Jordan Kofman

Jordan Kofman

Jordan's practice focuses on motor vehicle accidents, occupiers’ liability, product liability, municipal liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, accident benefits, and long-term disability claims.

In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, downhill skiing, road cycling, and fishing. Jordan is also an avid NFL and Toronto Blue Jays fan.

TD General Insurance Company v. Intact Insurance Company, 2019 ONCA 5

If you have other insurance which applies to a loss or claim, or would have applied if this policy did not exist, this policy will be considered excess insurance and we will not pay any loss or claim until the amount of such other insurance is used up.

Bukshtynov v. McMaster University, 2018 ONCA 1006.

Full Decision (PDF) Counsel: Bonnie Roberts Jones (Appellants – Responding Parties) Alexander B. Paul and Kaleigh Soneshine (Respondent – Moving Party) Bradley M. Remigis (Respondents – Moving Parties) Judge: Huscroft J.A. Recent decision on motions for security for costs. The Appellant fell while jogging on an indoor running track at McMaster University.  He fell after colliding with a member of one of McMaster University’s running …

Butera v. Chown, Cairns LLP, 2017 ONCA 783, 137 OR (3d) 561.

The Appellants sued the Respondents (their former solicitors) for missing the two-year limitation period, and failing to plead that the six-year limitation period applied. Among other things, the Appellants ….

Poonwasee v. Plaza., 2018 ONSC 3797 (CanLII)

The Plaintiff was injured in a motor vehicle accident. The matter proceeded to trial. Liability and damages were in dispute. Questions were presented to the Jury. Defence counsel took the position that the Jury should be asked to particularize the Defendant’s negligence, and to also particularize which of the Plaintiff’s injuries were caused by the crash.

Capelet v. Brookfield Homes (Ontario) Limited, 2018 ONCA 742 (CanLII)

The Appellant purchased a home from the Respondent. Due to a faulty design, the home leaked, and mould formed. The Appellant sued the Respondent for psychological and emotional injuries. Following a motion for summary judgment, the Appellant’s action was dismissed.