Graduating from the University of Alberta in 1979 with a civil engineering degree, Tim worked as a design and field engineering consultant, achieving his designation as a professional engineer in 1981. Tim completed his law degree at the University of Alberta in 1984 was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1985, and hasn’t looked back since.
A dedicated lawyer with over 30 years of litigation experience, Tim’s unique qualifications as both a formally trained engineer and a lawyer allow him to provide his clients with timely and practical advice, both from a risk management and litigation perspective. His understanding of the technical issues arising in his focus practice areas is a benefit to his clients and the experts that he frequently works with.
Tim’s practice focuses on design professionals’ errors and omissions, insurance coverage opinions, and property and casualty claims. He has litigated cases in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, and has provided coverage opinions on major property and casualty claims for both North American and overseas markets.
Outside of the office, Tim enjoys spending time with his wife, and two daughters, golfing and cycling.