Sonia Leith was called to the bar in 2009. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario Law School in 2008 and received an Honors degree in Political Science from Western in 2005, where she graduated as the Gold Medalist. In 2007, Sonia competed in Arnup Cup, an Ontario-wide trial advocacy competition. She also competed in the Corporate/Securities Law Moot, which is a national appellate advocacy competition. Sonia is also the recipient of one of the prestigious awards – the London Life Insurance Company Award for his academic achievement in insurance law.
Her fields of expertise include motor vehicle accidents, long-term disability disputes, accident benefits claims, and occupier’s liability cases. Currently, she is a senior counsel at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers. She has active membership in some of the most respected organizations in Canada, such as the Advocates Society, The Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and Toronto Lawyers Association.
Her clients praised Sonia Leith for her ways of handling every case. She has strong attention to detail, compassion, and proactively represents clients on their behalf. Sonia performs examinations for discovery, mediations, pre-trials, and appeared at motions, hearings, and arbitrations at the Superior Court of Justice, the License Appeal Tribunal, the Financial Services of Ontario, and other administrative tribunals. Sonia and her team make sure that your best interest is well-represented and that you will be able to receive the justice you deserved.
Recognitions and Specializations
- Sonia has an active membership in some of the most reputable organizations in Canada, such as the Canadian Bar Association, Law Society of Ontario, The Advocates Society, and the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.
- Her areas of expertise include personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, accident benefits, disability insurance disputes, wrongful death litigation, product liability claims, and occupiers liability claims.
- Sonia is a skilled presenter and frequently invited to speak at seminars and conferences.