Sue K. Chen, B.A., M.B.A., J.D.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Sue represented clients on motor vehicle accident benefit cases and conducted a number of arbitrations, mediations, and small claims court trials. Since being admitted to the bar of New York (2002) and called to the bar of Ontario (2003), Sue has practiced in the area of real estate, civil litigation and criminal defence. Sue presently focuses her practice exclusively in personal injury litigation. She has represented numerous clients from different ethnicities and has an in depth understanding of dealing with clients from various cultures. Sue has represented clients in court in Ontario and New York and on actions/claims/cases in New York, British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. While representing clients of various cultural backgrounds, Sue travels to Asia and the United States to best assist her diverse client base. Sue has been interviewed numerous times by Asian media for comments on various legal issues and cases she has worked on, including the Fairchild News, Fairchild Radio, Singtao newspaper, Mingpao newspaper, CHIN radio, and Today Daily News. Sue has also conducted Continuing Medical Education presentations to physicians in Scarborough. Sue recently was a speaker for the law society’s Annual Law Clerks program.
Sue is an active member in the Chinese community. Sue sits on the executive planning committee of Yee Hong Dragon Ball and is executive of the board of directors for the Asian Chinese Canadian Lawyers Organization and Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals. Sue has been making charitable contributions to different non-profit organizations in the community including Yee Hong, Bayview Glen Foundation, Second Chance, United Way, and many others. Sue mentors students by acting as externship principal for students matriculating at Seneca College, Centennial College, articling students from various law schools, etc….
Her most recent accomplishments are appearing as a guest speaker for 6 eposides on an on-air radio legal knowledge discussion for Fairchild Radio and her appearance before the Divisional Court as counsel for the Plaintiff in Ng v. Beline, a decision that was published in the Ontario Reports.
Nick joined Sue Chen Personal Injury Lawyers P.C. in 2016. Prior to joining the firm, Nick practiced at a leading national firm, where he was fortunate to gain valuable experience specializing in insurance defence law.
Nick obtained his law degree from the University of Alberta, where he was awarded the Sheldon M. Chumir scholarship for Ethics in Government. While at school, Nick pursued his passion for advocacy, mooting in the Dean’s Cup and representing low-income clients in Criminal and Family Court. In addition to Criminal and Family Court, Nick has since appeared before the Superior Court of Ontario, Construction Lien Court, Small Claims Court and the Provincial Court of Ontario.
Nick is dedicated to working with his clients, and brings his knowledge of the insurance industry and his passion and experience as an advocate to help them achieve the best possible results.