76 Algoma St N.

Thunder Bay, ON P7A 4Z4

P (807) 344-9191

F (807) 345-8391

TF 1-807-465-3988

E info@petronelaw.ca

www.petronelaw.ca

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Trust, certainly. Professionalism. Experience. An easy way with clients. Most importantly, results. These are the hallmarks of any great law firm. Petrone & Partners adds one more important quality to the list: personal attention to our clients. After all, at its root the law is simply about people.

As Thunder Bay's only full-service law firm, Petrone & Partners provides clients with expert and comprehensive legal services. Set up as a one-man practice in 1953 by nationally renowned lawyer Alfred Petrone, the firm grew over the years built on the ideals of upholding the rights of his clients and fighting for those rights whenever called upon. John Hornak dubbed Alfred Petrone the "Titan of the Bar" for his dedication to his clients and his lasting impact on law in Thunder Bay and across Canada, including the role he played in abolishing the death penalty.

As the firm grew, so did the names on the door. The partners who joined over the years did so because they wanted to work for a firm that still believed in the personal approach to law and the importance of serving the community. In 2016, Petrone Hornak Garofalo Mauro changed its name to simply Petrone & Partners in honour of the man and his history, though the firm's reputation remains the same.

Today, Petrone & Partners remains an independent law firm in Thunder Bay offering services in almost every area of law including personal injury litigation, family law, corporate and commercial law, insurance defence, civil litigation, criminal and regulatory litigation, contract law, employment law, administrative law, real estate, mortgages and zoning, Aboriginal law, debt collection, security and mortgage enforcement work, estates and wills, estate litigation, and bankruptcy litigation. The advantage of having all these services locally under one roof is that if there is a legal question that crosses into another area of law, the answer is usually with someone just down the hall.