Our Team

Caroline Meyer

519.279.0320 x 304
[email protected]

Clerk/Assistant: Krystle de Graaf
519.279.0320 x 310
[email protected]

The great granddaughter of a distinguished Haitian lawmaker, Caroline decided to become an insurance defence lawyer. Leaving her hometown of Montreal, she lived in Texas and actually spent time on Death Row. She escaped and lived in Australia and Italy, where she learned how to bake a mean lasagna (in Italy, not Australia). 

Now a resident of Waterloo, Caroline cooks up opinions on injury claims, drawing from experiences working at a prominent Toronto plaintiff personal injury law firm. She knows how plaintiff lawyers think, making her a big hit at social events.

Primary Practice Areas
  • Auto Insurance
  • Premises Liability
  • Fraud and Misrepresentation
Professional Achievements and Leadership
  • Canadian Risk Management (CRM) Designation, 2013
Notable Matters
  • Lomoro v. Allstate (2017), Licence Appeal Tribunal (decision pending)
  • Samad v. North Waterloo Farmers Mutual (2016), FSCO Arbitration
  • Clarkson v. Economical Mutual Insurance Co. (2015), FSCO Arbitration
  • Nguyen v. Federation Insurance Co. of Canada (2014), FSCO Arbitration
  • Dinnall v. Economical Mutual Insurance Co. (2014), FSCO Arbitration
  • Morsi v. Fermar Paving Limited (2011), Court of Appeal 
  • Morsi et al. v. Fermar Paving et al. (2010), Superior Court
Thought Leadership

Presentations in 2017

  • Client Seminar – Investigations of motor vehicle accidents, Presenter
  • Client Seminar – Licence Appeal Tribunal Case Law Update, Presenter
  • Client Seminar – Occupiers’ Liability caselaw update, Presenter
  • Client Seminar – Examinations under Oath, Presenter
Professional Memberships
  • Member, Global Risk Management Institute
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Defence Lawyers’ Association
  • Member, Kitchener-Waterloo Insurance Adjusters’ Association
Bar Admissions & Education
  • Ontario Bar, 2009
  • LL.B., University of Toronto, 2006
  • Master’s in Criminology, University of Toronto, 2006

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