About

On May 1st, 2007, The Law Society of Upper Canada became responsible for regulating the paralegal profession, as a result of amendments to the Law Society Act brought about by Bill 14.

News: Due to recent amendments within the Law Society of Upper Canada anyone representing workers before the WSIB and WSIAT Tribunals is now required to be licensed and registered with The Law Society of Upper Canada.

We are proud to announce that our claims expert is now licensed Under The Law Society of Upper Canada as of May 1st 2008.

Prospective clients can now confirm our status by clicking on this link: Law Society Of Upper Canada and typing in the Paralegal or Lawyers name you are looking for.

Prior to acquiring my licensing from the Law Society of Upper Canada, I worked as a legal process server in Toronto. This allowed me to develop healthy relationships with many law firms accross Toronto and Ontario.

We have over 20 years of experience as an Ontario Labour & Employment Lawyer in the field of WCB/WSIB/CPP and ODSP claims for injured workers. And has extensive experience in the field of labour relations, Human Rights and Compensation policies. Having worked with the largest unions in Canada and have trained both Union and management reps in this field. He has been dealing with the OLRB and OHRC and WCB/WSIB since 1980 and has spoken at many conferences in regards to workers rights in Ontario and Canada.

We believe our experience and commitment to helping injured workers receive a “Fair Shake” from the WSIB is important to you. Not only do we handle cases for injured workers but we are in constant contact with MP’s and the labour movement throughout the province trying to effect changes to the system to better assist our clients in the future.

These are only a few reasons why local, provincial, national and International Labour Unions have hired us to train their own union representatives so as to better handle their members WCB/WSIB claims. In fact many unions continue to hire our firm to represent and resolve their member’s more difficult injured worker's claims and appeals.