Kyle R. Rees - Odea Earle Injury Lawyers

Kyle R. Rees

Representing your injury case with dedicated focus, specialized knowledge and caring is my promise. You deserve no less during this traumatic time. As your lawyer, I'll be a forceful advocate for your rights, and from day one my objective will be to obtain the best compensation for you and your loved ones.

Representing your injury case with dedicated focus, specialized knowledge and caring is my promise. You deserve no less during this traumatic time. As your lawyer, I'll be a forceful advocate for your rights, and from day one my objective will be to obtain the best compensation for you and your loved ones.

Kyle completed a BA in Philosophy at Memorial University and has a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. Kyle is a partner at O'Dea Earle, specializing in personal injury, human rights, criminal law, and union-side labour law, with a litigation practice that ranges from motor vehicle accidents to assisted dying and transgender rights.

Personal Injury and Other Legal Services

  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Labour Law
  • Personal Injury Law

Education

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland
    Dean's List2007
    James Good Scholarship for Philosophy2009
    Awarded to one student who excels in philosophy studies
    University Medal in Philosophy2009
    Awarded to the graduating student who has the highest average in Philosophy
    Diploma in Applied Ethics2009
    Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Minor in HistoryHonours2009
  • Osgoode Hall Law School
    Parker-Mooney Scholarship2009
    Awarded to a Newfoundland and Labrador student to study law at Osgoode Hall
    Juris Doctor2012
    Gold Key Award2017

Professional Associations

  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Bar Admission2013
  • The Canadian Bar Association
    Member

Every Single Fight

We can’t stop the hurt. But we can put ourselves between you and the things adding to it.

Personal and Community Involvement

  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
    MemberLaw Library Committee
    William J. Browne Scholarship2013
    Awarded to a student-at-law who has submitted the winning research essay on a legal issue of current public concern
    LecturerBar Admission Course2018
  • The Canadian Bar Association
    Former ChairConstitutional and Human Rights Law Section2016
    Young Lawyers Pro Bono Award2016
    Awarded to a young Canadian lawyer for outstanding pro bono legal services to the community
  • Lancaster House
    SpeakerAtlantic Canada Human Rights and Labour Law Conference2018
    PanelistWorkplace Impairment Workshop2018
    SpeakerWorkplace Privacy in a Digital Age Audio Conference2019
    SpeakerDisability and Accommodation Audio Conference2019
  • NLNU, Federation of Labour, FFAW
    LecturerLegalization of Marijuana and the Workplace2019
  • New Democratic Party of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Vice-President
  • The Independent
    MemberBoard of Directors
  • Human Rights Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Human Rights AwardNominee
    Awarded to an individual who has made and/or continues to make a meaningful contribution to advancing and furthering human rights in Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland
    CoachUndergraduate Mooting Team2013
- Kim McNeil
Kim McNeil was severely hurt in a head-on collision leaving her with major back and neck injuries. She was facing a tough road to recovery and needed a tough team to secure the compensation she needed. We got to work on Kim’s case immediately, keeping her informed and advocating aggressively on her behalf. The end result was a settlement that ensured Kim now has the financial resources her recovery requires.
- Paul Kielly
Paul Kielly suffered a serious neck injury putting his life and livelihood in question. When his insurance company disputed the seriousness of his injury, Paul called us. We took on the case and immediately arranged for an independent medical assessment of Paul’s injury. This changed the direction of Paul’s claim, and we secured the compensation he needed to get on with his rehabilitation and his life.

Contact Kyle R. Rees

Address
323 Duckworth Street   P.O. Box 5955
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1C 5X4