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Hilborn & Konduros strives to provide the best outcomes for their clients. That means efficiently securing you the money you deserve for your injury, or wrongful dismissal, or when your insurer wrongly terminates your short or long term disability benefits. If you are purchasing or selling a house or a business, we will make sure your transaction closes smoothly and economically.
Whether your injury involves chronic pain, fibromyalgia, spinal injury, broken bones, torn ligaments, neck and back pain or other ailments, we have the experience to bring your claim to a successful conclusion. We don’t get paid unless you do. We do not charge money up front.
If your employer is constructively dismissing you by making your work environment intolerable, or has wrongfully dismissed you by terminating your employment without notice or cause, for economic reasons or restructuring, or has alleged cause for dismissal when no cause really exists but has failed to pay you in lieu of notice, we will be there to make sure you are paid the money they must pay you by law, whether your employer is large or small. We frequently litigate against the biggest companies in Canada. We only get paid when you do. We do not charge money up front.
If your insurer has denied you the benefits you are entitled to, we will be there to get those benefits for you, whether you are dealing with State Farm, Intact, Echelon, Economical, Wawanesa, Great West Life, Manulife, Sun Life, RBC Insurance, Desjardins or any of the many insurance companies operating in Ontario. We will not get paid until you do. We do not charge money up front.
If you are remortgaging, refinancing, selling a house or buying one, we have the real estate practice infrastructure necessary to service you, and we can make sure your purchase or sale of a business is successfully completed. We can also handle all of your will, power of attorney and estate needs. Our mission is to make you happy.

Robert Konduros

Robert Konduros graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1986 and has been practicing litigation for 32 years. With an emphasis on personal injury, motor vehicle, disability benefits, wrongful dismissal, and insurance litigation, he has extensive trial experience and has appeared successfully in all levels of appeal in Ontario including the Superior Court of Justice‎, the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal For Ontario.

Mr. Konduros is a former chairperson of the Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits Tribunal and has level II training in collaborative law. Present and past affiliations include membership on the City of Cambridge Environmental Advisory Committee, past president of the Shades Mill Law Association, past chairman of the Cambridge Shelter Corporation, workshop presenter for the Advocate’s Society Lecture Series, member of the office administration/legal program Advisory Committee at Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, and member of the Governance Committee at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.

Tim Hilborn

Tim Hilborn was born and raised in the City of Cambridge (formerly Town of Preston) and is pleased to be practicing law here since he was called to the bar in 1979. His practice consists primarily of real estate, mortgages, wills and estates. He received his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the University of Western Ontario and his Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) from the University of Windsor.

Tim has been active in the City of Cambridge community and in the local Hespeler business community. He has served on several committees such as Hespeler Business Improvement Association and Core Area Revitalization Advisory Committee (CARAC) and Arthur White Sports Bursary Committee. He also used to be a Big Brother with the Big Brother organization. Tim is very pleased to be serving his community and clients throughout the area.

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If you are buying or selling a home or business, call us. We have years of experience in handling residential and other real estate  transactions, including mortgages, wills, estates, powers of attorney, incorporations, shareholder and partnership agreements.