Adam R. Little
About Adam R. Little
As a partner at Oatley Vigmond, Adam believes that achieving exceptional results in personal injury claims requires creativity, dedication, perseverance and hard work. He strives to apply those qualities on behalf of all his clients.
A graduate of Queen’s University Faculty of Law (2000) and the University of Toronto (1996), Adam was called to the Bar in 2002. Since that time, Adam has dedicated his practice to obtaining compensation for motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, occupiers’ liability claims and other insurance disputes.
Prior to joining Oatley Vigmond in 2005, Adam practiced with a leading Toronto litigation firm, where he also defended physicians in malpractice claims and regulatory matters. While representing physicians, Adam gained valuable insight, experience and understanding into the unique way in which Canadian doctors are defended by their protective association. Adam now applies that insight, experience and understanding on behalf those injured at the hands of physicians.
When asked what he enjoys most about practicing personal injury law, Adam explains that it is seeing the smile on a client’s face when we achieve a successful result on their behalf.
When Adam isn’t practicing personal injury law, he enjoys running, mountain biking, riding his ATV – and just about anything outdoors!
- Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation
- Author of the Personal Injury Practice Manual
- Past President of the Simcoe County Law Association
- Recipient of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association Dean F. Edgell Award, 2013
- Recipient of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association Distinguished Service Award, 2009
Adam has experience before all levels of court in the province, from jury trials in the Superior Court of Justice, to appeals at the Ontario Court of Appeal. In Vokes v. Palmer, Adam established a new high water mark for claims made on behalf of children who have lost a parent. The case remains a leading decision in the Province of Ontario.
Adam is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and a co-author of the chapters dealing with “Catastrophic Impairment” in the well-known Oatley, McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases.
I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Adam to anyone considering litigation for personal injury. He is outstanding.
My situation was complex but Adam went to work and the results speak for themselves. I have a life and future now.
Adam turned a life altering accident into a transition filled with hope and prospect for my journey to come.