Dina Mejalli - Partner
Practice Areas: Personal Injury, Motor Vehicle Accident Injury, Slip & Fall, Medical Malpractice, Disability Benefits
Dina is a Partner at Greg Monforton and Partners and focuses primarily on representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases, including those who have been injured in motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, medical malpractice as well as individuals that have been denied disability benefits.
Ms. Mejalli has represented clients before the Superior Court of Justice, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal and the Court of Appeal.
Dina has also been active with a number of organizations within her community. She currently supervises law students volunteering with Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women through Pro Bono Students Canada and is a member of the Annual Windsor Lawyers Feed the Hungry Bowl-a-Thon Committee.
Phone: (866) 320-4770
Memberships, Appointments & Associations
- Essex Law Association
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
- University of WindsorSessional Instructor
- Pro Bono Students Canada Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women
- Annual Windsor Lawyers Feed the Hungry Bowl-a-Thon Committee Member
- Organization of Counsel of Children's Aid Societies Past Executive Member
- Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, Law Society of Upper Canada, awarded to the 25 students attaining the highest grades in the Bar Admission Course
- S.J. Birnbaum Q.C. Scholarship, Law Society of Upper Canada, awarded for attaining the third highest grade in the bar admission estate planning course
- Sutts, Strosberg LLP Award, University of Windsor, awarded for attaining the highest grade in labour law
- Newton Rowell Law Scholarship, University of Windsor, awarded for academic excellence and commitment to the public service
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Ontario Bar, 2005
- University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, 2004
Publications & Decisions
- Successfully defended an appeal and obtained costs against the defendants who sought to have an Order of a Master set aside in the reported decision of Coleman v. Neagu, 2014 ONSC 6331
- Author of Paper on Defining Catastrophic Impairment: Advanced Research in SABS (Paper presented to the OTLA 2011 Spring Conference, 26 May 2011)
- Defended a motion brought by the defendants to strike the plaintiffs Statement of Claim and was successful in having same dismissed in the reported decision of Bolyantu v The Lawyer General of Canada, 2011 ONSC 2397
- Successfully argued that an injured party was not prohibited from commencing a civil action for damages by virtue of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (Ontario) in the reported decision of Davies v Aviva Canada Inc., 2011 ONWSIAT 981, Decision No. 147/11
- Successfully argued for the production by the Special Investigation Unit of their investigation file in the reported decision of Stein v. Windsor Police Services Board, 2012 ONSC 4521.