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Kevin Mitchell

Kevin is a Partner of Samis+Company. Throughout his career, he has practiced almost exclusively in the area of accident benefit and bodily injury matters arising from motor vehicle accidents. He has also defended various non-motor vehicle bodily injury claims. Kevin carries on a robust practice involving privately arbitrated disputes between insurers in both priority and loss transfer matters. 

Kevin`s practice is rounded out by pursuing applications to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) in an effort to redirect certain accident benefits claimants to make their claim instead to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. He has argued many such hearings including arbitration, both private and at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (including the Director`s Delegate), the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, various Superior Court appeals and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Kevin is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, Canadian Defence Lawyers, the Toronto Lawyers Association and the Defence Research Institute. He has given various industry seminars on topics including resolving disputes between insurers and has published on loss transfer. 

Kevin graduated from Queen`s University with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree, received his law degree from the University of New Brunswick and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994.

Tel: 416.365.0000 ext. 119
Fax: 416.365.9993
Email: KMitchell@samislaw.com

Personal Bio

Married with four children and two dogs, Kevin has always called Toronto his home. Outside of the law, he enjoys many sports year-round (some of the extreme variety), particularly riding his motorcycle, hiking abroad and downhill skiing. He plays in both ball and ice hockey leagues. In 2014, Kevin hiked the 46 km Inca trail in Peru, ending at the sacred Machu Picchu site.

 

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