The Blackacre Law Team

portait_rossRoss Mirian is a member of the State Bar of California and the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Mr. Mirian’s ability to practice law in Canada and the United States has put him amongst a selected group of lawyers that can help service clients across North America.

Mr. Mirian focuses on long-term disability claims, motor vehicle accidents, and slip/trip and fall litigation. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Ontario and California. Mr. Mirian takes a personal interest in all of the firm's cases to ensure the highest standards of service and excellence are consistently met.


portait_hosseinHossein Niroomand is 'Of Counsel' to Blackace Law. He has been practicing since 2003 and specializes in personal injury, disability insurance  , slip and fall, and motor vehicle accident litigation. He is admitted to the Ontario Bar representing injured or disabled people with compassion and sensitivity.

Mr. Niroomand is very well respected within the legal community for his extensive experience negotiating lump sum settlements, as well as mediations, arbitrations and trials. He oversees every step in the progress of your case and you can rest assured that Mr. Niroomand’s experience is at work for you.

He has shown himself to be a worthy advocate in confronting the aggressive tactics of most defense lawyers and putting together strategies to ensure the best possible results for you.


anna1Anna Rezaei is an associate lawyer at Blackacre Law, PC, A Blackacre Law P.C.

Anna graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelors of Applied Science and obtained her law degrees from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and the University of Detroit Mercy.

Anna joined Mirian Law, a Blackacre Law P.C., shortly after her Call to the Bar. Prior to joining Mirian Law, Anna articled at a personal injury law firm in Toronto, where she assisted on arbitrations, and regularly represented clients in court. She has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Justice and Small Claims Court.