Ritch has been involved in the trucking industry since 1985. He has maintained his Class A licence since 1987 and has worked as a driver, driver trainer and instructor in that time. Most of his experience in the industry involves raw forest products transportation in Northwestern Ontario. In that time he has worked as an advocate for injured workers and is well versed in WSIB Policy and law for both workers and employers. He is trained and proficient in representing both workers and employers at all levels of WSIB hearings. In 2000, he became aware of the negative growth in the forestry sector and chose to pursue advocacy for those in need on a full time basis. However, he has been known to strap on the boots and get behind the wheel from time to time-just to stay sharp, or so he says. He is a fully accredited and licenced Paralegal and member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. As such he can put a driver’s perspective on the law and its implications for drivers and companies. Over the years as both a driver and advocate, Sunset Country Paralegal has developed a reputation in the area as a top notch, client oriented business that is courteous, professional and above all committed to serving those who choose to retain our services.
Shelley Swanson has many years of experience in an office environment and is the assistant responsible for setting up new client files and managing court schedules. She is also process server for Sunset Country Paralegal and manages filing of documents at court services as required. She can provide quotes for these particular services or any others offered by Sunset Country Paralegal.