Nainesh Kotak, founder and principal of the Toronto-area firm Kotak Personal Injury Law, focuses on personal injury and disability law.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from York University in 1989 and earned his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ottawa in 1992. Mr. Kotak was called to the Ontario Bar in 1994.
Mr. Kotak handles such matters as long-term disability claims, personal injury litigation, accident benefits claims, and Canada Pension Plan denials.
He has appeared before the Superior Court, the Ontario Court of Justice, tribunals including, the Financial Services Commission and the Social Security Tribunal, and conducted appeals before the Federal Court Trial Division.
Outside of his legal work, Mr. Kotak is on the board of directors of the Peel Children's Centre and is vice-chair of the board of Spectra Community Support Services, an organization that provides a 24-hour hotline to those in crisis.
In addition, he serves as vice-chair of the long-term disability section of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, The Advocates’ Society, and the Peel Law Association.