Sarah Naiman is a compassionate advocate who joined Thomson Rogers in 2020. Prior to working at Thomson Rogers, Sarah worked for a large international insurance company. Her experience there gives her an edge in the personal injury industry because she knows first hand how to communicate effectively with insurance adjusters.
Sarah has experience in working with clients who have suffered from motor vehicle collisions, slip/trip and falls, assaults and dog attacks.
Sarah is a well rounded lawyer who understands that learning also happens outside of the workplace. She has taught as a trial advocacy advisor for Ryerson’s LPP program, volunteered her time at Pro Bono Ontario, run dozens of events for the organization Young Women in Law, and currently sits on the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee through the Advocates’ Society.
Sarah is a proud graduate of the University of Toronto and the University of Windsor.
In her free time, Sarah loves to travel, cheer on the Raptors, and spend time outdoors with her family and friends.
Year of Call
- Juris Doctor, University of Windsor (2013)
- Member, Board of Directors, Young Advocates’ Standing Committee
- Member, Young Women in Law
- Member of the Law Society of Ontario