Marc G. Spivak,
B.Comm., B.C.L., LL.B.
Marc is managing partner of our personal injury group. He practices exclusively in the area of personal injury litigation, representing accident victims and disability claimants.
Marc graduated from McGill University with Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Civil Law and LL.B. degrees. He has been associated with Devry Smith Frank LLP since 1990. Since his call to the bar in 1992, Marc has appeared frequently before a number of courts and tribunals in Ontario. Marc also has extensive experience as counsel at mediations including mediations of accident benefits claims at the Financial Services Commission and at arbitrations.
Marc’s practice is restricted to personal injury claims. He has broad experience in claims arising from car accidents including no-fault accident benefits claims, as well as slip or trip and falls, assaults, products liability, hazardous premises, occupiers’ liability, sports injuries, dog bites and health and disability claims. Marc has litigated claims involving fatal injuries, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, psychological injuries and emotional trauma as well as orthopaedic and soft tissue injuries (whiplash).
Marc takes pride in his proactive approach to the prosecution of his clients’ claims. He takes particular interest in providing his clients with individual attention. Marc’s team of highly trained law clerks, paralegals and legal assistants ensures that timely personal service is always available.
Marc’s extensive network of medical professionals and other experts assist him in assessing and documenting his clients’ claims to ensure that his clients receive all benefits and compensation to which they are entitled.
Marc is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Toronto Lawyers Association, the Advocates’ Society, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice, and is counsel for the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto.
Marc has recently been featured on MetroNews.ca regarding Gardiner-related lawsuits. Read the full article here : Gardiner-related lawsuits could cost Toronto taxpayers millions: lawyer
Marc contributes to the DSF Blog regularly. Below are his most recent blogs.