Ben Azimi

Bahman (“Ben”) Azimi is the founder and president of Azimi Law. Prior to founding Azimi Law, Ben had gained substantial experience in the areas of Personal Injury Law.

Mr. Azimi is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Canadian Bar Association, and a graduate of the the University of Windsor Law School. He is a public notary and duly-sworn Solicitor of the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Ontario Court of Justice.

Ben has dealt with all facets of personal injury claims including slip and fall and Occupiers Liability Act, property loss, motor vehicle accident tort claims and accident benefit claims. He is well-known by his clients as a passionate and prepared advocate.

Contact Ben for a free consultation. If necessary Ben will travel to see you at home or at the hospital or at a rehabilitation facility. Ben will also see you at his office and will arrange transportation for you.

Ben represents those who have been injured in an accident or have suffered an injury or harm caused by the negligence of a third party. He has dealt with and has over the years gained substantial exposure to all facets of personal injury claims.
Ben’s obsession with providing his clients with the best legal service they deserve has consistently led his existing and former clients to refer him personal injury claims of their friends or loved ones, time and time again. His timely, transparent, and respectable approach with dealing with his clients has developed him the reputation as the “Lawyer that cares”.

It is well-known and common knowledge that most personal injury cases settle, but in the event that an insurer is unwilling to resolve a file or claim on a reasonable basis, the team at Azimi Law will not hesitate to take the case to trial and/or arbitration.

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