Before I owned my own firm. Before I worked for 17 years as a lawyer for a top personal injury law firm in Alberta, fighting for my clients and 
handling thousands of cases. Before I worked for a few years as an 
insurance adjuster…

I had a life of hardship and struggle. From the very beginning, I was 
enamoured with justice, fairness and equality. From that beginning.

I learned hope, hard work, determination and passion.

I learned the ability to never give up and to overcome. From a very early age, I wanted a legal career. And for 17 years, I had that legal career fighting for the injured, the hurt, the traumatized and the dispossessed.

Michael Hoosein

About
Michael Hoosein

Lead Personal Injury Lawyer

Michael was called to the Bar in 2005. Having practiced exclusively in personal injury law since becoming a lawyer, Michael has extensive experience in personal injury law including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, severe and catastrophic injuries, fatalities, soft tissue injury claims, whiplash injury claims, and disability insurance claims. Over the past decade alone, Michael has successfully achieved settlements for over one thousand of his clients, achieving justice and compensation for those suffering from injuries ranging from soft tissue and whiplash injuries to quadriplegia, paraplegia, and brain injuries.

Michael was called to the Bar in 2005. Having practiced exclusively in personal injury law since becoming a lawyer, Michael has extensive experience in personal injury law including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, severe and catastrophic injuries, fatalities, soft tissue injury claims, whiplash injury claims and disability insurance claims. Over the past decade alone, Michael has successfully achieved settlements for over one thousand of his clients, achieving justice and compensation for those suffering from injuries ranging from soft tissue and whiplash injuries to quadriplegia, paraplegia and brain injuries.

Michael obtained his Master of Laws (LL.M) in 2013 from Osgoode Hall Law School with a specialization in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution. He was the 2017-2018 President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA) 
and is currently a member of the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association) and the Canadian Bar Association.

Michael has appeared at all levels of court in Alberta, including the Alberta Provincial Court, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal. Michael has served as an Examiner and Instructor with the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED). He has presented at legal conferences. 

Giving back to the community and those in need is a key part of Michael’s life and he donates generously. When he is not fighting for justice, Michael enjoys the fun things in life with his wife and young children.

Michael Hoosein

Before I owned my own Alberta personal injury law firm. Before I worked for 17 years as a lawyer for a top personal injury law firm in Alberta, fighting for my clients and handling thousands of cases.

The values of justice, fairness and equality were instilled deep within me by my upbringing and personal struggles. From that beginning

I learned hope, hard work,
determination and passion.

I learned the ability to never give up and to overcome challenges. I realized that these core principles would be best utilized in a career as a lawyer where I could fight for the hurt, traumatized and dispossessed. Where I could fight for you.
And for 17 years, I’ve had that legal career fighting for the injured, the hurt, the traumatized and the dispossessed.

When the pandemic struck, it was personal. I got sick. I saw many people in my own community and city getting sick and even dying from Covid-19. I witnessed up close my family, friends and clients struggling financially, mentally and emotionally. I saw pain, loss, anguish and hardship take their toll.

In the face of hardships, we either retreat or we find new purpose.
I was inspired and found a new level of passion for helping people get through troubling times. Despite unprecedented times and my own health struggles, I settled an astonishing number of files, driven by the desire to bring closure to those who needed to find this certainty, in the face of uncertain times.

The pandemic made me realize how truly important it is to connect deeply with those who most desperately need my help. I felt that if I was free to do things the way I knew my clients deserved, I could truly serve them.

And so, I said to myself, “It’s time to start my own firm.”

And

I did.

Ground-breaking client service is the core of what we do at 
MNH Injury Lawyers.

My life started with a burning desire to pursue justice, 
fairness and equality for others.

It started with the desire
to serve others. To serve you.

This is my inner fire and my outer passion. These core values are the lifeblood, heart and soul of MNH Injury Lawyers.

About
Michael N. Hoosein

Lead Personal Injury Lawyer

Mr. Hoosein was called to the Bar in 2005. Having practised exclusively in personal injury law since becoming a lawyer, Mr. Hoosein has extensive experience in personal injury law including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, severe and catastrophic injuries, fatalities, soft tissue injury claims, whiplash injury claims and disability insurance claims. Over the past decade alone, Mr. Hoosein has successfully achieved settlements for over one thousand of his clients, achieving justice and compensation for those suffering from injuries ranging from soft tissue and whiplash injuries to quadriplegia, paraplegia and brain injuries.

Mr. Hoosein obtained his Master of Laws (LL.M) in 2013 from Osgoode Hall Law School with a specialization in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution. He was the 2017-2018 President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA) and is currently a member of the American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association) and the Canadian Bar Association.

Mr. Hoosein has appeared at all levels of court in Alberta, including the Alberta Provincial Court, Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal. Mr. Hoosein has served as an Examiner and Instructor with the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED). He has presented at legal conferences. Giving back to the community and those in need is a key part of Mr. Hoosein’s life and he donates generously. When he is not fighting for justice, Mr. Hoosein enjoys the fun things in life with his wife and young children.