Dale Orlando

Dale Orlando
McLeish Orlando LLP
Founding Partner
Personal Injury

A founding partner of Toronto's McLeish Orlando LLP, Dale Orlando acts on behalf of injured people and their families in his critical injury and wrongful death practice.

Mr. Orlando was called to the Ontario Bar in 1996, after receiving his law degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1994 and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from McMaster Unviversity in 1991.

A past-president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Mr. Orlando is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Advocates' Society, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Toronto Lawyers Association.

Dale Orlando Posts

Stop talking, texting behind the wheel, campaign urges

McLeish Orlando LLP has partnered with a dist... Read more

Upward trend in retirement age affects economic loss theory

When considering retirement age as part of the theory of economic loss in personal injury cases, a cautious approach is... Read more

How to prepare to be an expert witness

While many health professionals may be hesitant to express their opinions in a court action for damages arising from an injury, there are several ways they can best prepare to be an expert witness at trial, Toronto critical injury lawyer Dale Orlando writes in Insurance Lawyer magazine . Read more

TTC bus driver faces charges in fatal collision

Toronto – A TTC bus driver, facing charges in the death of a Toronto woman last January, is the subject of... Read more

Study highlights need for brain injury awareness

Brain injuries are occurring at an alarming rate among Ontario teenagers, a new study has found, making edu... Read more

Negligent drivers can still pursue claims against a road authority, says decision

A recent case points out very clearly that there is not an absolute bar when it comes to whether a negligent driver can... Read more

Benefits deduction requires strict burden of proof

Only in the rarest of cases will a defendant in a personal injury action be permitted to deduct the value of a future stream of accident benefits from a tort award for future pecuniary loss, Toronto critical injury lawyer Dale Orlando writes in Lawyers Weekly. Read more

Keep safety in mind this Victoria Day

While many Ontarians look forward to Victoria Day weekend as an official summer kick-off, it is also the beginning of trauma season; the time when getting to and from the cottage can be a killer, Toronto critical injury lawyer Dale Orlando writes on Huffington Post. Read more

No need for review of catastrophic provisions

An auto insurance industry review of catastrophic impairment provisions is unnecessary at this time, Toronto critical injury lawyer Dale Orlando says in Law Times. Read more