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Daniel Corrin is one of the principal lawyers at Brain & Injury Law (Webster & Associates). He has almost 20 years experience in brain injury litigation. His clients have had significant brain injuries and other catastrophic personal injuries. Mr. Corrin has extensive trial experience, including trials relating to “mild”, “moderate” and “severe” traumatic brain injuries as well as spinal cord injury, malpractice and “shaken baby syndrome”. He has prosecuted and tried many motor vehicle cases, for a wide range of injuries. Most have resulted in judgments in the multi-million dollar range. He has taken on important legal work in the areas of the production of protection of client privacy, meta data, social media and has the leading Supreme Court of Canada case on the implied undertaking rule.
Mr. Corrin is very involved in the brain injury community and the Trial Lawyers Association of BC (TLABC). He has a board member for over 10 years, serving in many capacities including as vice president. Within the brain injury community, he has taken on an advisory role for community brain injury associations, volunteered his legal services and assisted brain injury groups all over the province.
Mr. Corrin is active in teaching within the legal, medical, and brain injury communities. He has organized and chaired many conferences to educate lawyers. In 2014, he chaired the leading legal conference brain injury conference. He has chaired multiple medical legal conferences for the Trial Lawyer’s association. In addition to serving as chair of conferences he has been invited to speak on the issues of brain injury, pain, competence, life expectancy and other legal issues in many forums, including the Pacific Coast Brain Injury Conference, GF Strong Grand Rounds, Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), mental health and the law as well as other education programs and rounds, for the BC Occupational Therapists, vocational planners and many others.
Mr. Corrin is the author of a chapter in the British Columbia’s Motor Vehicle Accident Claims practice manual, and has written articles for the Lawyer’s Weekly, the magazine Headline and other publications. He was a long standing member on the board of Family Services of Greater Vancouver. He attended the University of British Columbia (UBC) for his undergraduate degree and the University of Victoria (UVic) for his LLB degree.
More important than his legal expertise he is proud of his direct work with hundreds of injured individuals and their families going from the hospital to the courthouse and maintaing contact after the case is done. To prove the cases of those he has represented Mr. Corrin has proudly spent thousands of hours listening to survivors, being in their homes, and doing his best to and advocate for those who have suffered serious personal injuries.