Areas of Expertise
We have extensive experience in all areas of plaintiff’s personal injury and wrongful death litigation. There is no substitute for practical experience. When your health is at stake, entrust your case to someone who has been there before.
Road accidents occur almost every day in urban environments. Whether between two or more cars, or involving pedestrians and cyclists, they can range from distressing to devastating. Let us help.
Property/Business Owner’s Liability
If you are injured on someone else’s property, the homeowner, business owner, or government body responsible for its upkeep could be liable for leaving it in unsafe condition. Talk to us.
Few experiences are more painful than losing a loved one. This is especially true when you believe that their death could have reasonably been prevented. Grief is debilitating; let us help you through this.
Extreme injuries can change life as you know it, often requiring intensive longterm treatment and rehabilitation. We’ll fight to get you expert care and put you on the road to recovery.
We represent victims of mid-air collisions, air traffic control negligence, and pilot error in claims against domestic and international carriers.
An assault is the threat by one person to commit unwanted physical contact with another, while battery is unwanted direct or indirect intentional physical contact. We represent clients injured from disputes ending in physical violence, sexual assaults, and assaults by bouncers and other bar or entertainment venue staff.
Medical And Dental Malpractice
We all place tremendous trust in the medical professionals who treat us—sometimes with devastating consequences. We represent those injured as a result of negligence: misdiagnoses, errors in making or interpreting medical records, and surgical errors.
Pets are, in most cases, special companions for individuals and families. With pet ownership comes the responsibility to take reasonable care to ensure that the animal does not cause harm to others. We act for victims who have suffered injuries from animal attacks, bites, kicks, and trampling.
TYPES OF DAMAGES
When determining compensation amounts, the law considers many variables. Pain and suffering, loss of wages, and the need for costly ongoing medical treatments are just some of the factors reviewed. Our vast experience will ensure your case is valued fairly.
When you suffer an injury caused by someone’s negligence, you are almost always entitled to non-pecuniary damages—a legal term for an award intended to compensate you for pain, suffering, and loss of enjoyment. The amount will vary, depending on the nature, severity, and duration of the particular injury.
If you have lost income because of an injury, you are entitled to recover it from the negligent party who caused harm. This loss can include lost wages and commissions, missed promotions or raises, lost job opportunities, and diminished business income.
An injury could well result in lost opportunities to earn income in the future. These claims typically arise when a person never returns to work following an injury, returns to reduced hours, or returns to their former employment at regular hours but in a diminished capacity.
These claims are to cover the treatment, rehabilitation, and homemaking assistance an injured person may require in the future—in some cases, for the rest of their life. Awards are broad and can include physiotherapy, massage therapy, kinesiology, ergonomic equipment, home aids, homemaking assistance, counselling, or psychological therapy. In order to be covered, the care item must be shown to be reasonable and medically necessary.
A negligent defendant is required to pay an injured person’s out-of-pocket expenses for things such as medical services, ergonomic equipment, medication, and damaged personal items.
If a homemaker is injured and left unable to perform the household chores that he or she once did for the family, they may be entitled to a loss of housekeeping services award. Alternatively, an award for housekeeping assistance may be advanced as part of a future care claim.