Brent Parker

Brent Parker

As an associate at Dolden Wallace Folick, Brent’s practice focuses on insurance defence including occupiers’ liability, medical malpractice and professional liability, personal injury, cyber and privacy liability, product liability, and property damage. Brent has appeared before the Provincial and Supreme Courts of BC and a number of tribunals and adjudicative bodies.

Prior to joining Dolden Wallace Folick, Brent articled at a top regional firm focusing on litigation, personal injury, and health law. Before his articles, Brent gained a range of experience working over a decade in the health sector in the areas of risk, investigations, privacy, research, and policy development. During law school, Brent was actively involved with the Law Student’s Legal Advice Program.

Brent holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia (UBC), a Masters of Science in Public Health from the University of London, post-graduate training in analytics from the University of Victoria, and a JD from UBC.

His professional and civic interests include:

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Interior Health Clinical and Research Ethics Boards
  • Student Supervisor and Mentor, UBC Medicine and UBC Undergraduate Research Programs

Representative Decisions

Smith v. Vance, 2022 BCSC 12

A wrongful death case.

Kalashnikoff v. Halat, 2020 BCSC 557

A motor vehicle collision claim.

Brent Parker's practice areas include:


Personal Injury

Occupiers’ Liability

Property Damage

Cyber Liability

Medical Malpractice

Product Liability

Professional Liability

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