H.E.L.P. – Highway Enforcement Legal Protection – Toronto Office
Have you received a traffic or speeding ticket in Toronto, Ontario?
Call our team to learn how to fight your ticket and keep your good driving record and your insurance rates low.
1885 Wilson Avenue – L100,
Toronto ON M9M 1A2
800-568-7356 (Toll Free)
toronto at helplegal dot caFREE QUOTE
(It only takes five minutes)
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
|60 Queen St. West, Toronto||2700 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto|
|1530 Markham Road, Toronto||137 Edward St., Toronto|
Jack Sturch (a.k.a. John Sturch) is the original Founder of the Toronto H.E.L.P. office. Jack has entered into retirement and has passed down the firm to Stephanie Logan.
Jack's career in law commenced at the Ministry of the Attorney General in 1966. He worked his way up through the legal system within the Provincial Government and in 1974 was appointed as a Justice of the Peace. The next 16 years were spent handing down judgments on accident and traffic matters, as well as taking charges from the general public, signing search warrants and setting bail in criminal matters.
In 1990 Jack decided it was time for a new challenge. He launched into a different direction, taking with him the years of experience and knowledge gained through his court experience. He entered into the growing field of paralegal work as a Provincial Offences Court Agent with a major traffic ticket defence company and for 17 years became well known in the Toronto (Etobicoke) area. The knowledge and friendships that Jack acquired during his many years with the Government have been invaluable in helping him weave his way through the countless levels of bureaucracy within the court system.
Jack joined H.E.L.P. Legal in March of 2007 and has now retired. His successor Stephanie Logan is determined to uphold the reputation Jack spent 17 years creating.
Brian E. Starkman is a criminal lawyer who has experience as both a traffic prosecutor and a criminal Crown Attorney. For the past 20 years, he has been practicing defense criminal law specializing in criminal driving offences. He has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario including Provincial Offences Court, Provincial Court Criminal Division, Superior Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal. He has been a guest lecturer at the Judges' conferences, Prosecutors' seminars, and assorted other legal symposiums. Throughout his career as a defense lawyer, he has been attending the regions of Grey Bruce, Dufferin County, Huron County, Grey County and Perth County on a regular basis. He has represented scores of persons in these regions who were charged with criminal driving offences (including impaired driving, over 80, dangerous driving and others) and has enjoyed an outstanding success rate. Few lawyers in the province have the experience he has representing persons charged with criminal driving offences particularly in these regions of the Province. He would be prepared to meet with you for a free consultation to discuss the merits of your case.
Stephanie is a Paralegal in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada as well as an honours graduate of the Paralegal Education program at Humber College. She has vast experience working with Provincial Offences, Small Claims, Accident Benefits, and Landlord and Tenant. Stephanie has owned and operated her own firm prior to joining H.E.L.P. since 2012. She has represented large Corporations in Small Claims Litigation and Enforcement, and has previously worked as an in-house paralegal alongside top notch Criminal Lawyers in the industry and other seasoned Paralegals.
Prior to entering the legal field, she graduated from the Police Foundations program at Mohawk College. Stephanie worked as a Driver Examiner for the Ministry of Transportation (Drive Test Centre) from 2006 to 2010 where she assessed new drivers on rules and regulations of the road prior to granting driver licences. Stephanie's wide range of work experience includes law and security, private investigations, and civil litigation. Stephanie has great passion for success and the law. She expresses her passion through ambition, attention to detail and dedication to all her clients.
Brendon is a new licensed paralegal who has recently joined H.E.L.P. Legal. He is a Paralegal in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada. Brendon graduated among the top of his class and was the first in his program to pass the P1 Licensing Process. Brendon has dedicated his focus on Small Claims Litigation and Enforcement along with Provincial Offences and Quasi-criminal matters.
To ensure his success in the field, Brendon spent several months being mentored by experienced Paralegals and brings a new found energy and passion for the law. Whether you are guilty or not guilty Brendon will always research case law to put forth his best argument and negotiate the best results possible for our clients.
(It only takes five minutes)