Over 30 years experience winning personal injury trials, Tim knows first hand the broader impact that a favourable outcome at trial can have in protecting the public, and in some cases even changing the law for the better…
Tim Boland is a trial lawyer for the seriously injured. He has extensive trial experience and numerous precedent-setting verdicts on behalf of individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord trauma, serious orthopedic injuries, psychological injuries and those who have lost loved ones.
Tim is most proud of his cases that have changed the law for the better. Tim has co-chaired, presented, and demonstrated at many conferences dedicated to personal injury law and trial advocacy and has lectured at many continuing legal education seminars.
He has published extensively in the areas of personal injury law and trial advocacy, including as co-author of the chapter on municipal liability in the Oatley McLeish Guide to Personal Injury Practice in Motor Vehicle Cases. Tim is a former Director of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), where he has chaired many important committees, including Access to Justice. He is involved in a number of community activities, including the Lids on Kids program sponsored by his firm to provide bicycle helmets for children from disadvantaged backgrounds in York Region.