This proposed class action stems from the fire which broke out on August 21, 2018 at 650 Parliament Street, Toronto.
Approximately 1,500 tenants and residents were displaced from their homes in addition to numerous guests who were present at the property.
The tenants, residents, and visitors to 650 Parliament are now without a place to live, and have lost personal property to the fire, smoke, water, and burglaries which occurred following the fire.
This proposed class action is brought against 650 Parliament Residences Limited A.K.A. 650 Parliament Residences Inc., 650 Parliament (Lhb) Investments Limited, Parwell Investments Inc., Bleeman Holdings Ltd., Wellesley/Parliament Square Limited, and Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited for, amongst other things, breach of contract and negligence.
If you were affected by this fire as a tenant, resident, or visitor to 650 Parliament, you may wish to keep a log of all expenses that you have incurred as result of the fire and any time disruption. Some examples of expenses may include but are not limited to additional mileage on your car necessitated by moving and/or a longer commute, gas expenses, additional time spent commuting, living expenses, lost property expenses, insurance deductibles, and any other out of pocket expenses.
It is important that you maintain any evidence that you have (such as photos and videos) with respect to the condition and contents of your unit prior to and after the fire.
If you are having medical difficulties as a result of the fire, we encourage you to seek appropriate medical attention.
If you want any further information about this class action, please contact the firm via email to: email@example.com.