Stacey Coomber Stevens is a fierce compassionate advocate who is dedicated to improving the lives of seriously injured accident victims. Stacey graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2004 and was the recipient of the National Tom Wilcox Scholarship Award for her dedication to insurance law and academic achievement. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005 and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Prior to entering law school, Stacey raised two children, fought to have Breakfast programs introduced at local schools and lobbied municipal government in order to improve the quality of life for impoverished members of her community while managing a successful career as a personal injury law clerk. Stacey successfully challenged the Ontario Government and forced it to rewrite the Ontario Adoption Information Disclosure Act to protect individuals’ privacy rights. Stacey’s expertise as a personal injury lawyer is her years spent working with accident victims and their families to adapt to the challenges they face on a daily basis and driven by her inherent desire to fight for the rights of others.
Stacey is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, The Advocates’ Society and the Canadian Bar Association. She volunteers as Legal Counsel for Spinal Cord Injury Action Canada and is on the Board of the Central East Brain Injury Association.
Stacey’s expertise and professionalism have been recognized and she has been sought after for radio interviews and in publications including The Lawyers Weekly, Law Times, The Litigator and The Globe and Mail.
You may read or download any of Stacey’s papers and presentations at www.thomsonrogers.com/stacey-stevens