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Heather Siydock

What my clients say

Thank you for your quick responses and your compassion.”

Thank you, Heather, for all of your hard work. It means so much to me.

Heather Siydock

What my clients say

Thank you for your quick responses and your compassion.”

Thank you, Heather, for all of your hard work. It means so much to me.

Heather
Siydock
Paralegal
Heather
Siydock

Heather brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her role, specializing in managing WSIB claims on behalf of our clients.

With a deep understanding of Ontario’s workers’ compensation system and a passion for advocating on behalf of injured workers, Heather is committed to ensuring that each client receives the support and representation they deserve.

Her practice includes working closely with employees and various unions – such as transportation and first responders – and their members and helping them to navigate the complicated world of workers’ compensation. Heather provides personalized guidance every step of the way; she is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for each client.

Heather joined Nelligan Law in 2017 while completing the Law Society of Ontario’s Paralegal Licensing Process. She obtained her Paralegal Diploma from Algonquin College, where she and her teammates competed in, and won, the Durham Cup moot competition. Prior to this, Heather obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Law and French from Carleton University.

In addition to her work on WSIB and WSIAT-related matters, Heather has appeared before the Small Claims Court, and has assisted on matters before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.

In her free time Heather enjoys reading, cooking, baking, and spending time with her husband and two children.

Education & Professional Associations
  • Law Society of Ontario, P1 Paralegal License (2017)
  • Ontario College Graduate Certificate, Paralegal, Algonquin College
  • Bachelor of Arts, (Law and French), Carleton University
  • County of Carleton Law Association

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