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.

Siddiqui v. Saint Francis Xavier High School, 2019 ONSC 30

Court finds that the limitation period in a minor’s claim runs from the date a litigation guardian is appointed and not when the litigation guardian’s identity is declared in a notice letter.

Ruth Davis v. Toronto Transit Commission 2018 ONSC 7527

Plaintiff not entitled to particulars of surveillance before her examination for discovery where the Defendant was first to serve sworn affidavits of document and notice of examination in accordance with rule 31.04.

Nasr Hospitality Services Inc. v. Intact Insurance, 2018 ONCA 725

Ontario Court of Appeal holds that the limitation period after a property loss starts to run on the date the loss was discovered and not on the date of denial of coverage by the insurance company.

Williams v. Richard, 2018 ONCA 889 (CanLII)

Court of Appeal distinguishes case from Childs v. Desormeaux and sets aside motion judge’s order dismissing the Plaintiffs’ claims on summary judgment. The door to a finding of social host liability is left open

Charbonneau v. Intact Insurance Company, 2018 ONSC 5660 (CanLII)