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    Checking In with Kevin Henderson

    May 26, 2020  |  By:  Oatley Vigmond, Kevin Henderson

    As Ontarians navigate the effects of COVID-19, it’s important for everyone to make an effort to keep in touch with friends and loved ones as best that they can. During the next few months, we’ll be reaching out to Oatley Vigmond’s lawyers, accident benefits specialists, and hard-working staff through a recurring “Checking In With _________” Q&A segment hosted on the firm’s website.

    Today’s check-in is with Oatley Vigmond Partner Kevin Henderson.

    What he’s been up to:

    “The pandemic has changed my day to day life significantly. I work largely from home now, and that presents its own set of challenges. However, I have the opportunity to spend more time with my kids which has been great. On the other hand, keeping two very active boys interested and engaged has its own challenges!”

    The best television show he’s been watching recently:

    “I think the best thing I’ve watched on TV is The Wire. I had always intended to watch it, but just never had the time. The most unique thing I’ve watched on TV is Tiger King. I am looking forward to watching what Hollywood does when they make it into a movie. I had really hoped that David Spade would be cast as Joe Exotic – he would be perfect for that role!”

    What he misses the most in life:

    “What I’ve missed the most is meeting with my clients and colleagues face to face. While videoconferencing is an excellent way to conduct hearings, examinations for discovery, and meetings, the human connection can be lost at times.”

    The first place he will go when quarantine restrictions are lifted:

    “While I would like to say that I am going to head straight to the gym, the more realistic answer is that I’m going to head to The Farmhouse or PIE in Barrie.”

    About the Authors

    Oatley Vigmond

    Personal injury law is all we do. Our skilled team of personal injury lawyers and accident benefits specialists are committed to securing the best possible outcome for those with catastrophic...

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    Kevin Henderson

    Kevin attended McMaster University for two years before being granted early admission to Osgoode Hall Law School, where he obtained his LL.B. in 2007. Kevin was called to the bar in 2008. Prior to...

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