Nore Aldein (Norm) Assiff practices exclusively in the area of Plaintiff personal injury litigaton, helping victims of accidents and negligence. He has done so since 1998. Norm was awarded the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA) President’s Award for his or her contribution to the profession or the community, the advancement of the law and service to ACTLA. He has appeared at all levels of court in Alberta (Provincial Court, Queen’s Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal) as well as the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the Federal Court of Appeal. He is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association, the Muslim Lawyers Association (former Western Canada Rep.), and is a sustaining member of ACTLA and has served the organization at every level including President in 2015-16. He is also a member of the American Association for Justice. He is an avid soccer fan and has played and coached at many levels over the years. He is a proud father and husband.
Mr. Assiff has given lectures to several organizations including doctors and lawyers over the years and written numerous papers on insurance and tort law in Alberta. He has instructed and evaluated numerous Bar Admission Courses (CPLED) over the years for the Legal Education Society of Alberta (Discoveries/ Questioning and Client Interviews sections) and has written published papers on insurance litigation in Alberta. Recently, Norm was successful counsel in a precedent -setting case which greatly benefits the rights of accident victims in Alberta and set another precedent which compels an insurance-hired psychologist to have a camera in the examination room to ensure victims of negligence are treated fairly and that the findings in the room are accurately and fairly recorded on paper. He has had the honour of successfully representing thousands of victims in his career and continues to fight vigorously for individual rights.