Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer Kevan Wylie:
Tel: 613 233-4529 Email: [email protected]
Since his call to the bar in 2016, Kevan has exclusively represented plaintiffs in civil litigation matters. Kevan handles a wide range of personal injury claims on behalf of his clients, including motor vehicle accidents, accident benefit claims, long term disability insurance, trip and falls, municipal claims, and CPP Disability appeals.
Kevan takes a firm but principled approach to litigation. He has successfully argued interlocutory motions before the Superior Court of Justice. Some notable matters are:
Letchumanan v. Jeyaseelan et al., 2021 ONSC 5253 – successfully opposed a motion for a defence medical examination, with costs payable from the Defendant.
Loye v. Bowers, 2019 ONSC 6651 – successfully opposed a Rule 21 motion. The Plaintiff was entitled to rebut the presumption under s22.1 of the Evidence Act by producing “evidence to the contrary.”
S.L. v. Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, 2020 CanLII 19560 (ON LAT) – successful IRB claim at the License Appeal Tribunal.
1601-00285R (Re), 2018 ONSBT 3703 (CanLII) – successful appeal in overturning the Director’s decision.
A.L. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development, 2018 SST 170 – leave to appeal granted. The Appellant argued that the General Division made an error of law in deciding that the Appellant’s receipt of long term disability benefits are considered “substantially gainful” earnings under the CPP legislation. The appeal was ultimately allowed.
Kevan graduated from the University of Toronto’s limited enrollment program, Ethics, Society & Law in 2012. He subsequently earned a Juris Doctor from Bond University in Australia in 2015. When he isn’t litigating, Kevan can be found jogging, weightlifting, snowboarding, or portaging in our beautiful Provincial Parks.