Canadian Lawyer

May 2024

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20 TOP PERSONAL INJURY BOUTIQUES 2024 "The new environment of virtual hear- ings and meetings has considerably reduced practice travel time, and that has given us more opportunity to develop new things that also enhance our clients' experience too," Brown says. Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers A solid track record of successful client outcomes has contributed significantly to the firm's award-winning status. That accomplishment underscores the team's trial experience and depth of legal knowledge and expertise in personal injury, medical malpractice, and mass tort litigation. "We have continued to move matters expeditiously for our clients, advocate for them, including at trial, retain top talent, and achieve exceptional results," explains senior partner Rose Leto. She adds that the firm's mass tort social media litigation on behalf of Ontario school boards is considered significant and could impact future society. With a unique focus on recovery, relation- moving cases forward through the system. "A large number of firms got rid of their accident benefit departments, and that is something we simply would not do," he adds. "We'd be more inclined to increase it because of the quality of service and representation. We're heavily involved in presenting and writing papers and books in the area of personal injury, which increases our knowledge base and keeps us at the forefront of the law." McLeish Orlando has raised the bar for excellence across various areas: • top trial lawyers who achieve consistent results • technology mindset at the cutting edge of innovation • proactive and responsive client communi- cation • active involvement in the legal community, including lobbying government on behalf of accident victims The firm prides itself on its culture and has devised a hybrid work model that represents "the best of both worlds," the partners say. They have created a lounge space to facili- tate meetings and get-togethers to encourage collegiality and the once-informal discussions that occurred frequently face to face. "Our goal is to impact, change, and transform the lives of our clients. They continue to have confidence in us, allowing us to achieve success" Rose Leto, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers NUMBER OF PERSONAL AND SERIOUS INJURIES FROM MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS IN CANADA Source: National Collision Database, Transport Canada 77,933 2021 8,185 78,388 2020 7,868 Personal injury Serious injury SPECIAL REPORT

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