Patrick Brown has been practicing law for over 20 years, and is a longtime principal partner of McLeish Orlando. Pat has dedicated his career to representing individuals who are seriously and catastrophically injured. His areas of practice include: traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, fatal accidents, drowning cases, cycling injuries and fatalities, road repair, and disability insurance claims.
Pat has tried cases throughout Ontario and is a leader in the area of personal injury law. He has been voted by his peers into Best Lawyers® Canada and the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. He is the past president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a specialist in civil litigation. Pat was awarded the Ontario Trial Lawyers Distinguished Service Award. He is also very involved in the legal community, teaching, publishing, and speaking to radio and news outlets in relation to vulnerable road users.
Pat is a passionate advocate for cycling safety. He is the founder of Bike Law Canada, a coalition of lawyers working to improve cyclist safety. Pat was also appointed by the Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario as an expert on the Ontario Coroners 4 Year Review on Cycling Death, where Pat gave legal expertise on ways to prevent cycling injuries and death. Patrick was awarded the 2012 Active Transportation Champion of the Year by the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation.
When not working, Patrick spends his time with his wife and two daughters, cycling, and playing hockey.
To learn more about Patrick’s practice please visit, http://www.mcleishorlando.com/lawyers/patrick-brown/