Rose Leto is a seasoned insurance litigator and a partner at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers. She earned her degree in law at the Osgoode Hall Law School and called to the bar in 2002. In her 17 years in the industry, Rose has handled a variety of personal injury cases, which earned her a reputation as a diligent and thorough lawyer. She always gives her 100% in every case she handles. Rose makes sure that each case she handles are appropriately managed to ensure that the victim will get the justice he deserves.
Leto has appeared on behalf of her clients at the Ontario Court of Appeal, Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, Social Benefits Tribunal, Canada Pension Plan Tribunal, and Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. Despite being in the industry for 17 years, Rose Leto still makes it a point that she regularly updates her knowledge and understanding of the different aspects of personal injury law. She participates in many continuing legal education programs and medical education seminars.
Specialties and Recognitions
- She specializes in the area of personal injury and insurance litigation focusing on long-term disability, motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall cases, brain and spinal injury, tort claims, accident benefits, medical malpractice, wrongful death litigation, product liability claims, insurance disputes, chronic disability claims, boating accidents, and dog bite claims.
- She speaks Italian fluently and an active member of the Italian-Canadian community.
- Rose Leto is a member of various highly reputable organizations in Canada, such as the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice, Law Society of Upper Canada, The Advocates Society, Medical Legal Society of Toronto, and Osgoode Hall Law School.
- The Canadian Lexpert Directory has repeatedly recommended Leto.
Rose Leto was born an advocate. She finds fulfillment in helping others, and she sees being a lawyer as something that could materialize her dreams of helping others. Rose used to summer at Neinstein Personal Injury Law Firm, but now celebrating her 20th year at the firm. She sees being a lawyer a highly rewarding job but admits that the legal practice isn’t always easy. What keeps her going is her clients. Even just a simple “thank you,” motivates her to continue what she is doing – to be a victim’s advocate. Her mantra in life is “The difference between stumbling blocks and stepping stones is how you use them.”