From his Wikipedia page:
About Jeremy Diamond
Jeremy Diamond is a managing partner at Diamond & Diamond Personal Injury Lawyers. Jeremy Diamond was called to the Bar in 2008 and practices in the areas of Plaintiff personal injury litigation in Toronto. In addition, Jeremy was called to the State Bar of Florida in 2002. Since then, he has practiced as a personal injury attorney in both Florida and in Ontario.
Prior to being called, Jeremy obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree from York University in 1995 with a special interest in psychology. Thereafter, in 2001 he received his Juris Doctoris at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and also attended Osgoode Hall Law School.
In 2014, together, with his wife, the firm called on the province of Ontario to enact mandatory helmet laws for skateboarders, following the death of a 15-year-old Brantford teen.
In April 2014, Jeremy Diamond and Diamond & Diamond lawyers filed a $20.5 million lawsuit on behalf of eight victims of a shooting at York University headed by its founder Jeremy Diamond. Along with other allegations, the firm alleged the University failed to prioritize the safety of its students.
In August 2015, Jeremy Diamond’s firm took on the case of Tawfiqul Alam, an UberX driver in Toronto who was T-boned by a red-light runner while transporting a passenger on June 9. The accident sent both him and his passenger to hospital and totaled his minivan.
Contact Jeremy Diamond
Jeremy Diamond can be contacted here or at 1-800-567-HURT (4878).