Jeremy M. Syrtash


Jeremy joined Sommers Roth & Elmaleh as an articling student in 2013 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014. He practices civil litigation with a specialty in the areas of medical malpractice and personal injury.

After obtaining his B.A. with Honours (Magna Cum Laude) from Yeshiva University in New York City, Jeremy received his J.D. from the University of Ottawa. While living in New York City, Jeremy worked as a Personal Support Worker (PSW) for children and adults with special needs.

As a PSW, Jeremy regularly assisted his clients with their activities of daily living including toileting, feeding, dressing, showering, and medication administration. His experiences working with individuals who couldn’t advocate for themselves have given Jeremy a better understanding of the needs and concerns of his clients and their families.

As a dedicated advocate for his clients, Jeremy has appeared regularly before both the Ontario Court of Justice and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He is also a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, The Advocate’s Society, and the Toronto Lawyers Association.

Outside of the office, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid Leafs, Raptors and Blue Jays fan.

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