Having never needed a personal injury lawyer before, I was very thankful I found Lerners to handle my case. I was injured in a motorcycle accident. From the very first enquiry to the ultimate goal of settling my claim, Lerners represented me well. The team at Lerners who I dealt with were very professional, put […]
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Excited to be Named a Faculty Chair Over the last two decades, York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School’s Professional Development program has helped 50,000 law practicing professionals further develop and fine tune their understanding and practice of the law. In a rapidly changing landscape, Osgoode Professional Development focuses on helping lawyers meet the challenges of […]
“I became an incomplete quadriplegic, as a result of a diving accident I suffered back in 1999. I really never thought I had a chance of recovering any type of compensation. One of my friends suggested that I talk to a lawyer and seek advice about my options anyway. After speaking with Brian Grant at […]
“I suffered very serious broken legs and ankles as a result of a head on collision on September 19, 2000. My family and I were very worried about what the future might hold and we wanted to make sure I received fair compensation for my injuries. I knew the injuries would prevent me from working […]
“I had been interviewing lawyers for my personal injury case for several months and was having difficulty selecting one as there seemed to be something amiss with each…from the shark who I felt I couldn’t trust to the pussy cat who I knew wasn’t strong enough to represent me. I met with Brian and was […]
Brian Grant is a skills instructor at Osgoode Hall Law School’s 36th Annual Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop being held July 5-July 11, 2015. This program provides a hands-on opportunity to develop and practice essential trial skills.
International Women’s Day: Inside one of Canada’s first law firms to achieve gender parity When Janet Stewart became the first female lawyer at Lerners LLP in 1969, the men there barely give her the time of day… Read National Post Article
At long last, the personal injury bar has received a trial decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice interpreting and analyzing the minimum maintenance standards applicable in winter road maintenance cases.