Why is your best offer a Kristoffer?
I am a ‘jack of all trades mastering in some’. I focus on my specializations while retaining a working knowledge of other departments and areas of interest to be a more effective team member in my firm, as well as provide exemplary results for my clients.
My specialization starts with personal injury, which I have refined through the years. Now, I am starting to get into a number of different areas including real estate, estates law, immigration, contract law, and corporate law.
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One of the most important skills for a lawyer is the ability to find, communicate with and retain clients. I use my personal branding as an example of how I build strong relationships by offering solutions to client challenges.
In harmony with my professional work, I am a firm believer in contributing back to society and I actively try to find the time to support and lend my skills and experiences to much needed causes in our local community.
Most Recent Blog Entries
As a dog owner, it pains me to have to write this article because in the process of doing so, I am also acknowledging that some animals through no fault of their own and through the neglect of their owners, may face the consequences of attacking another person or pet. That being said, a few
When a bicyclist gets into an accident involving a motor vehicle, it is common for them to not know that they may be entitled to the same compensation as passengers or drivers injured in a car accident. Under the laws of Ontario, there are two avenues of compensation that a bicyclist can claim: They can make an
The Journey of Love Article has been released! Check it out here. It’s a summation of the work we did in Tacloban Philippines following Typhoon Yolanda and Typhoon Ruby.
I love opportunities to share what I know, and what I am learning with other people. I hope by sharing my insights and experiences with you, then you in turn may do the same through a kind message or even an offer for a cup of coffee. I try to be mindful that “knowledge increases by sharing but not by saving.”