Jono Schneider

Jono Schneider

Jono is a co-founder and partner at Schneider Law Firm.  He completed a degree in economics at McGill University in 2004, obtained his law degree from Queens Law School in 2008, and was called to the bar in Ontario in 2009.  He has been practicing personal injury litigation, insurance litigation, property loss, and high-end litigation ever since.  Jono has substantial experience handling catastrophic loss claims, death, brain injury, orthopedic injuries, chronic pain syndrome, psychological disability, and property loss claims.

Jono started out working at one of the largest law firms in Canada and came to realize that he wanted to help people in a more personal capacity.  Jono has been helping personal injury victims ever since and is known as a tenacious litigator.  He has proceeded to trial and arbitration on several occasions where he has obtained results including proving an inability to return to work, access to enhanced medical benefits, and penalties against the insurance companies for treating accident victims in bad faith.

Jono has an entrepreneurial spirit and economics background which provides an added advantage to his clients in addition to his legal expertise.  Jono understands the particular challenges that face self-employed accident victims and uses that knowledge to help advance their cases.

When not at work he is actively involved in playing sports including basketball, baseball, and ball hockey.  He is a world traveler including spending time in South America, South East Asia, the far East, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe.  He plays poker, enjoys a good book, and is the ultimate Raptors fan.

Jono is a hard worker who makes sure that his clients get the best representation possible.  He enjoys acting as an advocate and cares deeply about his client’s rights.

Get Connected:

Email: jschneider@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 202

Law Clerk: Sarah Aghajan: saghajan@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 207

Law Clerk: Mynthiny Math: mmath@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 206

Law Clerk: Esha Rani: erani@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 205

Law Clerk: Michael Barbuzzi mbarbuzzi@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 208

Reception: reception@schneiderlawfirm.ca
Phone: 416-849-6633 x 200

 

REPORTED DECISIONS (limited 2013-2018) by date

  • Shannon Hamilton v Social Justice Tribunal, 1609-04696

A hearing to determine whether or not Ms. Hamilton was entitled to compensation as a result of a shooting.

  • Magdalene Agbonlahor v Unifund Assrance, 17-554/AABS

A hearing to determine whether or not Ms. Agbonlahor was required to send her own insurance company the results of a medical examination that was conducted in the case against another insurance company in the tort action.

  • Magdalene Agbonlahor v Unifund Assrance, 17-554/AABS

A hearing to determine whether or not the insurance company is required to disclose the actual raw test data that their psychologist had Ms. Agbonlahor complete.

  • Jaclyn Lefebvre v. Aviva Insurance, Divisional Court, 2018 ONSC 5676

An appeal regarding whether or not Ms. Lefebvre had applied for benefits to her insurance company.

  • Suvisiny Sivananthan v Coachman Insurance Appeal, 2018-05-08, Reg 34/10

An appeal to the finding that Ms. Sivananthan was entitled to all benefits disputed in the original arbitration.

  • M. v Certas Direct Insurance, 2018 CanLII 2305

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s decision to limit the Applicant’s entitlement to medical benefits.

  • Michael Harrison v Mylwaganam et al., CV-16-126909 (unreported)

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s decision to pursue Mr. Harrison for missing information.

  • Suvisiny Sivananthan v Coachman Insurance, Arbitration, 2017-11-17, Reg 34/10

An arbitration disputing the denial of Ms. Sivananthan’s wage loss benefits, medical benefits, and a special award.

  • Sameena Mir et. al. v Allstate Insurance et al. 2017 ONSC 6267

A hearing to determine whether or not the insurance company is required to disclose the surveillance they obtained of Ms. Mir.

  • Baljit Sandhu v Aviva Insurance et al., CV-14-5875 (unreported)

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s decision to pursue Mrs. Sandhu for missing information.

  • Bindu Patel v Unifund Assurance. Arbitration, 2017-11-17, Reg 34/10

An arbitration disputing the denial of whether or not Ms. Patel suffers from a “catastrophic impairment”, her treatment benefits, and a special award.

  • Thoi Nguyen v Kojo. 2017 ONSC 2014

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s demand that Mr. Nguyen attend an appointment with a physiatrist prior to his trial.

  • Bindu Patel v Unifund Assurance. FSCO A15-8374

A hearing to determine whether or not the insurance company could require Ms. Patel to attend appointments with their doctors and to delay the scheduled hearing.

  • A. v Certas Direct Insurance. 17-787/AABS

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s decision to deny payment of a wage loss benefit, medical expenses, and a special award.

  • J. v Travelers Insurance. 2017 CanLII 81575

A hearing disputing the insurance company’s decision to deny that a 6 year old girl was covered by her parents insurance, the denial of payment for her psychological counselling, and a special award.

  • Neil Bolen v Jastrzebska. 2017 ONWSIAT 331

A hearing disputing whether or not Mr. Bolen is legally permitted to sue the defendant.

  • Javed Rentiya v Wawanesa Insurance. Arbitration, 2016-09-19, Reg 34/10

An arbitration disputing the termination of Mr. Rentiya’s income replacement benefits, the non-payment of his treatment, and a special award.

  • Atwal v Reilly Groups et al. Decision No. 130/16

A hearing disputing whether or not Mr. Atwal is legally permitted to sue the defendant.

  • Yodit Lakew v Munro. 2014 ONSC 7316

A dispute over costs at the conclusion of a three week jury trial.