Experience Matters.

Compassion Matters.

Results Matter.

 


 

Tullio D'Angela Personal Injury Lawyer Toronto

Years of experience

Tullio was called to the Ontario Bar in 2000 and has practiced exclusively in the area of personal injury. He has earned the reputation as being a forthright and formidable litigator by his peers.  Tullio would be pleased to speak to you about your matter and to discuss your rights.

Dedicated to service.  Dedicated to you.

At Tullio A. D’Angela Professional Corporation we believe that what sets us apart is our commitment to client service.

We are a firm focussed on empowering the client.  The first time a client comes into the office, the client may be anxious or intimidated.  We listen to the client and their concerns.  We address those concerns by communicating with in a clear and frank manner.  We let the client know that they are not alone when dealing with legal issues.

We are a firm that understands that trust is not given but earned.  Lines of communication are key to the solicitor and client relationship.  At Tullio A. D’Angela Professional Corporation we listen to our clients and are continually building a relationship of trust.  We achieve this trust by helping our clients to understand the law, the legal system and what to expect during a lawsuit.


 

EXPERIENCE. COMPASSION.  RESULTS

 

When you are injured in an accident you may be flooded with opinions by family or friends on what you should do or who you should meet. This can be overwhelming, especially if you have sustained serious injuries as a result of the accident.

When involved in an accident, it is always a good idea to meet with an experienced personal injury lawyer.  Not all personal injury lawyers are the same and there are those who may not have the experience necessary to fight to get you the compensation you deserve.  You need a lawyer who is straightforward, direct, and will help you work through the legal system, which can be daunting at the best of times.  You need a lawyer that is always available to speak with you and to provide you with the counsel necessary to successfully litigate your claim.     Above all, you need an advocate with the experience to ensure that you and your family receive the compensation you deserve.

Tullio was called to the Ontario Bar in 2000 and has practiced exclusively in the area of personal injury. He has earned the reputation of being a forthright and formidable litigator by his peers.  Tullio would be pleased to speak to you about your matter and to discuss your rights.


 

“At my firm, each client receives the personal attention they ‎deserve. I am committed to

the highest ‎quality legal representation with compassion, ‎dignity and respect.”

Tullio A. D'Angela
10 Ways to Improve Your Chances at Success at a Hearing

10 Ways to Improve Your Chances at Success at a Hearing

I was recently retained as counsel to conduct a personal injury hearing at the Licence Appeal Tribunal.

When preparing for the hearing, it became apparent that one reason an insured’s claim is unsuccessful is due to the information relied upon by the insured’s expert was inaccurate (the insured failed to accurately convey evidence) or that the doctor did not conduct a thorough assessment due to a lack of documentation (key documentation was missing or lacking).

Proving Your Case: Theory v. Reality

Proving Your Case: Theory v. Reality

A theory is likely the most important step at the beginning of a personal injury matter.  The theory must be developed early since it is the blueprint from which to develop a case.  A theory will determine how the case is handled, what claims to make, witnesses necessary to call, experts to be called and what documentation to rely upon.  None of these decisions can be made intelligently without a theory.  Essentially, the purpose of a theory is to simplify the trial of the matter in order to obtain a favorable result.  Without a theory, a case will simply become unwieldy and disorganized. 

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