Insurance

Robertson Stromberg serves Saskatchewan’s insurance and risk management communities with professional and high-quality service.

Our lawyers defend insurance companies against first and third party claims including:

  • aviation
  • bad faith
  • casualty
  • complex property damage claims and products liability claims
  • defence of professionals under errors and omissions insurance
  • defence to claims dealing with coverage issues
  • environmental
  • life and disability
  • personal injury
  • transportation

Robertson Stromberg provides advice with respect to coverage issues.

Our insurance lawyers have excellent track records settling insurance issues through both negotiation and litigation. Our multi-disciplinary approach means you have access to the best advice possible from a wide range of specialties.

M Kim Anderson, Q.C.

Direct: (306) 933-1344
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: mk.anderson@rslaw.com

Jared D. Epp

Direct: (306) 933-1326
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: j.epp@rslaw.com

Timothy P. Hawryluk, Q.C.

Direct: (306) 933-1357
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: t.hawryluk@rslaw.com

Jennifer D. Pereira, Q.C.

Direct: (306) 933-1320
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: j.pereira@rslaw.com

Gary D. Young, Q.C.

Direct: (306) 933-1307
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: g.young@rslaw.com
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