Ansley is an Associate on the Personal Injury team and practices Personal Injury and Insurance Litigation. She focuses her practice on claims arising from motor vehicle accidents, disputes over insurance coverage, slip and falls, medical malpractice, and the use of defective/dangerous products. She can also assist clients with disability claims arising from short and long-term disability policies as well as the Canada Pension Plan.
Ansley is a hands-on lawyer who knows her files inside out. She cares about her clients and helping them obtain the results they deserve. She is dedicated to each client, helping with any issues that arise even if they fall outside the scope of her practice.
Ansley has appeared before the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, the Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick, the Nova Scotia Provincial Court and the Nova Scotia Small Claims Court. She also has experience in alternative dispute resolution including, mediations and settlement conferences.
Ansley is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association and the Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association. She currently teaches a Civil Procedure Workshop at the Schulich School of Law. In 2015, Ansley joined the Board of Directors of the Dalhousie Law Alumni Association. She has participated in a number of firm fundraising initiatives including the Dragon Boat Festival and hosting pub trivia at the Middle Deck (various charities).
In her spare time, Ansley enjoys travelling, photography, watching movies, and exploring Nova Scotia with her dog Boo.
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