Harry F. Steinmetz
B.A., LL.B., C.S.*
Harry F. Steinmetz graduated from Carleton University in 1985 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics, and the University of Victoria in 1988 with a Bachelor of Laws Degree. He is certified as a specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
As a Managing Partner of Fireman Steinmetz Daya LLP, Mr. Steinmetz’s current litigation practice is restricted to the area of plaintiffs’ personal injury law. He has extensive courtroom experience, conducting both jury and nonjury trials in the province of Ontario in addition to attending mediation and arbitration hearings at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario. He has also acted as counsel to other firms on a regular basis.
Mr. Steinmetz has written a series of articles on topics related to insurance law and personal injury, and most recently published treatises on the subjects of punitive damages and the use of surveillance evidence during trial and the discovery phase of litigation. He has also participated as a guest instructor and lecturer at the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program at Osgoode Hall, and the Law Society of Upper Canada.
As a dedicated husband, and father of six children, Mr. Steinmetz enjoys spending time with his family. When not at work, he can be found playing golf and tennis, and cheering on the Toronto Raptors.