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Ian carries on a broadly based civil-litigation practice, with a strong emphasis on personal injury law.
Ian Brisbin has represented many clients in virtually all areas of personal injury law, including car accidents, accidents on property and long-term disability claims. Ian maintains a particular interest in the law as it relates to cyclists and accidents suffered by cyclists. He has appeared as trial and appellate counsel before all levels of Ontario Courts and has extensive experience advocating before various administrative tribunals.
In addition to his personal injury practice, Ian represents both employees and employers in employment law disputes, including claims arising from terminations.
Ian has been a long-time active member of The Hamilton Law Association, serving as a member and chair of various committees. He is also very engaged within the community and currently serves as a member of the United Way of Halton and Hamilton Campaign Cabinet, the Board of Directors of the Hamilton Foundation for Student Success (formerly the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board Foundation), the Board of Directors of the Share the Road Cycling Coalition, amongst others, and previously served as Chair of the Board of Directors of Royal Botanical Gardens, Chair of the Official Board of Melrose United Church, and as a member of the Board of Governors of the Hamilton Future Fund.
Ian is also a current member of The Advocates Society, the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association and the Halton County Law Association.
Ian grew up in Burlington and received his B.A. (Hons.) degree from Queen’s University in 1996 and his LL.B. from Queen’s University in 2000. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2002.
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