Maggie Morgan

“I take a thorough, detail-oriented approach to each individual case, which provides for valuable insights in all aspects of the litigation process and results in good outcomes for our clients.”

Toronto – Whitby – Ottawa
416-368-0231 ext. 224
mmorgan@fmlaw.ca
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Lea-Ann Bowes, Assistant/Law Clerk
416-368-0231 ext. 232
lbowes@fmlaw.ca

Maggie’s straightforward and detail-oriented approach to insurance disputes has quickly gained the confidence of the Firm’s clients in her representation for their interests involving the defence of motor vehicle accident tort claims, statutory accident benefit disputes, and occupier’s liability matters.

Maggie consistently and reliably manages litigation risk and exposure, providing practical advice and strong advocacy at all stages of litigation.

Her successful advocacy before the Superior Court of Justice, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, and the License Appeal Tribunal is enhanced by persuasive day to day negotiation and effective mediation advocacy.

Education

Called to the Ontario Bar, 2008
LL.B., J.D., University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy, 2007
B.A., York University, 2004

Memberships

Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
The Advocates’ Society

Selection of Cases

Income Replacement Benefits, Medical Benefits and Costs of Examinations: S.A. and RBC Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 101701 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on issues involving claims for an income replacement benefit, medical benefits, and costs of examinations.

Minor Injury Guideline and Medical Benefits: J.A. and Aviva General Insurance Company, 2019 CanLII 110100 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on the Minor Injury Guideline and claims involving medical benefits.

Minor Injury Guideline and Medical Benefits: A.Y. and Aviva Insurance Canada, 2019 CanLII 101631 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on issues involving the Minor Injury Guideline and claims involving medical benefits, within the context of claims of psychological impairment and chronic pain. This decision was upheld on reconsideration.

Medical Benefits and Costs of Examinations: V.L. and Aviva Insurance Company, 2020 CanLII 14475 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on issues involving claims for medical benefits and costs of examinations.

Non-Earner Benefit: S.M. and Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, 2020 CanLII 14426 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on a preliminary issue involving entitlement to a non-earner benefit after failure to submit a completed Disability Certificate.

Medical Benefits: P.K. v. Aviva Insurance Canada, 2018 CanLII 76406 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on issues involving claims for medical benefits and allegations of non-compliance with the requirements of section 38 of the SABS.

Minor Injury Guideline and Medical Benefits: S.S. and Aviva Insurance Canada, 2018 CanLII 81957 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on the Minor Injury Guideline and claims involving medical benefits.

Minor Injury Guideline and Medical Benefits: Applicant and Aviva Insurance Canada, 2018 CanLII 61166 (ON LAT) – our client was successful on the Minor Injury Guideline and claims involving medical benefits.