- June 28, 2011
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Knowledge. Experience. Respect. Trace is a firm believer in this triumvirate to client success.
Breadth of Knowledge: Trace obtained his Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in both Biology and Psychology, from the University of Toronto. He next achieved certification by the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario, and then a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the University of Windsor. In 2008, Trace was licenced as a Paralegal by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Since joining Will Davidson LLP in 1996, Trace has participated in over 30 continuing legal education programmes put on by esteemed professional organizations such as: the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Ontario Bar Association, and the Advocates’ Society.
Depth of Experience: Over the past 16 years, Trace has assisted hundreds of our clients with obtaining replacement of lost income, and compensation for injuries, as a result of accidental injury, physical or psychological illness, and disability. Trace has participated in mediations with lawyers and insurers before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario. He has achieved success for many clients before Canada Pension Plan disability benefit review tribunals. He has occasionally assisted clients in the Small Claims Court, and in other areas of practice.
Demand for Respect: Trace is of the view that an injured or disabled person deserves respect from insurers and from the party who caused the injury. He views injury and disability as life-changing experiences for our clients – even if others don’t appreciate it. Trace strives to have insurers accord his clients due respect for their injuries and losses, and also for their emotional well-being. It’s not just the end result that matters. It’s also how Trace gets our clients to that end result. The opposing party must respect our client along the way.
The Lighter Side: Outside of work, Trace is most likely to be found near water. Whether in a kayak, sailboat, powerboat, or floating along on a log, Trace enjoys being on and around the water. His alternate choice – bicycling. Both Trace and his wife, Rebekah, regularly cycle the roads and trails of Muskoka. Trace has an artistic streak, including the sale of chainsaw carvings to buyers from Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe.
Trust the Huntsville law firm that has argued and won some of the leading cases in Canada. Contact Will Davidson LLP for a consultation and to find out how our lawyers can help you – (705) 788-3740 or 1 (866) 788-3740.