Gurminder S. Sandhu

Gurminder S. Sandhu

Gurminder S. Sandhu

Practice Areas

  • Insurance  – defence
  • Motor vehicle claims
  • Personal injury  – defence
  • Property loss and subrogated claims
  • Coverage disputes


  • Thompson Rivers University, Law Student Mentor, since 2013
  • The Canadian Bar Association – British Columbia Branch
  • BarTalk Editorial Committee, 2004-2008, and since 2015
  • Practice Advisory Panel, since 2012
  • Automobile Insurance Committee, since 2011
  • Advisory Committee to Judicial Council of British Columbia, since 2011
  • B.C. Provincial Council, Elected Representative for Vancouver County, 2008-11 and since 2016

Presentations & Publications

  • Billing and Time Management, Lindsay LLP, 2016
  • Contributor, Submissions on behalf Canadian Bar Association (BC) to BC Supreme Court Rules Revision Committee re: Audiotaping IMEs, December 2014
  • Contributor, Submissions on behalf of Canadian Bar Association (BC) to BC Utilities Commission re: ICBC rates, 2013


  • University of British Columbia, LL.B, 1999
  • University of British Columbia, B.A., 1998


  • English
  • Punjabi


Gurminder represents insurers and their insureds in a diverse array of matters from motor vehicle claims and personal injury litigation to property loss and general coverage issues.

In his approach to client work, Gurminder focuses on being efficient and on truly listening to all parties. This often creates opportunities to uncover objectives early on in the process and, ultimately, to facilitate a satisfactory resolution.

Gurminder consistently works to make the practice of law better for his colleagues inside and outside the firm. Whether he is sharing practice advice, volunteering on one of many committees or mentoring law students, Gurminder can be counted on to make a valuable contribution to any initiative he is involved in.

In recognition of his contribution to the legal community, The Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia Branch honoured Gurminder with its 2011 Certificate of Appreciation.