No Fees Until You Settle, All Consultations Are Free
Our law firm provides quality legal advice and representation to victims of medical malpractice and personal injury, including car accidents, slip and falls, and disability insurance denials.
Most of our cases are accepted on a deferred fee basis, meaning that you do not pay until the end of your case.
Contingency fees agreements in Ontario are now regulated by the Law Society of Ontario and we encourage everyone to read the Law Society’s Consumer Guide to Contingency Fee Agreement in Ontario. In addition your potential lawyer can answer your questions during the free initial consultation.
Our firm offers contingency fee agreement in personally injury and insurance matters. We do not offer contingency fee agreement for criminal or family matters. Our maximum contingency fee is 40% for complex medical malpractice and 33% for injury and insurance matters.
However different lawyers with different levels of experience in the firm may offer lower percentage in certain situations and usually do so when a client has multiple legal issues.
Remember also if we are successful a portion of those fees and most of the disbursements will be added to any settlement or trial Judgement. In certain cases, if the matter goes to trial, the court may award additional costs which can be directed to your lawyer to pay for fees incurred.
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Whether you are applying for accident benefits, have been denied disability benefits, or have questions about your legal rights following a bodily injury, our personal injury lawyers have the experience to provide you with the guidance that you need.
Our medical malpractice lawyers provide expert advice and can help you to ensure that you receive the financial compensation that you need so that you can focus on your recovery.
Contact us today to arrange for your free initial consultation with an experienced local lawyer who will provide you with the advice that you need and protect your legal rights and those of your family.