Sam Parlatore was born and raised in the Niagara Region. He attended Brock University where he earned his BSM Honours Degree in 2003 and received the Distinguished Graduate Award for having the highest academic standing in his program. He received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor in 2006 and was called to the bar in 2007. Sam joined Graves and Richard Professional Corporation, Personal Injury Lawyers in 2008.
Sam has strong personal and professional ties to the Niagara community. Sam is also proficient in the Italian language and can provide legal services in Italian. He is focused on helping local accident victims obtain the compensation they deserve for their accident related injuries. He prides himself on the knowledge that his clients are satisfied with the results of his work in obtaining fair compensation for their injuries.
Sam works on injury cases of all types from soft tissue injuries to Traumatic and Catastrophic Brain Injuries. He has extensive experience in handling cases involving Traumatic and Catastrophic Brain Injuries. He focuses on resolving cases while minimizing the stress of litigation for his clients and their families. Sam has honed his negotiation skills and it is considered one of his greatest strengths. He communicates openly and clearly with his clients, and is easily accessible to them.
Sam is on the Board of Directors with the Brain Injury Association of Niagara (BIAN), a group committed to maximizing the quality of life for individuals with brain injuries and their loved ones and to raising awareness for the prevention of brain injures through support, advocacy and information. He is also a Director for the Canadian Italian Business Professional Association (CIBPA Niagara) and a member of the Lincoln County Law Association and Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.
Sam is also passionate about soccer and what the sport can do to help others. While at the University of Windsor, he was involved with organizing the annual Windsor Italian Law Association soccer tournament to benefit members of the Italian Canadian Handi-Capable Association.