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Mohamed Elbassiouni is a Personal Injury Lawyer and heads up the Accident Benefits team.
Mohamed’s practice is devoted to accident benefits claims on behalf of injured accident victims.
He has conducted numerous arbitration hearings before The Financial Services Commission of Ontario, ADR, and the LAT. During his career, Mohamed has successfully won cases for his clients at the Arbitration and Appeal levels.
He has more than 12 years of accident benefits experience. He is committed to helping those who have been treated unfairly and unreasonably denied their benefits by insurance companies.
He has Baccalaureate in Laws (LL.B.) from Alexandria University and completed his Master of Law (LL.M) at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. He holds a Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards & Tribunals.
Mohamed believes that when you understand the law, you can better apply it to serve your clients. He believes that it is the needs of his clients and their long-term quality of life that are central, above all else. Mohamed has helped injured victims resolve many complex cases over his career.
Mohamed has challenged recently the constitutionality of the Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) in Abyan and Sovereign Insurance Company. This is a unique decision as it happened to be the first decision from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario to declare that parts of the MIG are unconstitutional.
Mohamed was invited as a guest speaker at the Law Society of Ontario’s Legal research program.
He is fluent in English and Arabic.
Mohamed Elbassiouni’s Team
- Ms. Parwinder Bhullar, Ext 222
Law Clerk to Mohamed Elbassiouni
Mohamed’s decisions include:
Abyan v. Sovereign General Insurance Preliminary hearing, 2017-09-14
Ferawana and State Farm Arbitration, 2016-08-29
Mohamud Elmi and State Farm Appeal, 2016-03-22
Rafat and Aviva Arbitration, 2015-05-21