Meghan M. Hull Jacquin
"I enjoy doing plaintiff work – helping individuals whose lives have been turned upside down by tragic accidents. It is a very rewarding job and I am fortunate to practice at HS&H where I get excellent mentoring, and am constantly challenged and encouraged to spread my wings."
Meghan Hull Jacquin was admitted to The Law Society of Upper Canada in 2005. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Carleton University with her Honours B.A. (History and Political Science) in 2001and from the University of New Brunswick's Faculty of Law with her LL.B in 2004. She is a member of the Advocates' Society, the Ontario Bar Association, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and the Toronto Lawyers Association. Meghan's practice is devoted to all types of personal injury litigation on behalf of plaintiffs.
Some of the highlights of Meghan's work at HS&H include several precedent-setting motions relating to the disclosure of SIU files, the application of forum non-convenience in an action where the negligence occurred in Cuba, the legal meaning of "parking lot", and the application of the Vollick decision she argued at the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Areas of Practice
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Slip and Falls
- Short and Long-term disability denials
- Medical Malpractice
- Other Personal Injury Cases on behalf of plaintiffs
- Ontario, 2005
- University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
- LL.B. - 2004
- Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
- B.A. (Honors) (Magna Cum Laude) - 2001
- Major: History and Political Science
Professional Associations and Memberships
- The Advocates' Society
- Ontario Bar Association
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
- Toronto Lawyers Association
- Women's Law Association of Ontario