Emily Casey is litigation counsel and the subrogation team lead in the Chubb Legal Services group that operates out of Toronto, Ontario.
After graduating from law school with her Juris Doctor, Emily articled at a civil litigation firm in Toronto and was subsequently called to the Ontario bar in 2011. She practiced personal injury litigation for five years, representing plaintiffs at the Superior Court of Justice, Financial Services Commission of Ontario, Employment Standards Tribunal, Social Benefits Tribunal, Social Security Tribunal and Small Claims Court. Emily thereafter joined a prestigious insurance defence firm, where she represented both defendants and plaintiffs, regularly appearing at the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Since joining Chubb in 2019, Emily has built a practice pursuing subrogated claims on behalf of Chubb and its insureds. In this role, Emily has successfully negotiated the repayment of claims costs and uninsured losses from at-fault parties. Emily also acts as defence counsel on behalf of Chubb insureds in litigation arising from property and casualty claims.
EDUCATION University of British Columbia, J. D., 2009 University of British Columbia, B.A. English (Hons.) 2006
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Canadian Defence Lawyers Toronto Lawyers Association Canadian Bar Association
1204-04193 (Re), 2012 ONSBT 574 (CanLII)
Hashemi-Sabet Estate v. Mazzulla, 2016 ONCA 273 (CanLII)
Lalousis v. Roberts, 2013 ONSC 5897 (CanLII)
Clarke v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2013 ONSC 2287 (CanLII)
Susan Kerwin v Richard K. Stuart, 2017 ONSC 2336 (CanLII)