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.

Guide to Automobile Accident Benefits Forms

Statutory Accident Benefits (“accident benefits”) are available to those who are injured as a result of the “use or operation of a motor vehicle”. This includes passengers, drivers, cyclists, or those who are injured by motor vehicles as pedestrians.

What is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

If you have been injured by the negligence of another, you may be wondering about the value of your case. This is particularly so if your injuries are preventing you from working or involve extraordinary medical expenses.

Car Seat Safety Information that Every Parent should Know

It can be challenging to figure out how to correctly purchase, install, and use car seats and booster seats, and to know when they can no longer be used. Car seats and booster seats are not intuitive and, like many parenting skills, take some education and practice to master.

How Personal Injury Lawyers Are Paid

People are sometimes reluctant to seek legal advice after being injured. They believe they cannot afford legal fees and expenses, particularly if their injuries have caused them to be off work. Contingency Fees In most cases, however, an injured person (a “plaintiff”) who files a lawsuit against a negligent party does not pay anything upfront or out-of-pocket. This is because most personal injury lawyers handle …

The Interaction Between Accident Benefits and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)

Car crashes often cause serious injuries, which can be long term and require substantial treatment. Some accident victims unfortunately become disabled as a result of their injuries.

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 …