Oatley Vigmond Supports Tornado Relief with Donation, Free Legal Advice

Oatley Vigmond Personal Injury Lawyers LLP, whose head office is located in Barrie, recently made a $5,000 contribution to the Salvation Army Bayside Mission Centre’s emergency tornado relief fund.

“We are concerned for the residents of Barrie affected by the tornado,” said Troy Lehman of Oatley Vigmond. “We are using our resources to provide immediate relief and recovery assistance to those displaced as a result of the storm. As a long time supporter of The Salvation Army, we are proud to help fund their critical relief efforts.”

Kevin Henderson of Oatley Vigmond added, “It is important to us to serve the people of Simcoe County, and by working together with the Salvation Army, we can ensure our community is being taken care of during a time of need.”

In addition to the monetary donation, the firm has announced that it is offering free legal advice to Barrie residents who have questions regarding insurance coverage for damage that the tornado caused. Inquiries can be sent via e-mail to freeadvice@oatleyvigmond.com.

Similarly, a group of lawyers with the Simcoe County Law Association (SCLA) is currently providing complimentary legal assistance for questions pertaining to construction and contracting work. More information about this can be found by clicking here.

About the Authors

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Troy Lehman joined Oatley Vigmond in 2006 and became a partner in 2010. As a personal injury lawyer, his greatest satisfaction comes from helping people through to the other side of a difficult time in their lives. “We’re here to help and relieve stress,” Troy says. “When I walk into a first meeting with a client, people are often scared and anxious. And for me, the best thing that can happen at the end of the meeting is that they say, ‘I feel so much better.’

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The son of a grocery store clerk, Kevin grew up outside of Perth, Ontario. He credits his humble beginnings with the development of his underdog mentality, an approach he has carried into his legal career.

He attended McMaster University for two years before being granted early admission to Osgoode Hall Law School. After being called to the bar in 2008, Kevin began practising law in Hamilton before joining a leading Toronto litigation firm, representing Canada’s largest insurance companies on personal injury actions. “I didn’t find it fulfilling,” Kevin recalls. “I was helping companies save money, when what I wanted to do was help the people going up against these major corporations.” Since joining Oatley Vigmond, Kevin has used his insurance-industry experience to protect his clients and recover the compensation they deserved. He’d been at Oatley Vigmond for two months when he settled a matter for a client at a mediation. “You felt the burden of the litigation, and her injuries, lifting off her. I wanted to help even more people experience the relief of having their uncertainty lifted.’”

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