Paul Cahill – Will Davidson LLP
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FIRM: Will Davidson LLP
AREAS OF PRACTICE: Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Law
Paul Cahill, a partner with the Toronto personal injury law firm Will Davidson LLP, focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from Queen’s University in 2001, before earning his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa in 2004. Mr. Cahill was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005.
In his personal injury practice, Mr. Cahill assists clients with medical malpractice, car accident, slip and fall, occupiers’ liability, and product failure. He also handles issues involving first-party insurance claims for disability benefits.
Practising law for more than a decade, Mr. Cahill has represented clients at trials, motions, appeals, and tribunal hearings.
He has appeared before both the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal, and has represented clients at administrative boards and tribunals such as the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal, the Health Professions Review and Appeal Board, and the Canada Pension Plan Review Tribunal.
In addition, Mr. Cahill speaks at industry conferences and has published articles in legal publications.
Paul is listed in Top Lawyers as a leading Toronto personal injury lawyer and Medical Malpractice lawyer in Toronto.
Posts by Paul Cahill
The Advocate Files: Personal Injury ` Cuts to Insurance Regime Failing Injured Victims Comment by: Paul Cahill - Toronto Personal ...Read More
The Advocate Files: Personal Injury | Slip and Fall Liability Slip and Fall Liability not Just an Icy Winter Issue ...Read More
The Advocate Files: Personal Injury ` Cyclist Safety is Everyone's Business Comment by: Paul Cahill - Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer ...Read More
The Advocate Files: Medical Malpractice Lawsuits ` Two-Year Window for Malpractice Lawsuits Often Murky for Surgeries Comment by: Paul Cahill ...Read More
The Advocate Files: Personal Injury | Trends in Occupiers' Liability Law ` Trends in Occupiers' Liability Law Comment by: Paul ...Read More
The Advocate Files: Personal Injury Cases and Social Media ` Personal Injury Cases and Social Media Comment by: Paul Cahill ...Read More