Paul Wilkins attended Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, for his undergraduate studies and then moved on to law school at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia. Paul began his career advocating for the rights of victims of personal injury in 2007 while working for a prominent Toronto personal injury law firm as a student. Since becoming a lawyer, Paul has practiced exclusively in the field of personal injury representing injured victims. He has handled and successfully resolved a number of cases involving death and all types of serious personal injury including brain injury, paralysis, fractures and other orthopedic injuries, chronic pain syndrome and psychological and psychiatric disability. He has represented his clients in private mediations, at mediations before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and in litigation in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. In addition to advancing the rights of his clients against the parties responsible for injuring them, Paul is frequently involved in pursuing his clients’ claims for statutory accident benefits, short term and long term disability benefits and Canada Pension Plan disability benefits. Paul is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyer’s Association and the Advocates Society.
Mick Hassell is trial counsel for PW Lawyers.
Mick has more than a decade of trial experience including Jury and non-Jury trials, arbitrations and Tribunal hearings. Mick gets involved in cases that are deep in the litigation process, when negotiations have broken down and when cases are proceeding to trial.
Mr. Hassell is the author of the Ontario Civil Trial Manual and enjoys speaking engagements on trial advocacy, cross-examination and arbitration.
Kevan Wylie is an associate lawyer at PW Lawyers. He graduated from the University of Toronto’s limited enrollment program Ethics, Society, and Law, earning an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in 2012. Subsequently he earned a Juris Doctor from Bond University in 2015. Following his call to the bar in 2016, his practice is restricted to plaintiff litigation inclusive of: Long Term Disability, motor vehicle accidents, accident benefits, slip and falls, occupiers’ liability, Canada Pension Plan Disability appeals, and Short Term Disability. Kevan articled at a boutique litigation firm which focused on medical malpractice and wrongful death matters. Kevan regularly argues motions, conducts examinations for discovery, pre-trial conferences, and attends mediations on behalf of his clients. Kevan regularly appears before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Social Security Tribunal of Canada.
Sarb earned an Honours Bachelor’s of Commerce Degree from McMaster University in 2007. He then went on to study Law at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, and earned a Juris Doctor in 2010. He was subsequently called to the bar in 2013. Since then, he has primarily focused his practice on personal injury and commercial litigation. Sarb has regularly appeared at all levels of court in Ontario, and has had extensive experience attending motions, examinations for discovery, mediations, and pre-trial conferences. Sarb is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Sunny is a licensed paralegal under the Law Society of Upper Canada. His practice focuses exclusively on accident benefits claims. Prior to handling Plaintiff files, Sunny worked at an Insurance Defense firm to two years. Sunny has been on Paul Wilkins team since 2010 helping injured individuals get the medical and financial help they need and deserve. He has handled over 1200 accident benefits claims and has the substantive knowledge of how to handle files, dispute settlements, mediate and arbitrate claims. Sunny always places his clients first, and his main goal is to achieve maximum results that leave his clients satisfied.