As a Personal Injury lawyer, I provide practical solutions to often personal and difficult problems. I help those made vulnerable through collisions, falls and other acts of negligence obtain the legal funding they require to direct the treatment they need. No amount of money will bring your health back, however access to topnotch medical care, required treatment modalities and personal supports helps individuals regain their life and dignity. This would include those placed on a new path after a traumatic brain injury.
I work hard to simplify and streamline an often complex and overwhelming process, looking to empower individuals to craft their own best solution. I ensure that clients understand the legal system, how it can help them and negotiate the compensation they deserve. This often includes not only the at-fault party, but also frequently access to your own insurance and disability benefits that may be available.
In my spare time, I am involved in several organizations near and dear to my heart, including SARI Therapeutic Riding and Spinal Cord Injury Ontario. I have taught at the Western University Faculty of Law, in the Law Clerk and Paralegal Programs at Fanshawe College and have presented at many conferences on how the legal system can help. As an avid equestrian, I have a personal interest in concussion research and education, supporting those whose lives have been touched by brain injury and preventing them in the future.