Faith Hayman was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1985 and practiced both defence and plaintiff personal injury law before becoming firmly committed to litigating solely on behalf of the injured and people with disabilities.
She was called to the BC Bar in 1993 and has since developed a successful and respected practice in the areas of personal injury, disability and other insurance law – first with a boutique law firm, and now with her own firm.
Faith has given presentations to the Trial Lawyers Association of BC, Canadian Insight, Canadian Institute, Continuing Legal Education, American Board of Vocational Consultants, the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada – BC, the BC Cancer Agency, and the Canadian Association of Psychiatry and the Law. She is known for her compassion, incisive mind, and absolute commitment to justice.
Faith is a founding member of the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society, as after encountering numerous families who’ve lost a loved one to wrongful death, she recognized the urgent need to reform BC’s antiquated wrongful death laws.
She lives in North Vancouver with her husband and an aging golden doodle. When she’s not working, you can often find her hiking the north shore trails. You can connect personally with Faith on her website.