Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer Brent Meadows
Brent Meadows joined our Ottawa personal injury team as an associate after working for the firm as an articling student. Brent practices in the area of civil litigation, with a focus on motor vehicle accident claims, accident benefits, occupiers’ liability, assault, and medical malpractice claims. He has appeared as counsel before the Superior Court, Small Claims Court and various tribunals. He is a member of OTLA and the Advocates’ Society, and the Vice-President of the Rehabilitation Centre Volunteer Association.
Brent has also published work for the CCLA Annual Civil Litigation Conference.
What drives this Ottawa injury lawyer?
Brent’s priority is always his clients. His drive, attention to detail, and strong work ethic allow him to consistently and efficiently resolve his clients’ legal disputes. Brent is a firm believer in working with the personal injury team and is there to assist not only his clients, but also their families. Brent is motivated by his desire to help people understand and navigate our complicated and often daunting legal system and ensure they are treated fairly.
Prior to law school, Brent worked at the City of Ottawa for nearly 5 years working extensively in emergency management, in collaboration with police, fire, and paramedics. Brent gained invaluable knowledge while in this position which he has incorporated into his practice.
In his spare time, Brent enjoys playing golf, hockey, and skiing. He is always looking to incorporate these activities into his travels.
Brent is pleased to offer his personal injury lawyer services and will travel to your home or hospital if you wish.
- 176 Bronson Ave
Ottawa ON, K1R 6H4
Free parking is available.
- 613-237-4922 ext. 241
Brent Meadows is an Ottawa personal injury lawyer who understands, who cares, and is here to help.
Our lawyers will travel to your home or hospital or wherever you are most comfortable meeting.
Here are just some of the associations Brent Meadows is a member of or has been involved with: