Anna Stoll

Anna Stoll

Anna is an associate lawyer on the personal injury team of Siskinds LLP. She has had the privilege of working closely with Douglas Bryce, a partner at the firm.

Anna holds a B.A. from the University of British Columbia and a J.D. from the University of New Brunswick. She was called to the bar in 2016 and is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

Determination of Fault in Left Hand Turn Collisions

In our practice, we often see cases where both drivers involved in a collision thought they had the right of way. Often, such cases involve a situation where one driver is proceeding straight through an intersection and the other is attempting to make a left turn on a yellow (or amber) light. The driver proceeding straight believes they have the right of way. At the …

Changes to ODSP Exemptions for Pain and Suffering Awards

The recent changes to the ODSP Regulations are a positive step forward in improving access to justice for some of the most vulnerable Ontarians. OTLA will continue to lobby on behalf of the rights of the injured and injusticed.

How do Personal Injury Cases Work?

lawyer meets with client about personal injury case

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may have a right to seek compensation by way of a personal injury lawsuit. How do I bring a claim? Your lawyer will draft the document that starts the lawsuit, which is called the “Statement of Claim”. The Statement of Claim includes: The date(s) of the accident/injury; How the accident occurred; …

Injured while on ODSP: Your Legal Rights

ODSP assistant

To be involved in an accident can be overwhelming as it is, but if you are already receiving support from the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), you may feel especially uncertain about your legal rights. For example, you may be wondering how you can afford a lawyer, whether you will owe ODSP a portion of any funds received, and whether you are entitled to continue …

3 Things You Should Do Before Lending Your Vehicle

lend your vehicle

When friends or family members ask to borrow your vehicle, you may be inclined to agree without giving it much thought. While allowing someone to borrow your vehicle is legal in Ontario, it is important to understand the potential risks before handing over the keys.

What happens if I’m hurt on public transit?

Point of view from someone hurt on public transit

Accidents involving public transportation vehicles pose unique legal challenges, often leaving injured individuals unsure of their options. It is important to speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after an incident to discuss these options. Ontario laws governing the recovery of benefits or compensation for injuries sustained on public transit depend on several factors, including: the owner(s) of the vehicle(s), who …