Nainesh gives a lawyer’s perspective on the new laws surrounding marijuana and impaired driving
The changes to the laws on marijuana consumption have been accompanied by changes on how much marijuana you can have in your system while driving, as well as police procedure. Nainesh Kotak explains.
Nainesh Kotak discusses strange “car surfing” court case
An Ontario Divisional Court ruled on whether a woman was entitled to accident benefits after she fell off the bumper of her moving car.
Advocate Daily highlights Nainesh Kotak’s fight on behalf of woman struck by falling concrete
A woman at Union Station was in and out of consciousness and suffering concussion symptons. Nainesh Kotak took up her cause.
Nainesh Kotak in Advocate Daily: Canada Pension Plan vs. long-term disability benefits
The two most common types of disability benefits available to Canadians are the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and long-term disability (LTD) coverage. Kotak Law’s Nainesh Kotak breaks it down.
Advocate Daily discusses Kotak Law’s Client-first Approach
The Canadian legal publication sat down with Nainesh to understand what sets Kotak Law apart.
When clients first meet Toronto personal injury and disability lawyer Nainesh Kotak, he hopes their first impression of him is that he’s a good listener.
Nainesh Kotak Featured in My Business Magazine
The Toronto-based publication focuses on notable Canadian professionals. Their interview with Nainesh touches on the importance of knowing your rights, and offers advice on what to do in the event of a disability claim or injury.
Nainesh Kotak Interviewed on CHCH TV
Nainesh stops by CHCH TV to share insights on mental health, with respect to disability insurance claims.
Kotak Law gives back during Brampton Beast Military Appreciation Game
Personal injury lawyer Nainesh Kotak made a monetary contribution to Wounded Warriors Canada during the Brampton Beast’s Military Appreciation Day game on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017. Kotak Personal Injury Law, title sponsor of the game, donated $3,000 to Wounded Warriors Canada. Wounded Warriors Canada is a nonprofit organization which supports ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans and their families. Kotak Personal Injury Law also purchased 1,000 tickets to the game for active and veteran members of the military.