Highlights

Licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2010 to deliver legal services in the Province of Ontario.

Robert W. Marlow is a graduate of both the Law Clerk and Paralegal Programs at Seneca College – Toronto, Ontario.

In terms of Robert’s Class Action Litigation experience, Robert was an integral part of Thomson, Rogers’ development of the framework for compensation to class members and ultimately the multi-million dollar resolution(s) of the Permax, Mirapex, and Requip national class actions, respectively.

Currently, Robert’s work is focused in the area of Personal Injury Litigation.

Robert is very passionate in assisting with the development and presentation of personal injury claims on behalf of seriously and catastrophically injured accident victims, and their families, with respect to motor vehicle accident litigation against at-fault drivers (tort cases), and motor vehicle insurance contract disputes (statutory accident benefits claims).

While is he outside of the office, Robert’s activities and interests include:

  • Annual Guest Graduate Speaker at Career Day – Seneca College;
  • Active member of OFAH (Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters);
  • Past coach of the Toronto Aeros (GTHL) Juvenile AAA hockey team in 2008-2009; and,
  • Loyal Toronto sports teams fan.

I am dedicated to delivering results for our clients. Here at Thomson, Rogers we possess a positive, tireless attitude which we utilise to advance our clients’ matters in a professional, diligent and cost-effective manner.

 

Testimonials

We were very pleased with the timeliness and efficiency of the handling of our case by personal injury lawyer Stephen Birman of Thomson, Rogers. Our numerous questions were always answered in a prompt, accurate and considered manner. Paralegal services by Robert Marlow were excellent and inspired great confidence in the assiduous management of our affairs. The excellent professional advice and guidance we received from our Thomson, Rogers team lead to an expeditious and agreeable settlement.

Bicycle SUV collision – May 21, 2015

Timothy & Caroline L.