With the pending arrival of autonomous vehicles, are the insurance industry’s days numbered? It would seem that way. Self-driving cars have the potential to save lives and save consumers money in premiums – and experts say the industry must change drastically and be creative with its products to survive. “Anything that makes cars safer is very pro-social and bad for the auto insurance industry,” Warren Buffett told CNBC in May. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns insurance giant Geico. “If there are no accidents, there is no need for insurance.” Read [...]
Jason Katz was interviewed in the November 20th, 2015 The Lawyers Weekly article entitled, "Crossing line prompts judicial critique". To read a copy of the article, click on this link: Crossing line prompts judicial critique - The Lawyers Weekly (November 20, 2015). This article originally appeared on Page 4 of the November 20, 2015 edition of The Lawyers Weekly. Any other use (reprint in a newsletter, for example) requires further permission requests.
Jason Katz and Ari Singer were interviewed by Rogers Cable 10 Live in Brampton on August 5, 2015. The show aired live at 8:00 PM. Jason and Ari responded to important questions regarding the The Highway Traffic Act and it's implications for Ontario drivers.
Jason Katz quoted in Canadian Business – “Insurance could be the biggest roadblock for autonomous cars”
Jason Katz was interviewed in the July 23, 2015 Canadian Business article entitled, “Insurance could be the biggest roadblock for autonomous cars”. Jason speaks to liability and smart cars on today's roads. “Even if the vehicle is doing the majority of the driving, if the human has to step in to prevent an accident and stay focused on the road, then it’ll be the driver who is responsible...Until every car on the road is completely self-driving the human factor would still have to be a part of it and the buck stops [...]
Jason Katz and Nga Dang were feature contributors in the April 20th, 2015 Just Magazine article entitled – “Making Pain Visible: The Shattering Reality of Chronic Pain”. Click here for the full article. Making Pain Visible ,The Shattering Reality of Chronic Pain - Ontario Bar Association JUST Magazine (Jason Katz & Nga Dang, April 20, 2015).
Singer Kwinter was proud to be a sponsor of the 10th Annual Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) & Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) Mix and Mingle celebration. This event took place on June 11, 2014 at Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto. Funds raised from this event afford BIST and OBIA the opportunity to deliver important programs to individuals and families dealing with the effects of brain injury. This year's event raised over $150,000. Please click here to view pictures from this year’s incredible evening.
Singer Kwinter was proud to once again sponsor the 6th Annual W.A.V.E. Empowering Youth Day on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014. Championed by Louise Russo, W.A.V.E. (Working Against Violence Everyday), "The charity continues to encourage young people to change their mindset towards bullying, self-image and disrespect and to make a difference in their own lives...honouring youth who have enhanced the safety of their school or community by organizing activities and programs that focus on the 3R’s: Respect, Responsibility and the Role of leadership." Along with returning emcee Rick Campanelli, co-host of Global’s ET Canada, special [...]
Brainstock 2013: 13th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Event Presented by the Brain Injury Society of Toronto.
In collaboration with National Brain Injury Awareness Month, Singer Kwinter was proud to serve as a Gold Sponsor of this year’s Brainstock event in Nathan Phillips Square. This event is free to the public, offering visitors the chance to pick up literature on brain injury as enjoy a fun afternoon of live music and entertaining games. Please click here to view pictures from this year’s fantastic event.