Daniela Pacheco is a lawyer at Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree with High Distinction from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D. in Law at Osgoode Hall Law School, where she worked as a caseworker in the Social Assistance, Violence, and Health Group at Parkdale Community Legal Services. Daniela also represented Osgoode Hall Law School as a prosecutor at the Moot International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands.
Pancheco is seasoned in all aspects of the plaintiff's medical malpractice as well as in traumatizing injury litigation. She represented her clients as legal representatives at the trial of a judge-alone trial in cases such as multiple-party medical malpractice cases, medical negligence, and inhabitant liability cases.
Daniela is a member of several highly trusted companies in the country, such as the Advocates' Society, the Ontario Bar Association, the Toronto Medical-Legal Society, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Ontario Women's Lawyers Association, and the Toronto Lawyers Association.
Recognition and Specializations
- Pancheco is a regular component of the OTLA Medical Malpractice Newsletter.
- She has been Chair of the Women's Caucus for two consecutive years.
- She earned the OTLA Women's Caucus Award in 2017.
- She has represented as the Board of Directors and the Policy Committee of the Abrigo Center for six years. A charitable institution that helps develop trusting relationships in downtown Toronto.
- Daniela was elected as a member-at-large of the Ontario Bar Association Women's Executive Forum for 2018-2019.
- She has worked as a caseworker in complex cases of multiple-party medical negligence.
- She has written and spoken at conferences and webinars of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association on various issues, such as trial preparation, tavern accountability, and complex examination for discovery.