Ken Singh

Associate Lawyer

office: 905 910-1440 ext.107

fax: 905 367-6228

Since becoming a personal injury lawyer in 2010, Ken Singh has fast-tracked his career to the benefit of his personal injury clientele. He utilizes his background in neuroscience, finance, accounting, and tax to help his personal injury clients. His specialty is assisting motor vehicle accident victims who have suffered catastrophic injuries.

Ken joined Verkhovets Law in the summer of 2023 and is dedicated to helping injured clients get the compensation and justice they deserve as a result of a personal injury. 

He has extensive experience in the full range of personal injury litigation including:  arguing motions and attending at discoveries, mediations, pre-trials, trials, and appeals. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal, and the License Appeal Tribunal (LAT).

Toronto personal injury lawyer who specializes in catastrophic injuries

Ken’s area of focus is catastrophic accidents which are unfortunately life-changing for car accident victims—and not for the better. Typically, these are injuries that can be incurred in a variety of ways, such as a being involved in a  Car Accident, Motorcycle Accident, and Swimming and Diving Accidents, and often times result in Spinal Cord Injuries or Brain Injuries

Catastrophic accidents typically involve significant pain, suffering, rehabilitation, as well as the reduced or eliminated ability to earn an income. The reality of catastrophic accidents is a long road to recovery and frequently full recovery is not possible. In these catastrophic accident cases, Ken strives to get the maximum compensation for his clients through accident benefits. 

Toronto personal injury lawyer with experience in neuroscience, finance, and human rights

As a law student at Osgoode Hall Law School, Ken conducted extensive legal research on equity issues and educational policies in the context of disability rights. He also compiled submissions summarizing relevant case law and presented findings to committee members of the Ontario Disability Rights Program, a program led by various scholars and professors affiliated with both Osgoode Hall and other government funded disability rights programs. In addition, he is well versed in finance and accounting and has a background in neuroscience and biochemistry.

Education

Admitted to Bar, Law Society of Ontario (LSO)

2010

Bachelor of Laws 

York University

September 2006 to April 2009

Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance and Accounting

Schulich School of Business, York University (Dean’s List)

January 2005 to April 2006

Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Neuroscience and Biochemistry 

University of Toronto (Dean’s List)
September 1997 to April 2002