Jeremy Diamond Lawyer Toronto
Lawyer at Diamond & Diamond
About Jeremy Diamond Lawyer Toronto
Jeremy Diamond is an established personal injury lawyer based in Toronto, Ontario. His firm, Diamond & Diamond, delivers expert representation for personal injury cases involving wrongful death, automobile accidents, nursing home abuse, slip and fall, animal bites, and more. Initial consultations are free and clients never pay for legal services unless the case becomes settled. Prospective clients can contact him and his associates by calling the 24-hour hotline: 1-800-567-HURT. Additional information regarding Jeremy Diamond’s current career as a lawyer in Toronto can be found online at www.diamond-law.com.
An active member of the legal community, Mr. Diamond maintains affiliations with organizations including Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and Law Society of Upper Canada. Since establishing his career as a lawyer, he has earned honors such as Ontario Safety League Award and 2012 gold award for best personal injury firm in Toronto by the Sun Readers Choice. He graduated from York University with a degree in psychology and subsequently earned his juris doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. In his personal life, he enjoys watching sports, playing golf, and spending his free time with his family.
Autism Speaks Rallies on Capitol Hill
An experienced Toronto lawyer, Jeremy Diamond practices at Diamond & Diamond, where he also maintains responsibilities as director of marketing. The lawyer holds degrees from York University in Toronto and Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Outside of his professional responsibilities, Jeremy Diamond actively supports a variety of charitable organizations through such efforts as cochairing an annual event for Autism Speaks.
Founded in 2005, Autism Speaks strives to brighten the futures of those affected by autism by funding studies into the medical condition. An additional mission of Autism Speaks is to address the global health issue by raising public awareness and creating a united autism community recognized by both government and the private sector.
In November of 2013, Autism Speaks and approximately 260 advocates met on Capitol Hill to rally the federal government to take action to support individuals on the autism spectrum. The hundreds of activists included parents, volunteers, researchers, and individuals with autism themselves. In addition, members of Autism Speaks held meetings with Congressional leaders to address strategies moving forward to deal with an issue that effects one in 88 individuals today.