Meet Our Team!
“Let us take care of your lawsuit, so you can focus on your recovery & your life.”
Rebecca Wissenz is a born-and-raised Hamiltonian, growing up in Stoney Creek and graduating from Saltfleet High School. From the time she was 10 she knew that she wanted to be a lawyer, and she spent the next 15 years working towards her dream.
After studying Political Science at Queen’s University and then graduating from Windsor Law School, Rebecca returned home to Hamilton as a lawyer. She worked as an associate and later as a long-time partner in one of the city’s largest law firms, until founding Wissenz Law in 2008.
Today, Rebecca works closely with her amazing team and her clients to fight for their recovery and compensation. Clients have said she is dedicated, unwavering and compassionate. She specializes in personal injury work of all kinds, including: motor-vehicle accidents, medical negligence, wrongful death, acquired brain injuries, and accidental falls.
Senior Litigation Law Clerk
Wendy was born and raised in the Hamilton area, growing up in Ancaster and attended Ancaster High School. She attended Post-Secondary school and received a degree in Financial Accounting, Human Resource Management and Business Administration in which she received Honours and many Awards through the process. Wendy started working for two independent lawyers before moving on to one of the largest law firms in Hamilton where she met and worked closely with Rebecca for many years.
After working many years in the legal field, Wendy decided to obtain both her Paralegal Certificate and Law Clerk (Honours) Diploma. She specializes in Accident Benefits and Tort personal injury work, as well as Estates and Real Estate. She did work many years as a defence insurance clerk.
Wendy has been with Rebecca for over 20 years and they have developed a very strong bond with each other both on a professional level and on a personal level. Wendy is very compassionate to the client’s needs and works closely with Rebecca in helping them with their proper recovery needs and compensation.