Jason Singer

Jason Singer

Jason Singer is a founding partner of Singer Katz LLP. His practice is dedicated exclusively to acting on behalf of plaintiffs in the areas of personal injury, insurance claims and medical malpractice. Jason is recognized as a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario. He was selected the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) Outstanding Young Lawyer Award winner for 2013 and was awarded a Distinguished Service Award in 2018.

He may be reached at jsinger@singerkatz.com.

Road Safety tip: Clear snow and ice off your car

You are late for work, it is freezing cold outside and it snowed last night. You walk out to your car and see it covered in several inches of snow and ice. The snow is crusted on and a quick attempt to brush it off makes no difference. You get in the cold car and turn on the engine, thinking maybe you can melt it …

Why you should hire an OTLA Lawyer

Trying to decide which lawyer to hire to help you and your family following a car accident or other personal injury claim? There are many excellent questions and considerations that should go into making this important decision. Experience, reputation, price and comfort will likely be part of that decision-making process. But another important question to ask is whether your prospective lawyer is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA)?

Do You Have a Fire Safety Plan?

This week from October 8 to October 14, 2017, marks Fire Prevention week across Canada. This year’s theme is “Every Second Counts : Plan 2 Ways Out!” Do you have a fire safety plan for your home? If you have a fire, how will you get out safely? How will you get your loved ones out? Where will you meet to make sure everyone is …

Ontario insurers continue to profit from victims of arson

A string of disturbing cases has highlighted a troubling trend of injustice for Ontario homeowners who are victims of arson. While homeowners rely on insurance to protect us when we are victims of a wrongful act – like arson – insurers continue to take advantage of consumers by placing exclusions in their policies that prevent just compensation.