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Admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1995
*Wendy Moore Law Professional Corporation
Wendy is a Gold Medalist from the University of Western Ontario and graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 1993. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995. She is a partner at Thomson, Rogers. Her practice is exclusively personal injury and medical malpractice cases, acting on behalf of seriously injured people and their families.
Wendy is a Director of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association (OTLA) and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Justicia Project, the Advocates’ Society and the Metropolitan Toronto Lawyers Association.
Wendy has lectured for The Canadian Institute, The Neurological Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario, The Advocates’ Society, The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and to health care providers in both the hospital setting and at academic conferences. Wendy is published in the 2010 Annual Review of Civil Litigation. She has been identified as a leading practitioner in the area of personal injury law by LEXPERT®. She also has the honour of having been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in Canada® 2013 in the field of personal injury litigation.
Wendy and her husband, Sloan Mandel (also a Partner at Thomson, Rogers) are proud parents of their three children.
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Western Ontario (1990), Gold Medalist
- Bachelor of Laws, Queen's University (1993)
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
Professional Activities and Affiliations
- Director of The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA)
- The Advocates’ Society
- The Law Society of Upper Canada's Justicia Project
- The Metropolitan Toronto Lawyers Association
- The Advocates’ Society - Guest Lecturer
- The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association - Annual Lectures
- The Canadian Institute Legal Education Seminars - Guest Lecturer
- The Neurological Rehabilitation Institute - Guest Lecturer
Lecturer to healthcare providers in hospitals and at academic conferences
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, Personal injury advertising in Canada, published on AdvocateDaily.com, February 15, 2013.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, The rise of personal injury advertising in Canada, published in The Lawyers Weekly, February 1, 2013.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, David Tenszen, and Sloan H. Mandel, How the Treatment, Care and Reports You Provide to Your Patients is Presented and Challenged When the Case Goes to a Trial, presented at St. John's Rehab Hosptial on March 7, 2012.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, Knowing Vital Future Care Cases, presented at the Advocates' Society's Annual Tricks of the Trade Conference, January, 2012.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, Understanding Neuropsychological Assessments, presented at the Back to School with Thomson, Rogers - Catastrophic Brain Impairment: Children, Young Adults and their Families (Rehabilitation Strategies) conference on September 8, 2011.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, The Admissibility of Criminal Convictions in Civil Trials, published in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation, 2010.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, What You Need to Know If You Have Been Injured in a Car Accident and What to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer, published in Toronto Life's Legal Resource Guide, November, 2010 edition.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, The Transition of Patients from Hospital to Home under the Post September 1st SABS and Co-ordination of Treatment under the New SABS, presented at the Back-to-School II with Thomson, Rogers conference on September 30, 2010.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, Conference Chair: 2009 Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall Conference, Mea Culpa: Lessons Lived and Learned, October 29 & 30, 2009.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, The Matching Principle Revisited: Deducting Apples from Oranges, presented at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association 2008 Fall Conference, October 30, 2008.
Wendy M. Moore Mandel, David F. MacDonald, Insurer-Funded Medical, Rehabilitation and Attendant Care Services for Brain Injury Survivors while in Hospital, presented at Hamilton Health Sciences Centre on March 3, 2008.
I am writing to you to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have given Dylan and my family more than just some money for his future…you gave me a chance to finally put this behind us once and for all.
I have been angry for quite some time for what happened to Dylan – even though he healed and believe me I was thankful for that; but, I was not able to get over the feelings of no accountability for the trials we had to overcome.
Now, with your help, I can put this awful ordeal away. I am truly grateful for what you have done. You have done what most lawyers did not care to do; you got restitution for his injury.
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