Veronica Marson specializes in personal injury and insurance law. She holds an Honours B.A. specialist degree in International Development from the University of Toronto and a J.D. from Queen’s University Law School. Her practice is centred on assisting those who have sustained personal injuries or find themselves involved in a compensation dispute with an insurance company.
She was awarded the Dean’s Counsel Diversity Award throughout law school for her work with organizations such as the Correctional Law Project, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in New York City, and the Illinois Migrant Legal Assistance Project in Chicago. Prior to law school, she worked in grassroots development projects throughout Latin America. She has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal, and other tribunals. She is fluent in Spanish and conversant in French and Brazilian Portuguese. She has previously volunteered as a Junior Board Member of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario and as a regular contributor to the case summaries’ newsletter of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. She currently acts as the president of the Canadian Hispanic Bar Association as a member of the ABA’s Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities.
Veronica Marson joined the Singer Kwinter team in January 2013. She is the epitome of what our firm values most in a team member: someone who is a strong lawyer, but also someone who cares about people and making a difference in her community. Veronica demonstrated this during her time at Queens University Law School where, three years in a row, she received the Dean’s Counsel Diversity Award in recognition of her community work.
Veronica is fluent in Spanish and is happy to provide her legal services in the language most comfortable to you and your family.
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Veronica has many hobbies and interests. Having lived in different parts of Latin America, she has a passion for Latin dancing. While in Ecuador, she once climbed an actual volcano. Veronica plays various instruments and used to sing in a female barbershop octet.