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Rose is a partner at Neinstein LLP. Rose practices in the area of Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice litigation, with a primary focus on motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, Long Term Care disability, and slip and fall cases. Rose also has vast experience in the interplay between the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and Tort Claims, more specifically when the right to sue is taken away.
Rose has earned a reputation as a very thorough and diligent lawyer ensuring her clients cases are managed and advanced with the utmost care and consideration.
Rose also participates in many continuing legal education programs and medical education seminars to better serve her clients. She is a regular speaker with the Canadian-Italian Advocates Society.
Rose was voted by her peers as a leading expert in her field in 2013 and 2016 in Canadian Lexpert Directory. She serves on the Humber River Hospital You + Women's event, a prestigious fundraising event that benefits Humber River Hospital's research programs. Rose is active in the Italian-Canadian community and speaks fluent Italian.
Rose is currently spearheading a proposed class action lawsuit against Long Term Care Provider, Chartwell, for alleged failures in outbreak planning and response to COVID-19. For more information, read about the Chartwell class action.
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We are an award-winning team of lawyers that specializes in serving victims of personal injury and trying their most complex cases. Our lawyers are here to listen and are prepared to act on your behalf as we work to achieve the best possible outcome.Meet Our Lawyers The best personal injury lawyers in Toronto
2020 was a difficult year for most, but during these unprecedented times, we came out stronger together.
When people are injured, most often they are unable to work and during these times, cash flow can become an enormous burden on the victim and their families. We recognize that our clients are suffering and are under enormous financial stress.
That is why we use the contingency fee arrangement. Under this arrangement, the client is not required to pay any fees or expenses unless the case is successful. If the client does not recover any monies from the lawsuit, there will be no legal fees.