James Ludwar is a benefit and disability lawyer in Calgary. With a lifelong commitment to representing clients in both personal injury and disability cases, James enjoys working with and helping people of all ages and backgrounds. He has appeared at provincial courts, Court of Queen's Bench, and the appeals courts of both Alberta and Saskatchewan. He has also argued before the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and various provincial and federal administrative tribunals.
One of his major talents is the ability to make things simple and explain complex issues such as the difference between legal and medical disability to clients, insurance administrators and other legal professionals such as opposing counsel and judges.
Born in Melville, Saskatchewan, he obtained his undergraduate degrees from the University of Regina and his law degree from the University of Saskatchewan. He articled with Duchin, Bayda, and Kroczynski in Regina, and then became a partner in the litigation firm of Bayda Ludwar in Calgary. In 2012, James formed his own boutique disability litigation firm of Ludwar Law.