Personal injury, medical malpractice, and class actions.


Raymond F. Wagner, Q.C.
Founder and Principal

Raymond Wagner Q.C. is the founder of Wagners. He has dedicated his legal practice to representing injured plaintiffs. His practice primarily focuses on class actions, medical negligence with a special focus in birth trauma, and personal injury litigation.

Ray is a compassionate advocate, known for his candor, civility and practical advice. Ray is known for litigating complex, technical and novel issues within his medical negligence and class action practice areas. He is an experienced trial lawyer recognized by peer review publications. He is a recipient of the H. Bruce T. Hillyer Award and the Lorne Clarke Q.C. Access to Justice Award. He was inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2021.

Ray's presentations include CBA, APTLA, OTLA, the AAJ, Osgoode and Quebec class action conferences and others. Ray has participated as a member of the Nova Scotia Statutory Costs and Fees Committee, the NSBS Rules Committee, and the Nova Scotia Bar and Bench Civil Procedure Rules Committee. He organized and addressed the first NSBS Class Action Conference. Ray was one of four founders of APTLA, was the inaugural president of APTLA, and was also the first Chairman of the Canadian Caucus of the AAJ.

Address: 1869 Upper Water St, PH 301, Historic Properties Building, Halifax NS B3J IS9
Phone number: 902 425 7330
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.wagners.co

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