Oneal Banerjee

Oneal Banerjee (He/Him)

Oneal Banerjee has been practicing insurance and personal injury litigation since 2003. Oneal has represented clients at all stages of the litigation process, up to and including trial, judicial review, and appeal. Oneal’s experience prior to joining Dolden Wallace Folick includes complex insurance, product liability, and government liability litigation as a lawyer at one of the country’s largest full-service national law firms and a leading insurance defence boutique, after Articling at the Crown Law Office – Civil (Ontario).

Oneal has extensive experience defending negligent investigation and wrongful death matters, as well as representing insurers and corporations in product liability claims and complex property and casualty claims, arising from fires and gas explosions.


  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association, Insurance Law Section Executive (Member-at-Large)
  • Toronto Lawyers’ Association (Education Committee)
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • South Asian Bar Association (Toronto)


  • Law Society of Ontario (2003)


Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours), University of Ottawa (1996)

Juris Doctor, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Common Law (2002)


Genua v. North York (City), 2006 CanLII 61082 (ON SC)

Diner v. Toronto (City), 2007 CanLII 41888 (ON SC)

Radovici v. Toronto Police Services Board (2007), 86 OR (3d) 691

Ajax (Town) v. St Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company (2008), 93 OR (3d) 73

Javed Tabey Nader v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, 2016 ONFSCDRS 183 (CanLII)

Amarjit Sidhu v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2016 ONFSCDRS 250 (CanLII)

Oneal Banerjee's practice areas include:


Complex Personal Injury

Occupiers’ Liability

Property Damage

Class Action Defence

Product Liability

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