Jan Marin

Jan Marin

Jan received her Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Development Studies from Huron University College at the University of Western Ontario in 2005 and her J.D. from Western's Law School in 2009. While attending law school, Jan volunteered with the school's Community Legal Clinic and Pro-Bono Students Canada. She also participated in an international exchange program at ESADE in Barcelona where she studied both International and European Union law.

Before joining Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers, Jan completed her articles at a prominent personal injury firm. She was called to the bar in June 2010.

Jan's personal injury practice is dedicated to medical negligence.

When not practicing law, Jan enjoys travelling, playing soccer and volleyball.

Armstrong v. Ward, 2021 SCC 1

In this case, the Plaintiff appealed the majority decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal and was granted leave in May 2020. The case was argued before the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) on January 18, 2021. The SCC released their decision from the bench on the day of argument, siding with the plaintiff and adopting the dissenting reasons of Justice van Rensburg.

Woods v. Jackiewicz, 2020 ONCA 458 (CanLII)

In this case, the respondent was 27 weeks pregnant with twins when she saw the appellant for an unscheduled appointment, complaining of severe abdominal pain and excessive weight gain. The appellant sent her home to rest. 2 days later, twins were delivered by emergency C-section, and as a result of the birth, one of the twins sustained brain damage due to Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome.

Tierney v. North Waterloo Farmers Mutual, FSCO A15-003293

Applicants successful in demonstrating economic loss for care provider who was a student at the time of the MVA and subsequently had to accept a lower paying position than anticipated due to the requirement for flexible time and proximity to provide AC services.

J.I.L.M. Enterprises & Investments Ltd v. Intact Insurance, 2017 ONSC 357

This fire loss trial resulted in an award to the plaintiff for its losses under the policy, extended profits losses due to insurer delay and a punitive award to denounce the high handed insurer behavior in delaying payment two years.