Prior to and during the course of attending University, Brad was involved in the residential construction industry. After obtaining his law degree in 1989, Brad articled and practiced with Code Hunter Wittmann. In 1998 he joined the litigation team at Donahue Wells as a partner. In 2010, Brad joined Carbert Waite LLP.
Brad has extensive experience as a litigator in a number of areas (with an emphasis on insurance related litigation, product liability litigation, aviation, and commercial litigation). Brad’s general litigation experience includes: employment law, administrative law, oil and gas matters, commercial landlord and tenant, shareholders disputes, personal injury actions, and construction related litigation. Brad has advised both Insurers and Insureds on their rights and obligations in numerous first and third party claims, subrogated claims and bad faith claims.
Brad has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta and various administrative tribunals including the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada and the Licence & Community Standards Appeal Board.
Brad has co-authored papers on insurance and evidentiary matters. He has been coaching soccer at the community level for 8 years and has served on the Board of Trustees at Chinook Winds Adventist Academy.
- University of Calgary
- Dalhousie University
- Law Society of Alberta (1990)
- Canadian Bar Association
Corporate and Commercial Litigation and Insurance Law 2021
Carbert Waite Lawyers Recognized as Best Lawyers in Canada for 2021
August 27, 2020
Carbert Waite is proud to congratulate several of our lawyers who have been awarded with The Best Lawyers in Canada (2021 Edition). This year’s list includes: Blair Carbert Health Care Law Michelle Colley Labour and Employment Law Bradley S. Dobbin Corporate and Commercial Litigation Insurance Law Joseph Oppenheim Corporate and…Continue Reading
Insurance Subrogation in Alberta
April 27, 2020
Under most types of indemnity insurance policies, including car insurance, home insurance, property insurance and liability insurance, insurance companies may have the right of subrogation. Essentially, subrogation allows an insurer, who pays an insured for a covered loss under an insurance policy or assumes liability for coverage, to advance a…Continue Reading