Growing up, Alysia learned the value of hard work in her family’s business and the farm fields of Norfolk County. She applies that value to every one of her personal injury clients’ cases. Alysia has been advocating on behalf of her injured clients for over a decade. She has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the provincial appellate courts, as well as several administrative tribunals that determine entitlement to insurance and disability benefits. Alysia and her team protect and advance the best interests of her clients with integrity and respect.
Alysia’s hard work also extends to the community. She served on the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of London and Region for 7 years, and was the President for 4 of those years. The BIALR provides valuable services to people living with brain injuries, including concussions. Accessible health care is a core value to many Canadians. Alysia believes the hospital is the heart of every community and serves as a Board member for the London Health Sciences Foundation. A mentor of Alysia’s was her grandfather who suffered from Parkinson’s Disease. After moving to London, she became active with the Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario and is now the Vice-Chair of the Board.
When not advocating for her clients and her community, she enjoys playing softball, watching NASCAR, and traveling. She would describe herself as a fashionable foodie and is happy to offer recommendations for hidden gem restaurants.