Anandi is a Personal Injury Lawyer and Partner at Ross & McBride LLP.
Anandi grew up in Ancaster and received her Bachelor of Arts degree at McMaster University. She subsequently obtained her law degree from the University of Leeds, England in 2001. She was called to the Bar in 2003.
Anandi works exclusively on behalf of injured people and their families. She has assisted many individuals in accessing Accident Benefits from their insurance companies and successfully obtaining out of court settlements. She has appeared as Counsel before many levels of Ontario Courts and has extensive experience advocating before various boards and tribunals.
Anandi is an executive member of the Medical–Legal Society and the Hamilton Lawyers Club. She is also currently a member of The Hamilton Law Association, The Ontario Bar Association, The Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association and The Law Society of Upper Canada's Barrister Advisory Group. Anandi is a new member of the Hamilton Tiger Cats Tiger Town Council.
Anandi enjoys getting to know her clients, listening to their experiences and helping them achieve the best possible result after an accident.
When Anandi is not advocating for her clients, she enjoys playing the piano, dancing and spending time with her husband and two daughters. She is an avid lover of the arts, music and dance.
Areas of Expertise
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Cycling accidents
- Recreational vehicle accidents (ATV, snowmobile, boating)
- Medical malpractice claims
- Disability Insurance claims
- Insurance Litigation
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Orthopedic injury
- Faulty product injury
- Accident Benefits
- Wrongful death claims
- Slip, Trip and Fall accidents
- Travel Insurance
- Flood and Fire Loss claims
- CPP denials
Organizations and Activities
- Hamilton Medical-Legal Society (Vice-President)
- Hamilton Lawyers Club (President)
- The Hamilton Club (past Board Member)
- Hamilton Brain Injury Association (past Committee Member)
- Hamilton Law Association (Member)
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (Member)
- Ontario Bar Association (Member)
- Inner City Dance Company (Former Board Member)
- Clinical Ethics Committee for HHSC (Former Committee Member)
- Hamilton Mountain Legal & Community Services (Former Board Member)
- Medical Malpractice Section of OTLA
- Hamilton Tiger Cats Tiger Town Council Member
- Law Society of Upper Canada - Barrister Advisory Group
As the temperature drops, winter’s wet and icy conditions increase the number of slip and falls outside. Roads and sidewalks become layered with ice and slick snow making the simplest walk a hazard. If you find yourself injured due to a slip and fall accident, there are a number of steps you should take to protect your rights.
Snowmobiling is a favourite wintertime activity for many Ontario residents. However, the thrill of sliding through snow and ice can result in unfortunate accidents and very serious injuries. Injuries to the brain, bones and spinal cord are just some of the potential results of a snowmobile crash.
Skiing can be an enjoyable winter activity, but it is also potentially dangerous with inherent risks. The most common incidents involve collisions with other skiers and objects, accidents due to equipment failure and injuries due to inadequate instruction.