Jennifer is an Associate on the Personal Injury team who practices exclusively in the area of Personal Injury and Insurance Litigation. She focuses her practice on claims arising from motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall cases and disputes over insurance coverage and disability policies.
Jennifer goes above and beyond for each of her clients. She makes herself available to accommodate their individual needs and works diligently to deliver the results they deserve.
Jennifer is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society, the Canadian Bar Association and the Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association. She has Court advocacy experience at the Provincial, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal levels.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys hiking, travelling and attending the theatre.
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As of September 1, 2015, the government of Nova Scotia has removed a potential barrier to justice for victims of sexual assault. It is well known that many victims of a childhood sexual assault are unable to come forward about their abuse at the time that it occurs. In fact, one study indicates thatRead full article
After a motor vehicle collision occurs, you may get calls from many different insurance company employees or adjusters. It is important to understand the differences between the adjusters as soon as your phone starts to ring. This quick guide explains the different types of adjusters and can helpRead full article