Girones Lawyers in Timmins

At Girones Lawyers, we are committed to ensuring that our clients in the Timmins area and throughout Northern Ontario have access to the best possible legal representation. Our lawyers have experience representing clients in all levels of court in Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada. They have argued cases in front of juries and judges. Our lawyers have decades of combined experience and have been nationally recognized as experts in the fields of personal injury, medical malpractice law and Real Estate. We recognize that our clients in and around Timmins have a real need for the quality of legal representation that we can provide. We endeavour to help our clients navigate the legal system with confidence.

Our Timmins team specializes in providing legal advice to clients who have suffered a bodily injury in an accident including motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, accidents involving faulty products, and as the victims of violent crime. We have the experience to handle cases involving severe and permanent injuries such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and amputations. Our team has also provided services to those who have suffered injury or illness due to a medical mistake. We have handled cases involving complex injuries requiring complicated medical evidence. No matter the complexity of your case, we can provide you with the advice and representation that you need.

Free consultationOur Timmins office is located at 16 Cedar Street South. Our lawyers and staff are available to serve you in both English and French. Don’t delay in contacting our office to arrange for your free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. There are limitation periods within which you must file claims and apply for benefits. Any delay can result in you losing the compensation that you deserve. Protect yourself and your family by contacting one of our qualified lawyers today.


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