Rajan S. Bains is an Associate at Holness and Small Law Group.
Mr. Bains obtained a Bachelor in Business Administration from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2015 and a Juris Doctor with Distinctions from Bond University in 2017. He was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2020.
Mr. Bains started his legal career articling and practicing with a boutique civil litigation firm in downtown Vancouver, practicing predominantly plaintiff personal injury law. Thereafter, Mr. Bains gained experience at one of Fraser Valley’s top full-service law firms, practicing predominantly ICBC auto insurance defence. Possessing balanced experience having represented both sides, Mr. Bains is passionate about serving injured victims and assisting them on their path to recovery and settlement.
Mr. Bains takes a particular interest in litigation and is a tenacious advocate of his clients’ interests. He has appeared before the Provincial and Supreme Court of British Columbia. His approach is tailored to the facts of each claim, and he often looks for an amicable resolution without the need for litigation when possible. Mr. Bains has experience in negotiation and dispute resolution including mediations and settlement conferences, to assist clients that wish to avoid the stress and delay of court proceedings.
His interests outside of law include agriculture, business, real estate, sports, travelling, fast cars, motorcycles, and spending time with his friends and family, including his beloved Cane Corso. Mr. Bains is a proud supporter of the Mercedes-AMG F1 Team, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Pittsburgh Penguins, Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Lakers.
As the son of hardworking immigrants, Mr. Bains is proud to represent clients of all ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. Mr. Bains speaks Punjabi fluently and understands Hindi.
- Personal Injury
- Business Law
- Commercial Litigation
- General Litigation
- The Law Society of British Columbia
- Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
- Canadian Bar Association
- South Asian Bar Association of British Columbia