Kerri was called to the Ontario Bar in 1991. She is a member of the Advocates' Society, Canadian Defence Lawyers, and the Canadian Bar Association. Kerri has practiced primarily in the area of insurance defence litigation since her call to the Bar. She joined Laxton Glass LLP in 2003. She was admitted into the partnership in 2014.
Kerri has successfully conducted jury and non-jury trials, appeals before the Ontario Court of Appeal, and hearings before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal. She has numerous decisions reported in law journals, including several Court of Appeal decisions.
Kerri's practice includes the defence of all types of insurance-based claims under motor vehicle liability, commercial general liability, homeowners and farm policies. She handles personal injury actions, coverage disputes, professional negligence claims, product liability claims, as well as oil spills, fire losses, mould and other types of property damage claims. She has defended a variety of unusual types of negligence claims, including those arising from gunshots, falls from horses, falls from chairs, and social host situations.
Kerri has been certified as an Arbitrator by the Arbitration and Mediation Institute of Ontario (now the ADR Institute of Ontario).
Kerri and her spouse love to travel, especially to archaeological sites around the world. While at home on their farm outside of Toronto, Kerri devotes her spare time to gardening. However, her love for digging in the dirt doesn't stop there. She also has a fascination with dinosaurs and regularly volunteers in the badlands of Alberta, digging up fossils. She has served as a volunteer for the Headwaters Healthcare Centre in Orangeville since 2007. She is a past Director of the Orangeville Curling Club. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Dinosaur Research Institute.
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