Nicole joined BachmannLaw, The Personal Injury Group, in the summer of 2015. A graduate of the Paralegal Program at Westervelt College, Nicole nevertheless started her career in the banking sector. After years of loyal and dedicated service, Nicole was promoted to Manager of Personal Banking. In this position, Nicole was in charge of coordinating the activities, performance and training of her team. Nicole's experience at Scotiabank included building and maintaining rapport with both business and retail customers, while continuing to maintain excellent customer service.
At BachmannLaw, The Personal Injury Group, Nicole looks after the needs of seriously injured clients. Nicole is a compassionate individual who is exceptionally suited to work with the most vulnerable of individuals. She remains passionate about ensuring each client receives individual attention, and that their legal experience is tailored to their specific needs and circumstances. Nicole is both a strong advocate for her clients, and a skillful negotiator to ensure the best settlement possible.
Nicole is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association, and takes part in regular continuing legal education seminars to keep up with changes and developments in insurance law.
Nicole enjoyed volunteering at the many charitable events sponsored by Scotiabank, and this passion has carried through to BachmannLaw where she continues to participate in a variety of local charitable programs, including the Helmets for Kids and Adults Program. Nicole has lived in Norfolk since she was a teenager. Outside of work, Nicole enjoys walking the local trails, yoga, swimming and spending time with friends and family. She enjoys reading and listening to informative podcasts.
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