Paul Oddi

Paul A. Oddi


Paul Oddi received an Hons. B.A. in History and Political Science from the University of Western Ontario in 1993, a Masters Degrees in History from McMaster University in 1994, his law degree from the University of Windsor in 1997 and was called to the Bar in 1999. Following the completion of his studies Paul moved back to his hometown of Brantford, joined Lefebvre & Lefebvre LLP as an associate, and became a Partner in 2007. Since 2012 Paul has served as a Small Claims Court Deputy Judge.

Paul practices insurance litigation with a heavy emphasis on personal injury and wrongful death cases. He represents clients who have suffered brain injuries, spinal cord trauma, and serious orthopaedic injuries. Paul assists people injured in car accidents, slip and falls or those who have been injured as a result of dangerous products and serious dog bites. He has experience working with injured people and their families, and has appeared before the Courts and numerous administrative tribunals. Paul also acts for individuals who have encountered difficulty obtaining disability benefits from their own insurance company.

As a personal injury lawyer, Paul has a client centered approach to the practice of personal injury litigation. Paul’s goal is to achieve the best settlement possible while keeping his clients out of court. If settlement is not possible, Paul will not shy away from taking his client’s case to court. Paul has proudly accepted referrals from other lawyers and medical professionals.

Paul also acts as a mediator.   He brings a vast array of skills to each mediation.  With substantive legal knowledge and careful preparation for each mediation,  Paul can address legal positions and find creative solutions to move issues forward.  Employing the Harvard based school of mediation method, Paul will convey ideas and ask questions in a way that keeps parties focused on a solution.  As a mediator, Paul can recognize and interpret what parties in a dispute are really saying to each other and then help them negotiate their way around challenging obstacles.  Throughout the process, Paul will remain neutral.

Paul has devoted many years of service to the community of Brantford. He has been very active with the Brant United Way, the Brantford Jaycees, the Brant County Law Association, and the Rotary Club of Brantford,  and Nova Vita Family Services. He is also a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. Paul is also an Ontario Superior Court of Justice Deputy Judge.

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