Daniel Strigberger
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Profile Information

Current Title
Partner in Insurance Law Group
Current Employer
Miller Thomson LLP
Past Employment/Experience
Lawyer at Samis & Company.
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (2001)
Called to Ontario Bar (2002)
Waterloo, Ontario
Professional Summary
Providing litigation services to many of Canada's leading property and casualty insurers.

Expertise in inter-company priority and loss transfer disputes, representing clients in hundreds of such disputes over the years.

Acting for insurers’ interests in first party claims, coverage disputes, and tort actions. Several years of experience being lead counsel in matters before the courts, private arbitration tribunals, and at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.

Run a Twitter feed @insuranzlaw, broadcasting “tweets” about cases and news stories dealing with insurance law issues as they happen.
Associations and Groups
Canadian Defence Lawyers; OBA; Advocates Society

Daniel Strigberger's Blog

So is there a place for #humour in an insurance lawyer's Web site bio? |

Posted on December 10, 2012 at 8:03pm 0 Comments

So is there a place for #humour in an insurance lawyer's Web site bio? |


FSCO Guideline Calls on Insurers to Challenge Questionable or Abusive Claims

Posted on March 25, 2011 at 10:49pm 0 Comments

On March 22, 2011, FSCO quietly released P&C Bulletin No. A-02/11, called "Insurer Rights and Responsibilities to Challenge Questionable or Abusive Claims". The Guideline states that FSCO is trying to identify and respond to actions that are inconsistent with the recent auto reforms of September 1, 2010. Apparently FSCO is also "aware that a small group of service providers and representatives continue to abuse the system."


Some of the issues include treatment providers…


Div. Court Restores Confidence in Litigation Privilege

Posted on March 24, 2011 at 3:18pm 0 Comments

At a tort discovery, the plaintiff sought particulars of information contained in a signed statement the defendant gave to his insurer. The defendant refused on the basis of litigation privilege. The plaintiff brought a motion seeking an answer to the request for information. The Master denied the request on the basis of litigation privilege. On appeal, the motion judge referred to various cases as authority for the principle that questions on discovery seeking the facts of a party’s case do…


Proud to be a new member of Intouch!

Posted on January 11, 2011 at 8:38pm 1 Comment

I think this social network is fantastic! Looking forward to meeting more members.

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