MAY 25, 2018 LAW SOCIETY TRIBUNAL lxxix
Volume 21, May 2018
May 8, 2018
The Law Society alleged that Roland Spiegel, 2008, of Richmond Hill,
committed professional misconduct.
The panel determined that the following allegations were established:
2.01(1) and (2), and 3.02(14) of the Paralegal Rules of Conduct in
effect prior to October 1, 2014 when he submitted forms containing
misrepresentations to insurance companies under the Statutory
accident Benefits Schedule to the Insurance Act, as follows:
Statutory accident Benefits Schedule to the Insurance Act on
which he placed electronic signatures of medical professionals
and clients, confirming statements he knew were not true and
that the signatories had not prepared or reviewed.
suggested on their face that he had provided services he had not
in fact provided.
date than when they were submitted, in an effort to create
confusion about the applicable date.
Rules 1.03, 2.01(1) and (2) of the Paralegal Rules of Conduct and
violated Rule 3.02(14) when he knowingly prepared, submitted,
signed and invoiced for treatment plan forms he was not entitled to
prepare under the Statutory accident Benefits Schedule.
Rules 1.03, and 2.01(1) and (2) of the Paralegal Rules of Conduct
companies, rather than including all proposed assessments in one
plan, in order to increase the number of claims for fees payable to
his company, Pro-act Medical & Rehabilitation Services, that could be
made in his client’s name.