Caroline’s insurance law practice focuses on bodily injury litigation, including general negligence/liability claims, motor vehicle accidents, occupiers’ liability, as well as the defence of claims made pursuant to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule.
Caroline has built upon her background in criminal law, including the defence of death penalty cases in Texas, to include the investigation and defence of suspected fraudulent insurance claims. She has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal, as well as administrative tribunals including the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, FSCO/ADR and the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
Caroline previously spent several years as a plaintiff personal injury lawyer, at Thomson Rogers; Caroline knows how plaintiff lawyers think. Caroline has also worked in management consulting and class action claims funding. She employs her business background in her current practice to achieve cost-effective and efficient results for her clients.