Press Conference Friday April 19 @ 4:30 p.m. at Watkins Law Professional Corporation – 905 Tungsten Street, Thunder Bay, ON
The Watkins Law Professional Corporation announces its intention to commence a $800,000,000.00 concurrent CLASS ACTION against Apotex Inc. the makers of Alysena, birth control
Mr. Watkins, spokesperson for this issue, states:
” Apotex Inc. has failed to protect its consumers from the defect with this important oral contraceptive, “Alysena”.
Thousands of women and family’s have relied upon this product to protect them from “unwanted pregnancy”. This drug has now been subject to a recall, but in it’s wake consumers have been left in emotional shock and turmoil and now face the life altering consequences of this serious product and/or manufacturing defect. Consumers have detrimentally relied upon this product. It is our position, that once aware of the defect the manufacturer did not act with the timeliness required to minimize the potential damages. The Claim has been issued in the Superior Court of Justice in Thunder Bay, Ontario and covers all the residents of the Province. Persons outside of the Province of Ontario are invited to contact our office, Watkins Law Professional Corporation at our website:
www.watkinslawforthepeople.com , to discuss further options with regard to legal proceedings.
Interested parties can express interest on www.watkinslawforthepeople.com
Or contact (807) 345 4455
For further information regarding this release contact Christopher Watkins at our office
Sandy Zaitzeff, Christopher Watkins, and Nancy Erickson of WATKINS LAW PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION are filing a class action lawsuit against the City of Thunder Bay for negligence in the design and maintenance of the city storm, water and sewer systems. The recent heavy rains were a predictable event and should have been designed for and the City failed to maintain the sewage treatment plant and other storm sewer facilities which resulted in extensive damages for many city residents. This class action will cover the insured and uninsured.
If you were affected by the recent flood and would like some advise…and/or would like to join the class action, please contact our office. The following is the information that will be required.
INSURED: YES / NO
IF YES: NAME OF INSURANCE COMPANY:
EXTENT OF LOSS/DAMAGE?
PLEASE TAKE PHOTOS OF DAMAGES TO BASEMENTS…ALSO PHOTOS OF BELONGINGS IN YARDS. PLEASE KEEP ALL INVOICES/RECEIPTS…WE WILL REQUIRE A COPY AS WELL AS A COPY OF YOUR INSURANCE POLICY, if insured.
“OUR FEE GUARANTEE” We do NOT charge a fee unless we settle your case and get you money damages.
Posted: Mar 27, 2012 8:00 AM PT
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2012 8:13 AM PT
Lawyers representing a former Nanaimo, B.C., RCMP officer have filed a class-action lawsuit for alleged sexual harassment against the RCMP.
In the statement of claim filed on Tuesday morning, Janet Merlo alleges she endured 20 years of sexual harassment, sexual pranks, lewd comments and double standards from male supervisors. Read the rest of this entry »
Over 150 officers allege harassment
A proposed class-action lawsuit was filed Tuesday in B.C. against the federal and provincial governments for the alleged harassment and mistreatment of female RCMP officers.
The lawsuit names Janet Merlo of Nanaimo as the representative plaintiff. Read the rest of this entry »
Lawyers are in the final stages of drafting documents to be filed in court as early as next week that are expected to set in motion a class-action lawsuit that threatens to further destabilize one of the most iconic institutions in the country – the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Dryden crash, and the subsequent inquiry by Justice Virgil Moshansky, marked a turning point in Canadian aviation.
On March 10, 1989 Air Ontario Flight 1363 crashed near Dryden, Ontario immediately after take-off due to ice and snow on the wings, causing the death of 21 of 65 passengers and 3 of 4 crew members.
This incident followed hard on the heels of the crash at Gander which killed all 256 passengers and crew on board. The inquiry into the Gander crash was widely criticized as having been mishandled, and the investigating agency, the Canadian Aviation Safety Board (CASB) was subsequently scrapped.
Information provided by Team Independence – Published: 2009-12-19
Following on their world first North Pole summit, “Team Independence” of David Shannon and Christopher Watkins (both individuals living with disabilities) just returned from a world record sky dive outside of New Orleans, La. in Lumberton, Mississippi, in celebration of the United Nations International Day of Disabled Persons.
Two girls aged 14 and 15 face second-degree murder charges in Thunder Bay after a 16-year-old girl’s body was found near a bike path on Sept. 21.
Preliminary autopsy results showed the girl, who has not been identified, died of “multiple blunt-force trauma injuries,” police spokesman Chris Adams said Monday.