Mike was born and raised in Vancouver. He attended Dalhousie University where he studied business and entrepreneurship. Returning to the Lower Mainland for summers, Mike started a property maintenance business and later entered into real estate development. Upon completing those studies he worked for a developer acquiring large commercial properties.
Mike turned to law in 2009 as a suitably challenging career path. Since that time he has completed his law degree at Bond University and has worked on all types of injury claims from soft tissue to brain injury cases.
When Mike has time away from his work, he enjoys beach volleyball, cycling, traveling to sunny destinations and volunteering with a variety of disability groups and hospitals.
Mike acts exclusively for the injured and mistreated.
The Mount Polley mining disaster of August 4, 2014, shows that even sophisticated businesses fail to purchase enough insurance. In that case, the dam holding the tailings pond broke, sending 10 million cubic metres of debris into nearby lakes and streams. The cleanup costs are expected to reach into the hundreds of millions of dollars. …
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