Practice Highlights

Lucy is a personal injury and class action lawyer at Thomson, Rogers. Her practice involves helping people who have been seriously injured in motor vehicle collisions, slip/trip and fall accidents, assault and battery, as well as medical device and product liability claims. In addition, Lucy’s class action practice involves claims of negligent misrepresentation, breach of the Consumer Protection Act, nonconsensual acts, in addition to personal injury claims.

Lucy regularly attends Examinations for Discovery and Mediations on behalf of her clients, as well as appears before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. She advocates to ensure that her clients and their families have access to the medical and rehabilitation treatment they need under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (the no-fault benefits regime for victims of motor vehicle accidents). Lucy also has experience assisting her clients with their claims for Long Term Disability and Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits. In the course of her legal practice, Lucy works with private and community treatment providers throughout Ontario.

Lucy is also a Member of the Board of Directors of the Community Head Injury Resource Services (CHIRS) in Toronto, Ontario.

Prior to joining Thomson, Rogers as an associate, Lucy articled with the firm. While at law school, Lucy completed a semester at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic, advocating on behalf of low-income clients at various courts in Nova Scotia. She also worked as a legal research intern at the Centre for Law and Democracy, an international human rights organization, and assisted clients locally at the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia and the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia. In recognition of her academic merit and community service, Lucy received the Schulich Scholarship in Law and the Clifford Rae Achievement Award.

Outside of work, Lucy enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to live music, and watching any and all Toronto sporting events.


  • Juris Doctor, Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law (2017)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), McGill University (2013)

Professional Accreditations and Affiliations

  • Member: Ontario Bar Association
  • Member: FAIR (Fair Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform)
  • Board Member: Community Head Injury Resource Services, 2019 to present
  • Member: The Advocates’ Society
  • Member: Toronto Lawyers Association
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  • Class Action Against Belleville Orthodontist, Dr. Garry Solomon

    We are pleased to announce that pursuant to the Order of Justice Mew, the settlement of this class action was approved on May 8, 2020. Read more here.

  • Goyal v. Niagara College

    In this class action, allegations were made against Niagara College for allegedly misleading potential students about the merits of one of their programs. A settlement of this class action was approved on February 6, 2020 by The Honourable Justice Perell’s Reasons for Decision – Goyal v. Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology can be found here.

  • H. R. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

    In this Social Security Tribunal decision, the Tribunal member concluded that the Claimant is entitled to a Canada Pension Plan (CPP) disability pension. As a result of her medical condition, the Claimant has been unable to return to her job at a major Canadian law firm since 2014, yet her application for the CPP disability pension was initially denied by the Minister of Employment and Social Development. The Claimant appealed the denial to the Social Security Tribunal and the Tribunal member found that as a result of her medical condition, the Claimant has a severe and prolonged disability and is therefore entitled to the CPP disability pension.

    Social Security Tribunal Decision:  H. R. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

  • Lucy Jackson Discusses How Cell Phones Could Weaken Personal Injury Claims In Law Times

    Lucy Jackson in Law Times | by David Kitai | April 2, 2020

    On April 2, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyer Lucy Jackson discussed “How cell phones could weaken personal injury claims” with David Kitai of the Law Times. Lucy explained that pedestrians who are distracted by their phones are subject to the “reverse onus” in Ontario, where the driver needs to prove they were driving with due care … Continued
  • Can Distracted Walking Hurt Your Case?

    By Lucy Jackson

    Can “distracted walking” hurt your case? We have all experienced walking on the sidewalk and being stuck behind a “slow walker” or unexpectedly being bumped into by someone with their head down and eyes glued to their phone screen. Although this can be a mere inconvenience for some pedestrians, what does it mean for pedestrian … Continued
  • Thomson Rogers at the WLAO 100th Anniversary Gala

    Thomson Rogers at the WLAO 100th Anniversary Gala sponsoring 100 years of being an active voice for women in the profession.
  • 2019 Halloween Bash in Support of SickKids Trauma Program

    On Friday, October 25, 2019, don’t miss out on the Third Annual Halloween Bash in support of the SickKids Trauma Program! The event is being held at the Goshgarian Studio on 213 Sterling Rd, Toronto. Thomson Rogers lawyers who will be out and in costume in support of a great cause will be Stacey Stevens, Lucy … Continued
  • Thomson Rogers Welcomes Two New Associates

    We are pleased to announce that Thomson Rogers welcomes Lucy Jackson and Monica Poremba as associate lawyers with the firm. Lucy Jackson has joined our personal injury advocacy group. She will be working primarily with partner Darcy Merkur. Monica Poremba has joined our municipal and planning group. She will be working mostly with partners Jeff … Continued