Sabrina Singh

Sabrina Singh is a founding partner at Kelly + Singh Lawyers LLP.

Sabrina is a zealous advocate for injury victims and regularly acts for injured plaintiffs in motor vehicle accident, slip and fall and disability insurance claims. She completed her under graduate studies at the University of Toronto before obtaining a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Western Ontario.

Sabrina has argued successfully before all levels of Ontario’s Courts and is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

Stegenga v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company, 2019 ONCA

Edwards v. McCarthy, 2019 ONSC 3925

Court rules where expert report served during discovery process, lawyers’ letter of instruction to expert is protected by litigation privilege and not producible at discovery stage so long as instructions from counsel is included in the report itself.

Bosnali v. Michaud, 2019 ONSC 280

On the motion, the Plaintiff’s lawyer sought a charging order against monies awarded to the Plaintiff as a first priority ahead of any amounts entitled to the Defendants by way of set-off, where significant costs were awarded to the Defendants based on Rule 49 offers made before trial

Merrifield v. Canada (Attorney General), 2019 ONCA 205

In this unanimous Court of Appeal for Ontario decision, a three-judge panel consisting of Justices R.G Juriansz J.A., D. Brown J.A., and G. Huscroft J.A. considered whether it was appropriate for the Trial Judge to recognize a new freestanding tort of harassment and found that the lower court erred in doing so.

Seven Predictions About the Future of Auto Insurance

Self-driving car technology is predicted to transform the way we commute, and these predictions have personal injury lawyers paying close attention. If conceivably there will be no driver behind the wheel, who would be responsible for injuries to passengers in self-driving vehicles, in the event of an accident? In this blog we summarize seven ways some of the industry experts and insiders are predicting that …