Michael L. Bennett

Michael L. Bennett


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Michael L. Bennett was admitted to the Law Society of Ontario in 2000. Since that time, he has worked exclusively in the field of Personal Injury Law. In his first two years of practice, Michael represented several insurance companies and the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. Michael has now restricted his practice to the representation of injured persons and their families.

Michael has appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal, Superior Court of Justice of Ontario, Financial Services Commission of Ontario, the Licencing Appeals Tribunal and other regulatory bodies on subjects concerning insurance coverage, benefit entitlements, the rights and responsibilities of insurers and, of course, Catastrophic Impairment issues.

Michael is a caring yet fearless advocate on behalf of his clients. He is willing to go the extra mile to see clients receive the treatment they require and deserve with a special interest in complicated orthopaedic injuries, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.

Michael Bennett has worked at Thomson Rogers since 2002 and has been a partner there since 2008 where he continues to practice.

Year of Call



  • Bachelor of Arts, University of McGill (1995)
  • Bachelor of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School (1998)


  • Listed in The Best Lawyers™
  • LEXPERT Ranked Lawyer
  • The Canadian Bar Association
  • The Metropolitan Toronto Lawyers Association
  • Ontario Brain Injury Association
  • Board member with the Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton
  • Member of FAIR (Fair Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform)



After a serious accident, Christine didn’t know if she would one day be able to look up at the sky again. She couldn’t move. It hurt so much. She feared losing her independence and never being able to see her dogs again. In a fraction of a second, everything disappeared.

Then Christine found Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Michael Bennett, who helped her navigate through all the implications of her serious accident, allowing her to focus on recovery.

Braeden and Kyra W.

We cannot describe the relief we all feel that after 9-1/2 years we can finally remember Jamie the way he deserves to be remembered. It truly is over. And what a marathon this has been. Michael Bennett and Kelly Clovecko were so patient and understanding, and so kind about explaining things. It truly did make the journey a little less difficult. Thank you for helping us navigate all this.



I would like to express my gratitude to Mr. M. Bennett for his expertise in seeing my case to a satisfactory resolution, and also Ms. Clovecko and Ms. Katkouskaya. It was a relief to know that I was represented by such a highly regarded law firm, and I would not hesitate in recommending you to others.

I thank you for your kind well wishes for the future, and I wish the joys of the upcoming season to all of you and all the best in the New Year.

T. Hunter

Dear Michael Bennett,

On behalf of the Physical Therapy class of 2010 at the University of Toronto, I would like to thank you for taking the time to present your lecture about Business and Practice Management on September 1, 2009. This content will be very important to us during our clinical placements and subsequent career in Physical Therapy because legal matters play a crucial role in many injuries and accidents. We enjoyed your enthusiasm for the topic and your presentation of the information was interesting and engaging. We appreciate your expertise which helped us grasp the content with ease.

A. Tang and K. Moody

Dear Mr. Bennett,

On behalf of the Physical Therapy Department and the students we would like to thank you for participating in Unit 5, the Neurological Physical Therapy component of the professional master’s curriculum. Your lecture on Business & Resource Management: Legal Issues was extremely interesting and well-received by the students. The students appreciated the presentation, commenting on the relevance of the content, especially as they embark on their journey into clinical practice.

We recognize the time and effort involved in preparing and delivering such lectures and would like to add that your contribution was a valuable part of the learning experience in Unit 5. It is the participation of dedicated and highly skilled professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds that makes the Unit a success.

Thank you again for sharing your expertise.




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