Theodore J. Madison

Partner | London

519.931.3524

Portrait of Theodore J.  Madison

Ted Madison’s practice started with general litigation and evolved primarily into insurance defence and plaintiff’s personal injury work.

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Ted Madison appointed Dispute Resolution Office for Ontario Superior Court of Justice

Ted Madison was appointed a Dispute Resolution Officer for the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Family Court), London, on November 10, 2015 by Thomas Heeney, Regional Senior Justice for the Southwest Region, pursuant to Rule 17(9) of the Family Law...

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Theodore Madison receives 2011 Ontario Volunteer Service Awards for his involvement with the Salvation Army for Correctional and Justice Services Community Council over the past 10 years.

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Ted Madison speaks on personal injury damages

Ted Madison presents to students at the Western University Law School on the topic of “Assessment of Damages in Personal Injury Cases”.

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Ted Madison presents on the panel at the Middlesex Law Association’s 7th Annual Personal Injury Conference on the topic of Tort Damages.

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Ontario Mutual Insurers’ Association: Annual Workshop

Miller Thomson’s Southwestern Ontario Insurance Group presents their Annual Workshop at the Ontario Mutual Insurers’ Association facility. The lawyers presenting are:  Pat Forte, Randy Carter, Helen Friedman, Lori Sprott, Kate Waterston, Tim McGurrin, Gord Robson and Ted Madison.

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Social Host Liability Redux

Pat Forte and Ted Madison speak at an OMIA seminar on the topic “Social Host Liability Redux.”

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Sidewalks, Driveway Aprons & Pedestrians

You have all been faced with the situation as to who is responsible for maintenance of sidewalks adjacent to an insured’s property and the portion of the driveway that is beyond the sidewalk adjacent to the municipality’s roadway. The caselaw ...

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Does the Failure to Equip a Vehicle with Winter Tires Equate to Negligence?

Evidence now clearly shows that winter tires are superior to all other types of tires in winter driving conditions.[1] Winter tires maintain elasticity at low temperatures allowing for better vehicle control in both braking and turning ability.[2] Despite compelling scientific...

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Destruction of Evidence

The destruction of evidence, either intentional or through negligence, impedes the ability of the trier of fact to find the truth and reach a just determination of the issues. The destruction of evidence during ongoing or contemplated litigation, intentional or...

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The Latest on Rule 49 Offers to Settle

Facts: 11 months before trial, a defendant makes an offer to settle. On the eve of trial, the plaintiff accepts the offer. The offer includes as a term, “costs to be agreed upon or assessed.” After acceptance of the offer,...

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