Gordon Good, Personal Injury Litigation Lawyer
For more than 33 years, Gordon Good has been representing the injured, working with their families, and helping people claim their rightful compensation after being injured as a result of the fault of others.
When you hire Gordon, you talk to Gordon. Gordon returns client calls and e-mails personally.
Gordon has earned a reputation for knowing the law, and treating his clients with respect and compassion.
A long-time London, Ontario resident, Gordon never represents insurance companies. He has been an active member and director of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, a group of lawyers who represent individuals and not insurance companies.
LSUC Admission Date:
Membership # 22309Q
Education and Affiliations:
- 1975-77 – 2 years of Economics, University of Western Ontario
- 1980 – University of Windsor, LL.B
- 1981 – 1989 – Burgard, Robinson
- 1990 – 2004 – Gordon Good, Barrister and Solicitor
- 2005 – present – Good Law Office Professional Corporation
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Director 1998 – 2008, 2009 – to present
- American Association for Justice
(Association of Trial Lawyers of America)
- Canadian Bar Association
- Middlesex Law Association
- “Judicial Trends: The Cost of Future Care & Loss of Valuable Services Across the Atlantic Provinces,” Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association Conference, June 6, 2014.
- “To Deduct or Not To Deduct: The Treatment of Collateral Benefits in Tort,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Litigator, July 2012.
- “Everything You Need to Know About: HOOPP Disability Regime,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Spring Conference, 2007.
- “The Woes of Surveillance: Best Practices for Using the Surveillance to Your Client’s Advantage,” The Canadian Institute, November 7-8, 2006.
- “Accessing the Crown Brief,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Litigator, Fall 2006.
- “Do You See What I See – Update on Surveillance,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall Conference, 2006.
- “AVIVA: Ontario’s Unum Provident,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall Conference, 2004.
- “Bill 59: Carrying Your Client Over the Threshold,” Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall Conference, October 26, 2001.
Sample Reference Cases:
- Guignard v Hall, 2013 NBQB 7,  NBJ No 440
- Webber v State Farm, FSCO A06-002695
- Lee v Certas, FSCO A03-000041
- Spencer (Litigation guardian of) v Szicsak,  OJ No 4638, 153 ACWS (3d) 795
- Doiron v Bugge,  OJ No 4285, 258 DLR (4th) 716
- Griscti v Non-Marine Underwriters, FSCO A01-000471
- Catt v Pafco, Appeal: P97-00001
- Hewitt (Litigation Guardian of) v Campbell,  OJ No 3083, 37 OTC 216
- Catt v Pafco, OIC A96-000210