Jeffrey Neinstein belongs to the clan of lawyers. Together with his brother, Greg Neinstein, they manage Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers. He was a graduate of Queen’s University Law School and was called to the bar in 2001. He has built a solid reputation as a civil litigator specializing in severe personal injury litigation.
He is devoted to representing clients whose livelihoods are threatened by some of the biggest insurance companies in North America. Jeff has dedicated his practice to look after the welfare of the victims and their immediate families.
As a lawyer, Jeff has a profound understanding of the law. On top of that, he also has an in-depth knowledge of other factors that could significantly influence the victim’s injuries and losses, such as emotional, social, medical, and economical. In his experience as a personal injury lawyer, Jeff has negotiated hundreds of settlements of victims. He will bring the case to trial if the solution is unreachable.
Specialties and Recognitions
- His field of expertise is motor vehicle accident litigation, professional negligence disputes, accident benefits disputes, fire and property loss, catastrophic claims, slip and fall accidents, and disability insurance litigation.
- Jeff Neinstein has represented clients before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Appeal, and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.
- He is a member of the most reputable institutions in Canada, such as the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Trial Lawyer’s Association, Law Society of Upper Canada, the Advocates Society, Brain Injury Society of Toronto, and Ontario Brain Injury Association.
- Jeff Neinstein has been repeatedly recommended by his colleagues and listed in The Canadian Lexpert Directory since 2013.
Despite being busy with his work as a lawyer, Jeff doesn’t fail to make time on other things he loves. When he is not working, he spends his spare time with his family, especially with his three children. Their bonding is playing some of his favorite games; basketball, baseball, and hockey.