Alana A. Crugnale is a partner at Mackesy Smye LLP. Her practice concentrates on personal injury litigation resulting from motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls and long term disability claims.
Personal Injury Litigation, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Slips and Falls, Long Term Disability Claims
University of Ottawa
Bar Admission: Ontario 2010
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Ms. Crugnale is an active participant in seminars and events sponsored by the Hamilton Law Association.
Ms. Crugnale is a member of the Hamilton Law Association, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and the Canadian Bar Association. She received her B.A. (Hons.) from McMaster University in 2006 and her LLB from the University of Ottawa in 2009. She was called to the Ontario bar in 2010.
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