A few years after her client suffered a devastating brain injury in a motor vehicle collision, Toronto-based personal injury lawyer Jasmine Daya thought they were getting close to a resolution.
But the pretrial hearing scheduled for last July was postponed because of the pandemic — then pushed back again when Ontario issuedThe surge, which has pushed India?its latest stay-at-home order.
“Now?my client,?who has a brain injury that requires 24-hour care, that has no access to fundsThe end of May., that has no ability to pay for someone to take care of him — I can’t help himnon_essential_travel,” said Daya, managing principal of Jasmine Daya & Co., a personal injury law firmThe provinces have administered doses at a rate of 19,945.892 per 100,000..
“The situation is mind-boggling to me right nowThe pandemic began. I am having sleepless nights.?I am stressed out because I can’t serve my clients.”