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ALF KWINTER ADMITTED TO AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TRIAL LAWYERS

Toronto, Ontario – Alf Kwinter has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. The induction ceremony at which Alf became a Fellow took place recently before an audience of 850 persons during the Induction Ceremony at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the College in New Orleans, Louisiana. The meeting had a total attendance of 1,020. Founded in 1950, the College is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States and Canada. Fellowship in the [...]

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Case Summaries – August 19, 2018

Singer Kwinter’s Nga Dang highlights important facts and outcomes in the Ontario Courts. Case summary originally distributed in OTLA August 19, 2018 newsletter. Adatia v. Cassar, 2018 ONSC 4321 (CanLII) This is a motion for summary judgment by the Defendant on liability in an action arising from a motor vehicle collision – the Court provides useful comments for cross-examinations on affidavits filed supporting the motion.   Date Heard: June 7, 2018 | Full Decision [PDF] The Defendant brings this motion for summary judgment, asking the Court to determine the issue of liability in his favour [...]

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Case Summaries – July 1, 2018

Singer Kwinter’s Nga Dang highlights important facts and outcomes in the Ontario Courts. Case summary originally distributed in OTLA July 1st, 2018 newsletter. Ontario (Finance) v. Traders General Insurance (Aviva Traders), 2018 ONCA 565 (CanLII) The Court of Appeal determines whether the insurer properly terminated the policy of insurance on the vehicle at issue where the owner of the vehicle is not the named insured under the policy. Date Heard: November 9, 2017 | Full Decision [PDF] This action arose out of a catastrophic accident involving a vehicle owned by Peter Leonard. [...]

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Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Case Summaries – July 1, 2018

Singer Kwinter’s Nga Dang highlights important facts and outcomes in the Ontario Courts. Case summary originally distributed in OTLA July 1, 2018 newsletter. Ontario (Finance) v. Traders General Insurance (Aviva Traders), 2018 ONCA 565 (CanLII) The Court of Appeal determines whether the insurer properly terminated the policy of insurance on the vehicle at issue where the owner of the vehicle is not the named insured under the policy.   Date Heard: November 9, 2017 | Full Decision [PDF] This action arose out of a catastrophic accident involving a vehicle owned by Peter Leonard. The driver, [...]

GETTING LEGAL: Children and Cycling in Toronto

Cycling on the roadway, in and of itself, is an activity that brings about a higher risk of serious injury because cyclists are not protected by a car’s exterior like motorists are. Young children are even more vulnerable while riding bicycles on the roadway because they are smaller and harder to see. Therefore, it is critical that parents and guardians review roadway laws and safety measures with their young children regularly to avoid unfortunate accidents and injury. Children must obey the applicable traffic laws anytime they ride on the roadway [...]

Why you should hire an OTLA Lawyer?

Jason Singer is on the OTLA Board of Directors. His blog was originally distributed in the March 28, 2018 edition of the OTLA newsletter. "Trying to decide which lawyer to hire to help you and your family following a car accident or other personal injury claim?  There are many excellent questions and considerations that should go into making this important decision.  Experience, reputation, price and comfort will likely be part of that decision-making process.  But another important question to ask is whether your prospective lawyer is a member of the Ontario [...]

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Case Summaries – February 4, 2018

Singer Kwinter’s Nga Dang highlights important facts and outcomes in the Ontario Courts. Case summary originally distributed in OTLA February 4th, 2018 newsletter. Liu v. The Personal Insurance Company et al, 2018 ONSC 324 (CanLII) This is a motion to withdraw an admission made during oral submissions at a previous summary judgment motion and to amend certain paragraphs of that summary judgment decision. Date Heard: December 8, 2017 | Full Decision [PDF] In June 2017, Sutherland J. heard a summary judgment motion brought by The Personal, the Plaintiff’s motor vehicle insurer, for a declaration that [...]

THREE SINGER KWINTER LAWYERS NAMED TO 2017 CANADIAN LEGAL LEXPERT® DIRECTORY

Once again, Singer Kwinter is proud to announce that three of our lawyers have been selected by their peers for ranking in the 2017 Lexpert® Directory as leading legal practitioners in Canada – Alf Kwinter, Jason Katz and Jason Singer. Congratulations to Alf, Jason and Jason for their hard work and this prestigious recognition in the Canadian legal community.

Singer Kwinter Named to Canadian Lawyer Top 10 List for 2017-2018!

THANKS AGAIN! Named by Canadian Lawyer Magazine as a Top Personal Injury Boutique Law Firm in Canada since 2011, we are proud that our dedication to helping individuals and their families rebuild their lives has once again earned us a position on the 2017-2018 Top 10 List! We are honoured to be a Top 10 Law Firm in Canada and thank you for your continued trust and recognition as a national leader in personal injury law.  

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