TORONTO, April 29 /CNW/ - Canadian Lawyer magazine recognizes Singer, Kwinter as one of the top 5 Canadian firms
dedicated to the practice of personal injury law.
Founded in 1974, by partners Alf Kwinter and the late Morris Singer,
Singer, Kwinter has become renowned in the practice of personal injury
law. "We are honoured to have been selected as one of the top 5 firms
by Canadian Lawyer magazine. It's always rewarding to know that your accomplishments are
recognized by your peers," comments Alf Kwinter.
The skilled and competent legal team at Singer, Kwinter are known for
their groundbreaking decisions. Alf Kwinter secured the largest jury
award of $2.5 million dollars for punitive damages in Pereira v. Hamilton Township Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. and a $3.5 million dollar judgment for chronic pain in Degennaro v. Oakville Trafalgar in July 2009. These are only two of the many precedent-setting cases
that Singer, Kwinter has become renowned for.
"Clients today want service and results," states Alf Kwinter. "Our firm
gives them both. We are approachable, client-focused and have the
experience and skills to get the job done. As we say on our website, "Experience, Knowledge, and Proven Results.' "
To learn more visit Singer, Kwinter at www.singerkwinter.co
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