Greg Monforton was called to the bar in 1981 and is an award-winning trial lawyer. With more than 40 years of experience in the courtroom, he is a committed advocate for legal reforms to help injury victims.
Greg Monforton is a passionate advocate for the injured in Windsor and throughout Ontario. The Law Society of Ontario named Greg a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation, which is a designation attained by less than two per cent of all Ontario lawyers.
He is also a past president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) and received the OTLA plaintiff bar award in 2019, an award recognizing leaders of the Ontario personal injury bar. When he was president of the OTLA, he spearheaded efforts to reform auto insurance laws in Ontario.
Greg takes great pride in speaking and writing about various legal issues to help other lawyers and advocate for reforms to help injured victims. He has given several guest lectures at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and OTLA.
Greg Monforton represented the family of a Windsor nurse in a civil action and Coroners Inquest. The recommendations from the Inquest jury resulted in legislative amendments that were meant to prevent harassment and violence in the workplace.
Greg also represented multiple victims of the Nationair DC-8 airline crash in Jidda, Saudia Arabia.
Greg continues to be actively involved with various legal organizations. As a current University of Windsor Faculty of Law Moot Court Judge, Greg has given multiple guest lectures for the OTLA, University of Windsor Faculty of Law and St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology.
Formerly, Greg served as a member of the Advocates Society and a board member of the:
He is also a past member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Law Times and a former president of the Head Injury Association (Windsor-Essex County).