Many of Brad’s clients come from people he has already represented. His loyal dedication to their well-being and health is evidenced by the referrals he receives from his clients and their families, along with professionals in the medical and legal community.
Brad’s practice is devoted to short- and long-term disability benefits disputes against insurers, motor vehicle accident claims, and occupiers’ liability cases on behalf of disabled and injured individuals and their families. Brad also represents both male and female survivors of sex assault/abuse by teachers, coaches, religious leaders, and foster parents across Ontario.
“Brad knows personal injury and disability law, and what it takes to get results.” That’s what his clients say: that he is smart, compassionate, practical, and results-oriented – and he is proud to uphold the Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP reputation of relentlessly pursuing the rights of disabled and injured people throughout Ontario.
Brad and his team talk with you in terms that make sense, and represent you with respect and compassion.
Brad is the Chair of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) Long Term Disability Section.
Brad also holds membership and leadership roles at several legal and community organizations, and is regularly invited to chair, or speak and lecture at their events and seminars, including the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), the Advocates’ Society, the Ontario Bar Association, and others.
Brad holds a Certificate in Litigation, Dispute Resolution and the Administration of Justice from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Forestall v. Carrol, Dec. 16, 2012, Appeal to the Divisional Court, Spence J., Court File No. -7-CV-338083PD2
Forestall v. Carrol, 2011 (ONSC 410)
Thompson v. Musliyan, 2010 ONSC 5351 (Ontario Superior Court of Justice 2010)
De Corso v. Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, Court File No.: C-236-08 (The Hon. Mr. Justice P.B. Hambly Kitchener, Ontario 2009)
Corcoran v. McIntyre and Super Service Rubber Stamp and Sign Ltd., 2009 ONWSIAT 1450 (Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal 2009)
Schrobbak et al. v. Latour, et al., Court File No.: 06-CV-319616P2 (Ontario Superior Court of Justice The Hon. Mr. Justice Lederer 2007)
Settlements & Verdicts
Lawyer and Paralegal Referrals
Mitch Worsoff, Worsoff & Associates
Long-Term Disability Series: Own Occupation Versus Any Occupation, HSH Blog, August 2017
Long-Term Disability Series: Opioid Alternatives and Chronic Pain, HSH Blog, August 2017
Long-Term Disability Series: CPP Disability Benefits – Should I Apply?, HSH Blog, June, 2017
Bell’s Let’s Talk Campaign: Change Starts With An Understanding of Mental Health, HSH Blog, January 2017
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Jury Duty: The Trial Continues, HSH Blog, January 2017
Fibromyalgia/Chronic Pain Syndrome – Painful Impact on Work and Life, HSH Blog, October 2016
Depression’s Impact On Life & Work – The Importance of Disability Insurance Benefits, HSH Blog, October 2016
Signs An Insurer Is Not Negotiating A Long Term Disability Claim in Good Faith, HSH Blog, July 2016
Veterans Deserve PTSD Disability Presumption, HSH Blog, September 2016
What You Need To Know About Long Term Disability (LTD) Claims, HSH Blog, July 26, 2016
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Life (and Work) Interrupted, HSH Blog, June 22, 2016
Prostate Cancer: Survival and Beyond – Navigating Short Term and Long Term Disability, HSH Blog, June 16, 2016
Brain Injury: Pedestrian Struck by A-Frame Sign Awarded Nearly $3 Million, HSH News, March 17, 2016
News & Media
The 70th Annual OPA Conference, Ontario Psychological Association, November 2-14, 2017
OTLA Long Term Disability Conference, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, May 26, 2017
Understanding the Medicine Behind the Law and How This Impacts a Client’s Case, Ontario Bar Association, September 22, 2016
Co-Chairing Two Day Disability Insurance Conference, The Canadian Institute, September 14-15, 2016
Long Term Disability Issues, Ontario Trial Lawyers Webinar, June 8, 2016
Chairing Round Table Discussion, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, May 26-27, 2016
Understanding Case Law, Insurance Institute of Ontario, February 25, 2016
Be in the Know: Employers Right of Subrogation, Schedule 2 Employers’ Group Conference, October 6, 2015
Medical-Legal Issues for Nurses, St. Catherines General Hospital, May 6, 2014
What’s Old Is New Again: The Transition Between The Old and New SABS, Osgoode Professional Development Conference, 2010
Changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, Herzing College, 2010
Plaintiff Counsel Perspectives in Occupiers Liability, Canadian Defence Lawyers, 2010
Working with Experts and Demonstrative Aids, Ontario Bar Association, 2010
10 Things (More or Less) You Need to Know about the Law (or Changes Thereto), Canadian Defence Lawyers, 2010
Strengthening Your Case Through The Use of Experts, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, 2010
Cementing Your Settlement Position Through The Use of Experts, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Canadian Institute, 2009
Top 10 Accident Benefits Cases of 2008, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, 2009
Personal, Industry and Community Activity
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2004
LLB, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, 2004
BA, Political Science (Honors), Brock University, 2000
Journalism, Niagara College, 1998
Professional Associations and Memberships
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Chair of Long Term Disability Section, 2015 – Present
Ontario Bar Association
Canadian Bar Association
The Advocates’ Society
Toronto Lawyers Association
Mood Disorder Association of Ontario
Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST)
Brad Moscato’s Team
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Since 2011 Canadian Lawyer Magazine rated us one of the top personal injury law firms in Canada. Why? With more than 30 years experience helping accident victims and their families, we understand the laws that affect your rights to compensation because we’ve helped shape those laws in favour of accident victims.
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