Jason has spent his entire career practicing as an insurance defence lawyer. Prior to joining Dolden Wallace Folick LLP in 2020, he was a partner at prominent insurance litigation firms in Toronto. He has worked with both national and international insurance clients, providing practical risk-based assessments and solutions.
Jason was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2008. He has appeared before all levels of Court in Ontario, as well as before various tribunals. He has also appeared as counsel at multiple jury and non-jury trials.
Jason’s representative work includes:
Jason provides insurance coverage advice and guidance to insurers on a wide variety of matters. He has litigated coverage disputes involving Builders’ Risk and property damage liability claims, first-party property claims, errors & omissions claims, and bodily injury claims.
Jason has extensive experience defending a variety of professional negligence claims, including malpractice claims brought against optometrists, chiropractors and other therapists, claims against multi-disciplinary health clinics, claims against veterinarians, and claims against accountants.
Property Damage & Subrogation
Jason has acted as defence counsel for various professionals and trades in large-loss property and construction matters, including matters involving faulty workmanship, fire and water damage. He has also acted as counsel advancing subrogated claims on behalf of insurance clients in those same circumstances.
Jason has defended complex and catastrophic personal injury claims arising as a result of motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall incidents, and other unique circumstances.
Jason has experience with matters brought before various disciplinary tribunals, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT), and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO).
Wiens v. Mino, 2018 ONSC 323
Lipton Sales Ltd. v. Sivitilli, 2015 ONCA 214
Sant v. Sekhon, 2013 ONSC 2982
Sam’s Auto Wrecking Co. v. Lombard General Insurance, 2013 ONCA 186
Mehmood v. Gray, 2011 ONSC 1735