Susan Dhaliwal

Susan Dhaliwal

As a personal injury lawyer, Susan is passionate about and dedicated to obtaining fair compensation for injured victims. She knows firsthand the legal process can be complicated to navigate and uses a positive and compassionate approach when assisting her clients.

Following her call to the Bar in 2012, Susan has limited her practice exclusively to the area of personal injury. She frequently appears before the Superior Court of Justice and has successfully represented clients at arbitration before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.

Susan is active in her community and can provide legal services in Punjabi.

Hamilton v. Ontario Corporation #2000533 o/a Toronto Community Housing Corporation 2017 ONSC 5467

Ali v. Gibbons 2017 ONSC 5013

Where the party to be examined resides outside of Ontario, the test for determining the location of the examination for discovery is what is just and convenient for all parties based on the circumstances of the case.

Baron v. Clark, 2017 ONSC 738 (CanLII)

Despite serving the co-defendant to the point of intoxication and breaching their obligations under the Liquor License Act, the Court found no liability on the part of the bar for damages sustained by the Plaintiff in an assault and battery.

Bruff-Murphy v. Gunawardena, 2017 ONCA 502

Powell v. Maisuria, 2017 ONSC 2278

Despite the accident occurring in Brampton, and the Plaintiff and the Defendant both residing in Brampton, the Court dismissed the Defendant’s motion to have the action transferred from Toronto to Brampton.

Ahmed v. Rowe, 2017 ONSC 2289