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A champion for the rights of injured persons, Bill Morris has an enviable track record of winning complex and challenging personal injury cases. He is actively involved in many of the firm’s cases and works closely with the firm’s lawyers, health professional and consultants.

One of Canada’s leading personal injury lawyers, William “Bill” Morris has more than 49 years of experience practising personal injury law in Hamilton. He is certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Bill is widely recognized as a pioneer and innovator in personal injury law. He founded his own firm in 1960. The Morris Law Group was the first law firm in Ontario to hire a full-time occupational therapist and registered nurse to provide expert medical advice and support for his clients. Bill also saw the need to provide ongoing support for his clients throughout the claims process. He created a separate company, Accident Benefits Consultants, to provide that assistance.

He is the 2006 recipient of the Emelius Irving Award, given by the Hamilton Law Association in recognition of distinguished service to the legal community. Bill has addressed legal, medical and insurance organizations across Canada over the years in personal injury matters.

Bill has served as President of the Hamilton Law Association, President of the Hamilton Medical- Legal Society, President of the Hamilton Jewish Federation Canada, President of the League for Human Rights of B’nai B’rith Canada, and President of B’nai B’rith. In addition, he has served the public in many executive and member capacities.

William's areas of focus

Decisions

Violi v. General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada

Sep 27, 2007

Mascitti v. Gore

Aug 17, 2005

Murphy v. Welsh

Sep 2, 1993

Janiak v. Ippolito

Mar 14, 1985

Operated by William Morris Professional Corporation