New insurance defence lawyers, articling students and claims examiners from the Toronto area gather for CDL Boot Camp on September 5, 2019. MEA is proud to sponsor this program that aims to teach new defence litigators everything they didn’t learn in law school about building and running their insurance defence practice. Dennis Turriff and Stacey Newman will be on site to share MEA’s story and answer every question regarding the role of forensic engineers as expert witnesses in vehicle accident, personal injury and equipment loss cases.
This year’s CDL Boot Camp is co-chaired by Roman Myndiuk of Beard Winter LLP and Kelly Dunn of Aviva Trial Lawyers. It is held at Twenty Toronto Street Conference Centre. Accident benefits, tort, loss assessment, mediation and discovery are among the topics suggested this year; the full program of the Boot Camp is available on CDL’s website. Whether you missed or met us at the Boot Camp, if you are looking for more on how our expertise could help your cases, check out these pages about Collision Reconstruction, Injury Biomechanics and Failure Analysis.
Canadian Defence Lawyer (CDL) is a non-profit organization founded in 1995, and now has over 1400 members from coast to coast. It wants to be a voice and a resource for civil defence lawyers providing a national perspective, quality defence-specific education and networking opportunities. Its focus is to address issues of importance to members and to the broader defence community of claims adjusters, claims managers, risk managers and subject experts.