Christine Pratt, QC represents individuals, insurers, governments and corporations of various sizes located throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories, with a focus on insurance defence, personal injury and general civil litigation. Christine's insurance clients turn to her for help with casualty, coverage, subrogation, errors and omissions, fidelity and employment disputes.
Christine represents corrections and police services clients before administrative tribunals and inquiries, including peace officer disciplinary reviews before the Law Enforcement Review Board of Alberta and various Fatality Inquiries. In addition, Christine regularly represents contractors and subcontractors regarding builders’ liens and other general construction matters.
With her vast experience pursuing and defending personal injury claims involving minor to serious bodily injuries and fatalities, Christine provides her clients with a risk assessment and a range of options to ensure they understand the likelihood of success at trial and whether a favourable alternative resolution is ideal under the specific circumstances of the case.
Christine articled with Field Law from 1992-93 and returned to the firm in 1998 after practicing for five years at a small, full-service law firm. She teaches insurance law at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law.