Morse|Shannon not only stands out in the field of personal injury litigation because of the dedication that we show to our clients, but also as a result of the actions we demonstrate towards building safer communities to help prevent accidents and injuries. We consistently support charitable events in the communities in which we works - both financially and with our personal time.

Some examples of Morse|Shannon’s ongoing efforts to give back to the groups that are part of our professional life are:

On Sunday, September 21, 2014, the Morse|Shannon team, led by Michael Shannon, participated in the 2014 Wheelchair Relay Challenge at Monarch Park Stadium in Toronto to help raise funds in support of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario and those living with spinal cord injuries.

The team was provided with a wheelchair and each team member had to wheel a lap around a designated track. It’s a real eye opener for participants as this relay emphasizes the skills needed for wheelchair use and a better understanding of issues and challenges that those confined to wheelchairs face in their daily lives.

In Ontario, at least one person sustains a spinal cord injury every day. Thanks to funds raised through the Wheelchair Relay Challenge, SCI Ontario is able to provide much needed customized programs, services, and support for people living with spinal cord injuries.

Thanks again to Dylan Crosby, Orlando De Ocampo, Patricia Kovacs, Hollie Nicol, Sally Powell, Michael Shannon and David Trafford for a great day and supporting this important cause.
On September 22, 2013, members of the Morse|Shannon LLP team, raised money and participated in the Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Annual Wheelchair Relay. The race raises funds for people with spinal cord injuries. In Ontario, at least one person sustains a spinal cord injury every day.
Michael Shannon of Morse|Shannon made a generous donation to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Sunnybrook has the largest trauma centre in Canada and is one of two major trauma centres in Toronto.

Recently Michael Shannon was very honoured to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony that officially opened 2 rooms he generously donated to the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute in support of their Neuro Rehab Program.

Two hundred students from Kindergarten to Grade 2 at Nelson Mandela Park Public School in Regent Park were fitted with new bike helmets donated by Michael Shannon, who specializes in assisting the victims of accidents. The students received a bike safety workshop, were fitted with new helmets and then posed for a huge group photo.


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