Fleck Law is a personal injury litigation firm that represents clients involved in serious and catastrophic personal injuries, wrongful deaths, motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and insurance claims. The firm was established in 1992 as Fleck & Daigneault, by spouses Carl Fleck, Q.C. and Pascale Daigneault. “We met at a legal conference in England. I was practicing in Alberta at the time and we decided to settle in Sarnia, Carl’s hometown,” says Daigneault. The firm specializes in plaintiff work representing people who have been injured. It also provides planning and litigation services in the areas of wills and estates, as well as powers of attorney. “Carl has been practicing law for fifty years. He was called to the bar on St. Patrick’s Day. Next year will mark my thirtieth year,” says Daigneault.
The firm was established in Point Edward, first on Lite Street and then in the DMI building. “That was a great location for our practice. We were there a long time.” They moved to their current location at 131 Kendall Street on April 1, 2012 when Catherine Wilde became a partner in the firm. The firm changed its name to Fleck Law at the same time. “Wilde came to the firm as an articling student in 1999. When we started the firm, we didn’t think we would take on any other lawyers. Then Catherine came along who completely changed our view of hiring,” says Daigneault. Over the years they have trained many articling students, including Kevin Cheung, who practices with the firm.