Prior to attending law school, Hooman successfully completed a Bachelor of Science with Concentration in Biology then completed an Honours in Psychology, both at the University of Ottawa. His Honours studies focused on the correlation between physical activity and psychological distress in the Canadian population. Hooman then went on to obtain his J.D. at the University of Ottawa and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013.
While attending law school, Hooman worked as a Law Student for the Federal Court of Canada, assisting the judiciary with Applications for Judicial Review. Hooman then began his practise of law on the plaintiff side of insurance disputes, before transitioning to insurance defence in 2016.
Hooman’s practice encompasses all aspects of insurance litigation, including motor vehicle accident tort claims, statutory accident benefits, coverage, property damage, subrogation, loss transfer and priority disputes. Hooman has won landmark decisions at the License Appeal Tribunal and has successfully argued numerous motions for top tier insurer clients. A strong proponent of social justice, Hooman has also assisted victims of human rights violations before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Hooman is a member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion committee.
Hooman has expertise in special investigation work, and he employs his fearless yet empathetic style of advocacy to every file. A tenacious yet tactful advocate, Hooman fully considers but rarely limits himself to common solutions.
Hooman is fluent in Farsi and has working knowledge of French. When not advocating for his clients, Hooman enjoys playing tennis and frequenting Toronto food and film festivals.