CONTACTS

Tel: 519.426.6763
hofstetter@mhnlawyers.com

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Personal Injury
Disability Claims

EDUCATION

Law Clerk Diploma – Mohawk College

Pre-Health Sciences Certificate – Fanshawe College

Amy Hofstetter has been working hard for injured victims in her capacity as a personal injury law clerk since 1997.  The first part of Amy’s career was spent working at big personal injury firms in the City, but being a Simcoe native, Amy returned home to Norfolk County and has been working with Paul Hosack since 2013.

Amy is passionate about the victims she helps.  She has compassion and understanding and is always there to assist her clients through the difficult and stressful times.  Amy has decades of experience in Plaintiff personal injury matters and is well versed in Accident Benefits claims and litigation.  She has prepared for and been involved in many trials throughout her career.  Amy’s and Paul’s combined experience leads to a very effective legal team where clients can focus on healing while they deal with the legalities and ensure their clients’ are receiving appropriate compensation.

Amy is a past Board member of Community Living Access.  Amy is an active member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (“OTLA”).  She was vice-chair of the Law Clerks Section of OTLA from 2013 through 2015, has written papers, presented at multiple conferences, and in 2013 OTLA presented Amy with the Outstanding Law Clerk Award.  On May 30, 2019 Amy was honoured to receive the Distinguished Service Award from OTLA.  Amy is the first law clerk to ever receive this award.”

Amy was one of the first in her industry to realize that insurers were improperly deducting HST from the benefit limits of innocent motor vehicle collision victims.  She filed the first complaint with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (“FSCO”), and although that insurer reimbursed our client the funds, other insurers continued to improperly deduct HST.  Through Amy’s efforts our firm continued fighting this issue with the insurers which led others to do the same which then spurred OTLA to get involved in the matter.  The continued fight on this issue led to OTLA members bringing class action lawsuits against the offending insurers.

Amy L. Hofstetter

Law Clerk to R. Paul Hosack

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