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Specialization Is Our Law Firm’s Strength. More Personal injury Experience, More Results.

By choosing Lamont Law to represent you, you’ll benefit from our focus on personal injury cases, accident benefits, car and motor vehicle accidents, dog attacks, slip and falls, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, wrongful death claims, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, long-term disability denials, and so much more. Our Hamilton law firm is comprised of a collaborative and compassionate team who listens – and then takes action.

LAW SCHOOL: University of Western Ontario
BAR ADMISSION: The Law Society of Ontario (LSO) – 1976

Michael Lamont graduated from the University of Guelph in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Economics. Following his undergraduate experience, he attended the University of Western Ontario, graduating with a LLB in 1974. In 1976, Michael was called to the Bar. In the early days of his career, Michael practiced in both criminal law and civil litigation. Over the past 40 years, Michael has honed his skills as a personal injury lawyer advocating for victims who have been harmed by no fault of their own. Because of Michael Lamont’s experience and expertise, he is recognized as a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario.

Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, he is one of eight children raised in a single income home where his father was a union worker in one of the large steel mills in the city. Michael’s mother was a stay-at-home mom who was very proud of Michael’s accomplishments. Having strong roots in Hamilton, Michael is a proud supporter of many local charities and organizations. In 2016, Michael was awarded the John F. Evans Award of Community Distinction. He believes in giving back to his community and encouraging the revitalization of the city he loves, Hamilton.

Michael Lamont has built a law firm with a team of experienced attorneys and paralegals who advocate for their clients in an effort to resolve their cases quickly and efficiently. At Lamont Law, the personal injury lawyers and paralegals understand the law and the legal hurdles faced by accident victims. The team at Lamont Law strives to ensure their clients are informed throughout the litigation process.

Throughout his career, Michael Lamont has advocated for victims with catastrophic injuries including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractured bones, amputations, scarring, burns, and other serious injuries including mental illness, severe depression, anxiety and cognitive changes.

LAW SCHOOL: University of Calgary
BAR ADMISSION: The Law Society of Ontario (LSO) – 2014

Erica is a personal injury lawyer, born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. She attended the University of Waterloo, obtaining a Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Science and Business, specializing in Biochemistry with a minor in Economics. After her undergraduate degree, she attended the University of Calgary where she earned a Masters of Science degree specializing in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

After graduating, she took a brief hiatus to work at a prominent department store in Calgary, where she worked with wonderful people, surrounded by beautiful things, and enjoyed the “fun” of a retail environment. Before long, she decided to look to the future. Throughout her experience and her educational journey, she kept circling the field of law. With a background in science, Erica believed she could use her knowledge when reviewing client’s medical information and building a case. She returned to the University of Calgary and graduated with a Juris Doctor in 2013. Prior to joining Lamont Law, Erica articled at an insurance defence firm in Hamilton. Erica was called to the Bar in 2014.

Erica is an elected counsel member of the Ontario Bar Association and serves as the Regional Director for the Central South Region. Erica is the past vice chair of the New Lawyers’ Subdivision of the Hamilton Law Association, a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the Advocates’ Society. Erica serves on the Board of Directors for the Dundas Valley School of Art and is a past member of the Board of Directors for Food4Kids Ontario. Erica is a proud Hamiltonian and supports small businesses and charities in her local community.

LAW SCHOOL: University of Windsor
BAR ADMISSION: The Law Society of Ontario (LSO) – 2022

Braden is an associate lawyer at Lamont Law and exclusively practices in personal injury law. 

Braden is known for his personable and charismatic style inside and outside of the courtroom which helps him deliver efficient and favourable results for his clients. 

Braden graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Political Science from King’s University College in 2018. He earned his law degree from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, in 2021. Braden was called to the Bar in 2022.

Prior to joining Lamont Law, Braden articled and worked with a well-known insurance defence firm in Hamilton. This experience gives him valuable insight into how insurance companies operate and deal with personal injury matters. 

Braden uses his expertise in insurance law to advocate for the rights of injured people in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, as well as at various tribunals across Ontario.

Braden is passionate about the Hamilton community. He serves on the Hamilton Law Association New Lawyers’ Subcommittee and the John Sopinka United Way Committee. Braden is also a member of the Hamilton Lawyers Club, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and the Ontario Bar Association.

EDUCATION: Law Clerk Diploma, Fanshawe College
AFFILIATIONS: Law Society of Ontario (LSO), Member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association

Experienced in all areas of personal accidents and injury, Carrie now focuses mainly on statutory accident benefits with an emphasis on file handling, mediation procedures and settlement negotiations. Carrie works closely with clients, medical personnel and insurance companies to achieve maximum success.

Carrie joined Lamont Law in 2004 as a co-op student working towards her law clerk designation. She has since become a member of The Law Society of Ontario as a licensed paralegal.

EDUCATION: Paralegal Diploma (with honours), Mohawk College
AFFILIATIONS: Law Society of Ontario (LSO), Member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association

Phil immigrated from the UK to Canada in 2016. He was previously a high school teacher in the UK, and upon his arrival in Hamilton, made the decision to pursue a career in personal injury law.

Originally a co-op student at Lamont Law and now a Licensed Paralegal, Phil works in both Accident Benefits and Tort; dealing with clients, treatment providers, and insurance adjusters.

In his spare time, Phil enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons.


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