A Tradition of Representing Patients and Their Families
At Pacific Medical Law, we provide extensive legal expertise and professional experience in medical malpractice and birth injuries representation. We support our clients with the best of resources and work to give them every advantage in the recovery process. If you or your loved one has been injured due to the negligence of a doctor or other medical professional, it is in your best interests to speak with one of our lawyers about your rights.
Click on one of the profiles below to learn about the qualifications and background of our lawyers:
Holly Saxelby, legal assistant
Holly is a key part of our litigation team and one of the first people clients talk to when they call our office. She helps manage the huge volume of documents that are required for every case we take on. She also schedules appointments and discoveries, and makes sure that the office runs smoothly. Her years of experience are evident in the calm problem-solving approach she applies to every situation.
Holly graduated from Camosun College in Victoria with a Legal Secretarial Certificate. She worked in a Victoria law firm for four years before moving to the lower mainland. She has worked with Paul McGivern since 1987 exclusively in the area of medical malpractice law.
Corina Stockli, legal assistant
Corina is the first person clients meet when they come to our office. Her positive attitude and willingness to assist in any way she can helps clients deal with the challenges of litigation. Corina keeps everybody on track by managing the office calendar, organizing records and providing litigation and administrative support to the lawyers in the firm.
Corina graduated from Douglas College in 2000 with a Legal Secretarial Certificate. She worked for labour and employment lawyers until 2004 when she joined a medical malpractice law firm. Corina enjoys dealing with clients and their families as their cases are investigated and prepared for trial or appeal.
Kristi Samson, paralegal
Kristi joined Pacific Medical Law in 2020 and provides a supportive role in file management, which includes administrative support, document review and production, preparing list of documents and communicating with clients and related parties.
Kristi graduated from Douglas College in 2009 with a Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate and later graduated from Vancouver Community College in 2011 with a Paralegal Certificate. She has worked in personal injury litigation since 2011 and exclusively in the area of medical malpractice since 2017.