About Troy Lehman
A graduate of the University of Western Ontario law school, Troy was called to the bar in 2001. Troy received the highest mark on the Bar Admission course by anyone from Western University. Troy joined Oatley Vigmond in 2006 and became partner in 2010.
Troy takes great satisfaction in helping seriously injured people and their families through difficult times. The cases that Troy finds most gratifying are the difficult cases where there is a need to be especially creative and determined to obtain the compensation that his clients need. His satisfaction comes when he has helped make a real difference in someone’s life in a situation that looked bleak in the beginning.
What Troy enjoys most about personal injury law is that he is working as part of a team to help rebuild lives following catastrophe. As a personal injury lawyer working for seriously injured clients, Troy’s job is to help restore meaningful lives.
Troy is the proud father of three busy boys.
- Director of Simcoe County Law Association 2014
- Guest Lecturer University of Western Ontario in 2001 and 2002
- Guest Lecturer Queens University since 2013
- Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation
- Listed in Best Lawyers
- Elected Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America. Less than one half of one percent of eligible lawyers are chosen.
Troy has been invited to educate other lawyers on various topics relating to personal injury law at conferences hosted by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and York University.
He has represented many clients at trial and has been lead counsel in appeals to the Divisional Court and Court of Appeal.
When not working or spending time with his family he volunteers his time with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Brain Injury Society of Toronto.
Troy provided me with expert advice and excellent service. I couldn’t have been in better hands.
Troy was very sympathetic and spoke to us in “layman’s” terms so we could understand.
The lawyers and staff who worked on my case were extremely kind, caring, and considerate.