Drew has an Engineering degree and spent several years working in the automotive industry in Detroit as a robotics engineer before attending law school.
In law school he was the Editor-in-Chief of the law review.
He has taught law class at the University of Windsor, Queens University, and Ryerson University.
He has published numerous articles related to personal injury litigation, including a chapter in a textbook on using demonstrative evidence at trial.
He is President of the Simcoe County Chapter of MADD Canada.
In his spare time he loves mountain biking, trail running, and snowshoeing with his two Huskies.
He likes to do home renovations and work on cars. You can often find him in his garage swinging a hammer or turning a wrench (and if not here, at Home Depot or Canadian Tire). He doesn’t have “lawyer hands”; they are calloused, always cut-up, and usually stained with grease. He is currently rebuilding an old beat-up Porsche.
What attracted him to this career path…. The main things he likes about this job is coming across people who are hurting, whose life has been thrown off track, and being able to do something about it; to help them and make their life better.
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”Just wanted to take a minute and thank you for your advice and expertise in all aspects of taking care of my best interests. I will continue to send clients that I think are true people not people just looking to make a quick buck by faking or trying to pull a fast one. I have sent two and both were accepted as far as they have told me and i hope things turn out well for all parties concerned.”
“I would like to take this time to thank you for your support, and above all your compassion for people’s feelings, and your helpful staff, always cheerful. I really enjoyed working with you. Brenda, I am happy you were there for me. Thanks so much.”
During your initial strategy session, we will assist you in creating a strategy in how to best pursue your claim, whether it be the result of a car accident claim, 18 wheeler injury, or, other kind of personal injury claim.
There are 5 points to your free claim strategy session:
First, we will listen to your story. You will have a chance to tell everything to someone who wants to hear what happened to you.
Based on the information you provide, we will give you our best advice on both what claims you have and the next steps you should consider to go forward with your claim.
If you claim is something that we think we can help you with, we will explain the services that we can provide for you, and what the next steps are that we should take. We will start working immediately.
If your matter is something that we do not think we can help you with, then we will attempt to put you in contact with another lawyer that might be able to help you.
Either way, what should happen is we will put to rest some of the unknowns that you may be experiencing. We will start to shed light on what you can expect and how to best pursue the benefits you deserve.
Auger Hollingsworth Personal Injury Lawyers represents injured people across Ontario. Note: This website provides information but not legal advice. Contact a lawyer for legal advice about your case. Every case is different.