With over 25 years of legal experience as well as a wealth of life experience gained from being a teacher, guidance counsellor and principal, our clients know they can count on Doug to zealously prosecute their personal injury claims and provide kind, insightful guidance through the process.
- Susan Kozul
Doug practices in our Litigation group with a primary focus on personal injury matters where he represents individuals who have suffered catastrophic life changing injuries, families who have lost loved ones due to negligent acts of others or widows who have lost their husbands through workplace injuries. He also practices in the area of sexual assaults where he represents individuals who have been sexually assaulted while at work, by a professional caregiver, while confined in an institution by a government authority or by court order.
After working as a teacher, guidance counselor and high school principal, Doug decided to switch gears and pursue his law degree – and has been practicing primarily in the area of personal injury for over 25 years.
When he’s not in the office or in court, you’ll find Doug exploring or woodworking.
Court of King’s Bench of Alberta
- Munroe v Levin (Aubrey Levin Professional Corporation), 2015 ABQB 512
- Swagar v Loblaws Inc. (The Real Canadian Superstore), 2014 ABQB 58
- Homes by Avi Ltd. v. Alberta (Workers’ Compensation Board, Appeals Commission), 2007 ABQB 203
- Merchant Law Group v. McLeod & Co., 2005 ABQB 875
- Forrest v. Ostrovsky, 2002 ABQB 1115
- Aschacker v. Doe, 1998 ABQB 169
- Member, Law Society of Alberta
- Member, Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
- LL.B., University of Calgary
- B.A., University of Calgary
- B.Ed., University of Alberta
- Admitted to the Law Society of Alberta, 1994