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Dale Orlando

Cottager and Critical Injury Lawyer at McLeish Orlando LLP

Dale received a B.A. in Economics from McMaster University in 1991, his law
degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1994 and was called to the
Ontario Bar in 1996.

Dale is one of the founding partners in McLeish Orlando LLP and is a lawyer that practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury litigation. McLeish Orlando LLP was recently recognized by Canadian Lawyer magazine as one of Canada’s top 5 personal injury law firms and Dale has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers Registry for 2012 and 2013.

Dale has represented catastrophically injured people and their family members throughout the Province of Ontario.

Dale is a Past President of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and is a
member of the American Association for Justice and the Advocates’
Society. He is a contributing author to A Guide to Personal Injury Practice in
Motor Vehicle Cases. Dale has acted as co-chair and lectured at conferences held
by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Advocates’ Society, The Canadian Institute, The Law Society of Upper Canada, the Carleton
County Law Association, the Ontario Bar and other legal organizations.

Additionally, Dale has appeared as a guest lecturer at the University of Western
Ontario, Osgoode Hall, Queens University, George Brown College and at various
community hospitals and legal clinics.

When Dale is not at work he enjoys spending time at the cottage with his wife and four children.
How to Avoid a Victoria Day

How to Avoid a Victoria Day Tragedy

While the Victoria Day weekend is one we all happily anticipate, for emergency room staff and too many Ontarians, it is also the beginning of trauma season; the time when getting to and from the cottage can be a killer due to drunk drivers on congested cottage country roads.
05/09/2013 05:41 EDT