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Media and Influence

Jeremy Diamond and his team of Personal Injury Lawyers are often featured in the media for both their commentary and high profile cases.

York University Shooting

York University Shooting

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After a tragic shooting at York University, Jeremy Diamond and his Wife Sandra Zisckind  spearheaded a $20.5 million lawsuit on behalf of eight students. One student, Annie Malik had a bullet hit her in the leg. 

“We’re alleging a pattern of negligence.We’re alleging that security has been overlooked and our allegation is that steps could have been taken and measures could have been taken and they were not.”

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Mandatory Helmets in Ontario

Mandatory Helmets in Ontario

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After a 15 year old boy died which skateboarding without a helmet in Brantford, lawyers Isaac Zisckind called for laws regarding mandatory helmet use in Ontario. Zisckind explained that the spot can carry with it devastating injury and that at present, Section 104 of the Highway Traffic Act only deals with cyclists under 18. 

“We've created laws for use of helmets on bicycles, motorcycles and snowmobiles,” Isaac Zisckind. "Why not skateboarding?".

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2015 and 2014 Consumer Choice Award

2015 and 2014 Consumer Choice Award

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The team has won both the 2014 and 2015 Consumer Choice Award for "Best Personal Injury Lawyers- GTA Wide".

  The award is voted on by impartial consumers who are randomly surveyed in multiple business excellence categories. 

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