The Greater Toronto Area
Toronto's Premier Family-First Law Firm For
Personal Injury, Long-Term Disability and Wrongful Dismissal
Over 3,500 Families Helped.
More than $60 Million in Settlements for Clients
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With over 60 years of collective experience and over $60 Million in settlements recovered for clients, Stephen Benjamin is a Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer that takes an educational, family-like approach in representing his clients' personal injury and long-term disability claims throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
WHY THE BENJAMIN LAW TEAM IS DIFFERENT
They provide step-by-step instructions to their clients during the entire litigation process. This helps mitigate any financial risks or hardships which may occur throughout the duration of the case. This education-first approach is why Benjamin Law has some of the most trusted Personal Injury and Long-Term Disability Lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area.
Founding and Managing Partner
30 Years of Experience
Over 3,500 Clients Helped Over $60 Million Recovered For Clients
Stephen Benjamin is an accomplished and passionate attorney with over 30 years of experience transforming the lives of his clients throughout the Greater Toronto Area, through his guidance, coaching, and legal representation.
His years of experience working with the Attorney General of Ontario, provided him keen, in-depth insight into the mistreatment and neglect of visual minorities and immigrants from insurance companies and lawyers. It is thus these inequalities that he and his team at Benjamin Law have pledged to rectify with their educational and family-like approach to their clients' Personal Injury and Long-Term Disability cases.
North York is a former township and city and is now one of the six administrative districts of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the northern area of Toronto, centred around Yonge Street, north of Ontario Highway 401. It is bounded by York Region to the north at Steeles Avenue, on the west by the Humber River, on the east by Victoria Park Avenue. Its southern boundary corresponds to the northern boundaries of the former municipalities of Toronto: York, Old Toronto and East York. As of the 2016 Census, the district has a population of 644,685.North York was created as a township in 1922 out of the northern part of the former township of York, a municipality that was located along the western border of Old Toronto.