Roger G. Oatley
Roger’s practice is dedicated to personal injury and death claims. He leads a team of lawyers and highly trained staff that restrict their practice to the most seriously injured, many of whom are victims of permanent neurotrauma.
In 1998 the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association established an annual lecture series in Roger’s honour to recognize both his outstanding success as a jury lawyer and his contribution to the teaching of trial advocacy to other lawyers. He has also served as the past President of the Advocates’ Society. Recently, Roger was named Best Lawyers® 2015 Personal Injury Litigation “Lawyer of the Year” in the Greater Toronto Area.
Roger has written many articles on trial advocacy and personal injury law. He is the author of Canada’s only book on jury advocacy, Addressing the Jury, and co-author of four equally successful books; The Oatley-McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases, The Oatley-McLeish Guide to Brain Injury Litigation, The Oatley-McLeish Guide to Anatomy and Impairment, and the Oatley McLeish Guide to Demonstrative Advocacy.
Roger has helped thousands of accident victims and their families re-build their lives.
While Roger and his team do everything in their power to settle their clients’ claims as quickly as possible, they are prepared to go to court when necessary. Insurance companies never fail to recognize his success.
When Roger isn’t practicing law, he enjoys skiing, golfing, traveling and spending time with his family.
To learn more about Roger’s practice please visit, www.oatleyvigmond.com/people/roger-g-oatley