Anne M.J. Wrona is a personal injury lawyer at Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota.

Anne Wrona


Anne Wrona joined Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota LLP in 2010. Her practice focuses exclusively on representing injured individuals, primarily those with soft tissue, orthopaedic, neurological, psychological and brain injuries. Anne has represented individuals of all ages, including children, and also advises and represents clients injured through slip and fall accidents and occupiers liability. Anne has negotiated many successful settlements and appeared as counsel or co-counsel in a number of Supreme Court trials. Anne is fluent in English and Polish.

Representative Work

Automobile ICBC Claims Involving Brain Injuries, Catastrophic Claims, Chronic Pain, Orthopaedic and Whiplash Injuries

Negligence Claims Involving Personal Injury

Chronic Pain Claims

Infant Claims

Psychological Injuries

Memberships and Professional Affiliations:

Member, Law Society of British Columbia

Member, Victoria Bar Association

Member, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia

Member, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, Plaintiff Personal Injury Litigation Subgroup

Member, Canadian Bar Association

Member, Woman Rainmakers Subsection, CBA

Member, Civil Litigation Subsection, CBA

Past Member, College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia

Community Involvement:

Past Board of Directors Member, Victoria Brain Injury Society

Past Member, College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia


LL.B., University of Alberta

Bachelor of Science with Distinction (Physical Therapy), University of Alberta

Year of Call & Jurisdictions:

2007 – British Columbia


In her spare time, Anne enjoys fitness, yoga and travel.

Have you been injured through no fault of your own?