Rohan Haté

Rohan Haté
FIRM:
McPhadden Samac Tuovi Haté LLP
POSITION:
Partner
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Civil Litigation, Class Action, Personal Injury
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Rohan Haté, a partner with the firm McPhadden Samac Tuovi Haté LLP, focuses on personal injury, civil litigation, and class-action law.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in political science and philosophy from the University of Toronto in 2007 before earning his Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law in California in 2010 and his Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2011. Mr. Haté was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012.

With a focus on personal injury law, Mr. Haté assists clients with such matters as motor vehicle collisions, accident benefits, slip and falls, catastrophic impairments, product liability, and disability benefits.

In addition, he handles class-action litigation, and insurance defence litigation, where he advises insurers on all aspects of insurance claims, including occupiers’ liability, motor vehicle tort and accident benefits claims, and insurance coverage.

Mr. Haté has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, CPP tribunals, Financial Services Commission of Ontario and the License Appeal Tribunal.

While at law school in California, Mr. Haté was awarded the High Tech Law Certificate in intellectual property.

After joining McPhadden Samac Tuovi LLP as an articling student in 2011, he returned as an associate lawyer in 2012 and became a partner in 2017.

Mr. Haté is a member of The Advocates’ Society and the South Asian Bar Association.

Rohan Haté Posts

Be proactive when it comes to home insurance: Haté

Failing to properly insure your home, or not knowing what’s covered when making a claim, can be costly mistakes, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté. Read more

Litigation funding provides help for cash-strapped clients

Litigation funding is a useful tool that helps tide injured clients over until their lawsuit has been settled, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté. Read more

Enforcement needed to keep pedestrians safe: Haté

Increased fines are not enough to prevent careless drivers from endangering pedestrians, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté. Read more

Double-ended real estate deals come with risks: Haté

It’s essential to ensure that the person representing you in a home purchase has your “best interest at heart,” says Toronto civil litigator Rohan Haté , who helped one couple recover money lost in such a deal. Read more

OCA explores intersection of tort damages and accident benefits

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) decision involving two cases examines the issue of double recovery and how to avoid it in the calculation of tort damage awards and statutory accident benefits (SABs), says Toronto personal injury and insurance lawyer Rohan Haté. Read more

Defined terms key when drafting insurance policies

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal case shows the importance of using defined terms when drafting insurance policies, Toronto insurance lawyer Rohan Haté tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Drivers using a phone four times more likely to crash: Haté

The tough new penalties that recently came into effect for distracted driving are a positive development, Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Haté: Injury awards should consider psychological impact of trauma

Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté says personal injury awards should consider the long-term mental health effects caused by trauma following the recent release of a study that shows people who suffer traumatic injuries have significantly higher incidents of suicide. Read more

Haté no stranger to zealous advocacy

Toronto personal injury lawyer Rohan Haté says the changing nature of the practice area in Ontario gives him an opportunity to differentiate himself using trial and litigation skills. Read more