Millars Law Fights Discrimination Against Medical Marijuana Users
Press Release: Source Millars Law
LONDON, ON, June 1, 2016 /CNW/ - In light of recent cases of discrimination against Medical Marijuana patients, Millars Law offers representation to all Ontario Medical Marijuana patients who risk the loss or suspension of their Driver's License and/or work related discrimination.
Millars Law recently settled the case of a young taxi driver licensed to use Medical Marijuana for pain issues whose Driver's License was suspended by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) despite only using Medical Marijuana to fall asleep at night. The MTO agreed to reinstate the taxi driver's license after the commencement of a human rights tribunal application. Retribution for lost wages will still be sought.
Millars Law believes that the majority of licensed Medical Marijuana users are responsible, law abiding citizens. Therefore, we are pleased to offer our extensive experience in Personal Injury and Criminal Defence to any Medical Marijuana user who has lost their Driver's License and/or endured discrimination in the workplace as a result of their Medical Marijuana use.
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