Adam R. Little
Adam Little obtained his BA in English Literature from the University of Toronto and his LLB at Queen’s University. Adam was called to the bar in 2002 and joined Oatley Vigmond in 2005.
Adam is a Certified Litigation Specialist by the Law Society of Upper Canada and Past President of the Simcoe County Law Association. He is viewed as a leader in personal injury law and is a frequent presenter at industry conferences. He is co-author of the chapters dealing with “Catastrophic Impairment” in the well-known Oatley, McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases.
Adam’s compassion for his clients is what drives his success. His area of expertise is in injury litigation and he has dedicated his practice to obtaining compensation for clients who have been victim of motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, occupiers’ liability claims and other insurance disputes. Adam enjoys working on Medical Malpractice cases the most as the issues are complex and require a high degree of substantive medical research and knowledge.
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 success on their behalf.
When Adam isn’t practicing personal injury law, he enjoys running, mountain biking, riding his ATV – and just about anything outdoors!
To learn more about Adam’s practice please visit, www.oatleyvigmond.com/people/adam-r-little