Daniel Klein Featured In Law Times Article “Virtual Trials Offer Home-Court Advantage”

Posted December 20, 2021
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Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Daniel Klein was recently featured in a Law Times article titled “Virtual trials offer home-court advantage.

“Once you do one virtual trial, you realize it’s actually the preferred way of doing things,” Klein says. “What people worry about doesn’t come into play — there’s not much lost by doing it virtually, and I was impressed by the tremendous efficiencies. I think virtual trials should remain an option, and many other lawyers think so too.”

Klein continued:

“At any given time, there were about 30 participants online, with 20-25 of those observers, whereas in a courtroom in a normal trial you may have only had 0-5 people in the audience. Watching trials virtually is so easy and something lawyers should be doing if they’re looking to get trial experience.”

Continue reading the full article on Law Times here.

Daniel Klein is a personal injury lawyer. His practice is devoted to personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents, slip or trip and falls, accident benefits, tavern/commercial host liability and dog bite claims. His practice revolves around understanding the personal needs of his clients and diligently advocating on their behalf. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Justice, the License Appeal Tribunal and other tribunals

Daniel can be reached at 416-868-3240 or by EMAIL

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