Location: 1660-1188 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 4A2
Phone: 604.687.8874 or 1.877.687.8844 Fax: 604.687.8134
David Doig graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and from the University of Manitoba in 1985 with a Bachelor of Laws Degree. He was called to the bar in British Columbia in 1986.
Over the past 32 years of practice, David has handled some of the largest, most complex personal injury claims in BC. These include primarily catastrophic brain and spinal cord injuries. He has been lead counsel in claims arising out of multi party/multi¬vehicle collisions, defective goods, faulty workmanship, construction and building maintenance issues, professional/ medical malpractice and highway design and construction. He has handled complex personal injury claims involving motor vehicles, motorcycles, train collisions, drownings, burns, electrocutions and medical malpractice injuries. David is frequently consulted by the medical/rehabilitation community and by lawyers on issues relating to these types of claims.
He is well known for his support of the rehabilitation community. A key component of his practice has been his focus on ensuring that his clients receive the best rehabilitation possible, as quickly as possible, regardless of what the cost is or where his clients may reside. David takes a personal interest in ensuring that this occurs for each client. This includes traveling to the client's community regardless of where the client may reside in the world.
He lectures on medical/rehabilitation and legal issues to doctors and other health care professionals, as well as to lawyers and the public. He is a past faculty member of the St Paul's Hospital Continuing Medical Education Society, as well as being a regular lecturer in BC’s medical, legal and rehabilitation communities. He has sat on a number of community boards including BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, Sunny Hill Health Centre Foundation, BC Rehab Foundation, and The Sunshine Foundation of Canada.
David, his wife and son reside on the North Shore. In his spare time he has coached hockey, as well as being involved in all kinds of community activities. He enjoys boating and construction projects as well as tinkering on old cars. He is always up to his ears in one community project or another.