Toronto's premier family-first law firm for
Personal Injury, Long-Term Disability, and Wrongful Termination
More than 3,500 families helped
Over $60 Million in Settlements Recovered For Clients
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With over 60 years of collective experience and over $60 Million in settlements recovered for clients, Stephen Benjamin is a Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer that takes an educational, family-like approach in representing his clients' personal injury and long-term disability claims throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
Why the Benjamin Law Team is Different
The step-by-step guidance that they provide their clients throughout the entire litigation process, helps to mitigate the financial risks or hardships that can occur over the duration of their case. Benjamin Law's Personal Injury and Long Term Disability Lawyers are some of the most respected in the Greater Toronto Area because they put education first.
Founding and Managing Partner
30 Years of Experience
Over 3,500 clients helped recover over $60 million for clients
Stephen Benjamin is an accomplished and passionate attorney with over 30 years of experience transforming the lives of his clients throughout the Greater Toronto Area, through his guidance, coaching, and legal representation.
His years of experience working with the Attorney General of Ontario, provided him keen, in-depth insight into the mistreatment and neglect of visual minorities and immigrants from insurance companies and lawyers. It is thus these inequalities that he and his team at Benjamin Law have pledged to rectify with their educational and family-like approach to their clients' Personal Injury and Long-Term Disability cases.
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