Wendy Hamilton-Share, Executive Director
Wendy Hamilton-Share, Executive Director

If you have ever contacted Share Lawyers for help, you will have experienced the warmth, compassion and expertise that Wendy Hamilton- Share brings to every interaction with prospective clients.

Wendy and her husband, David, started Share Lawyers in 1986. As Executive Director and Client Services Manager, Wendy supervises the client service team and oversees the marketing, financial and human resources for the firm.

She ensures that the core values, which have guided the firm through the last 27 years, continue to motivate

and inspire the team on a daily basis so that the best possible results are achieved for clients.

"I am joined by the lawyers and legal staff at Share Lawyers in my belief that uncompromising service is what matters most, and our clients can attest to that," says Wendy. "We are honoured to be able to help people of all ages from diverse backgrounds and walks of life to recover their disability benefits from the insurance companies."

Wendy is a proud mother of two young women. Her eldest daughter is a practicing lawyer, and her youngest daughter is currently enrolled in a Masters of Business program at the University of Waterloo.


Uncompromising service
Team-driven culture
Best in our field
Integrity and honesty first
Work-life balance

IN PERSON: SAMUEL ROSENBERG (continued from page 1)

Although the idea of a lawsuit intimidated him, the lawyer he met with for his free consultation, Janice Grevler, put his worries at ease. She explained that while the firm would make sure to provide regular updates on the progress of his case, they would be on the front-line dealing with the insurance company. All he had to do was take care of his health and trust the team of professionals that would be on his side.


About one year later, the case went to mediation. While the insurance company's lawyers were ruthless about playing down his disability with biased medical opinions from their own doctors; his lawyer, Vice President of Share Lawyers, Steven Muller, was armed with even stronger medical evidence clearly showing how Samuel's condition had degenerated progressively since his initial diagnosis of ankylosing spondylitis.

After a long eight-hour meeting and aggressive negotiations, a settlement was reached. Samuel was pleased with the lump-sum settlement amount and walked out feeling vindicated. Finally, justice had been served and he could move on with his life.


While Samuel wasn't naive enough to think he would get an apology from the insurance company, he was relieved to get much-needed closure thanks to Share Lawyers' help. The settlement amount gave Samuel a bit of breathing room to catch up with his bills, pay off his debts and save a substantial nest egg.SP

[All names and identifying details have been changed to protect the confidentiality of all involved.]