pump, and stent, then contact us if you wish to explore your legal rights and determine whether you are entitled to advance a claim.

- Medical Malpractice Litigation

A medical malpractice lawsuit should only be brought if you can meet the burden of proving three things: 1) negligence, 2) causation, meaning that the specific negligence caused damages, and 3) that there are substantial damages.

- Personal Injury Litigation

We have been advancing claims arising out of all manner of personal injury, including automobile, motor vehicle and other transportation accidents, medical and dental malpractice, improper maintenance and design of premises, including falls, assault and battery since 1981.

- Pharmaceutical Litigation

Doctors, pharmacists, and pharmaceutical companies can be held liable for personal injuries resulting from the use of these drugs. Manufacturers of drugs and supplements can be held responsible for the sale of defective products. This responsibility is broad and includes the duty to exercise reasonable care in the design and manufacture of a product. The obligation of the manufacturer to make a safe product includes the duty to design, manufacture, inspect, and label a product appropriately. Failure to provide complete information can result in adverse effects not expected by the prescribing physician. Also, health care professionals can be held responsible for the negligent prescription or administration of medication.

- Products Liability

Products liability refers to the liability of any or all parties along the chain of manufacture and supply of any product for damage caused by that product. This includes the manufacturer of component parts, an assembler, the wholesaler, and the retail seller. Products containing inherent defects that cause harm to a consumer of the product, or someone to whom the product was given, are the subjects of products liability suits. Consumer products must also meet the tort that they are reasonably fit for the purpose for which they are sold.

- Securities Litigation

More and more unhappy investors are suing banks, brokerages, and mutual fund companies over losing investments. The types of actions that can be brought against a negligent broker include claims for:

• poor management of funds
• carelessness or giving inappropriate advice
• “churning” the account to generate large commissions without corresponding with the client
• choosing unsuitable investments for the client
• failing to execute client instructions



Affiliations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • Law Society of Upper Canada

Lawyers

Attorney's Picture Mr. Miles Obradovich
Principal Lawyer
Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Mediation

  

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 Conclusions from Urological Medical Malpractice Studies - Canada

An analysis and report of the findings of retrospective academic studies of medical malpractice claims in urology with a focus on the implications for their cause and frequency.

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 Case Study of the Limitation Period Defense in an Ontario Action

In this case report we examine the effect of actual knowledge of a claim, the existence of a medical expert opinion report and the exercise of due diligence on the limitation period defense in a medical malpractice action in an Ontario case.

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