Kimberly Jossul, B.Sc. (Hons), LL.B.
P: 905-522-8002 ext. 114
Kim joined Grosso Hooper Law in 2019 after working for many years with a well-known insurance defence boutique in Hamilton. This experience has given Kim valuable insight and understanding in dealing with insurance companies when acting in personal injury and long-term disability matters.
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Always in Your Court to Fight for You
Kim, a short note of my appreciation for handling my personal injury claim. Your approach of keeping me informed and up to date made the process go smoothly. You have my confidence that I would not hesitate to recommend you and your partners.
I first met Kim while she was representing another client at a private mediation. I was very impressed how well prepared she was, how she handled herself with all the parties involved and her professionalism. She has represented my company on several occasions since our first meeting with some great success. She is always well prepared while providing honest, up front legal opinion. I would highly recommend her for all of your legal needs.
Very professional and personable. Kim impressed me with her knowledge of the law; she was straightforward and very clear. She worked very hard for me and was able to have my case settle. If you want the best then you definitely want to hire Kim. I cannot thank her enough for all she has done for me.
Smith v. Safranyos – Motor Vehicle Accident
A horrendous two car collision occurred in the City of Hamilton. A vehicle operated by Ms. Dawn Safranyos, carrying four children, failed to yield the right of way and was “T-boned” at highway speed by an approaching vehicle.
8 Million Dollar Win at the Supreme Court of Canada
After winning a groundbreaking negligence ruling and award of $8 million for our catastrophically injured client in court in Ontario, we were successful at the Ontario Court of Appeal and again at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Spinal Cord Injury – Muir v. City of Brantford
Our client was rendered a quadriplegic after losing control of his bike along the Grand River. The City was ultimately found to be negligent for failing to notice and address unraveling pavement and loose rocks in such a dangerous location on the trail.
In the News
New Ontario law will allow only 60 days for possible slip and fall claim
People injured in slip and fall accidents in Ontario will soon need to think about legal action a lot sooner after their accident than they ever have in the past thanks to changes coming to the law that have significantly shortened the time within which to provide notice of a claim.
Pandemic precautions: When will the courts re-open?
Following the March 2020 suspension of all in-person operations at the Ontario Superior Court in March 2020 there have been many changes, and associated challenges, in the way that the legal system has operated over the last few months.
Ontario court rejects acquittal of Hamilton-area man found not guilty of 2nd-degree murder
Khill still faces an ongoing civil lawsuit in which Styres’ relatives are seeking more than $2 million in damages. Their lawyer, Rob Hooper, said on Wednesday that Khill has refused to be examined until the criminal case is resolved but the Appeal Court decision is what they were hoping for.
Families of Red Hill Valley Parkway crash victims launch $250M class-action lawsuit against City of Hamilton
Rob Hooper, from the Grosso Hooper firm and the lead lawyer in the claim, told Global News Radio that they are also seeking damages for the hidden study of 2013 and lack of remedial measures taken by the city in response to that report.
Family of Jon Styres suing Peter Khill for $2M
The spouse and two daughters of Jon Styres are suing Peter Khill, who admitted to shooting and killing Styres, for “loss of care” and “psychological damages” totalling more than $2 million.
‘Wanton and reckless disregard’: Woman’s family sues London hospital, doctors
"Jenepher spoke out herself when she was able about trying to get better care and processes for people with mental health issues and her mom wants to continue with that purpose in the hopes that nothing like this will happen again," said Mary Grosso.
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