About Adriano

Adriano Pranzitelli

B.A, J.D.

Adriano obtained an Honours B.A. with a double major in Criminology and Law and Society from York University. Adriano went on to complete his J.D. at the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Law.  While at the University of Windsor, Adriano volunteered as a case worker for the Community Legal Aid Clinic in Windsor.  He also volunteered his time in the Windsor Mediation Clinic, where he earned the Dean’s Recognition for Contribution and Advocacy to Mediation Services.

After being admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada, Adriano has successfully appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Divisional Court, as well as the Human Rights Tribunal, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, the Landlord Tenant Board Tribunal and Ontario Small Claims Court.

Prior to founding Pranzitelli Law Office, Adriano articled with a boutique law firm in Vaughan where he worked in several legal fields including personal injury litigation, accident benefits, wills and estates, employment law and commercial litigation.  Following the completion of his articles, Adriano worked for at a boutique law firm specializing in personal injury lawsuits, then founded Pranzitelli Law Office.

Adriano is currently a member of Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Upper Canada.  Adriano is also a Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths.

Adriano is dedicated to advocating for his clients and their families and fighting for their rights.  Adriano has conducted successful trials in both the Superior Court of Ontario and in Small Claims Court.  He prides himself in aiding injured people and their families through difficult times.  Adriano understands that the litigation process is often a lengthy and complicated one for his clients, he aims to keep the process as simple and rewarding for them.  In his spare time, Adriano enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, playing sports and exercising.  He is also a youth baseball coach in a woodbridge softball league.