Hammerco Lawyers has partnered with a top American law firm to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse within the Southern Baptist Convention in the US and Canadian National Baptist Convention in Canada.
Practicing in a trauma-informed manner is central to our civil sexual assault practice. We aim to provide a safe space for survivors to get answers to their questions and explore their legal options.
In recognition of Mel's passion for giving back and supporting underprivileged and historically or systematically marginalized individuals, Hammerco Lawyers was honoured to create the Mel Beaton memorial donation.
The law can be complex, but it doesn’t have to be. We created HelpForMe to help people understand their legal rights and options.
Hammerco Partners Morgyn Chandler and Krista Simon have been included in the 2023 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada for their top work in personal injury litigation and insurance law.
Billed as “enhanced care” for British Columbians by the government, BC citizens are finding out too late that ICBC’s no-fault insurance falls short of providing adequate care for those injured in car accidents.
Partner Krista Simon and Associate Rosy Arora successfully secured over $587,000 in a judgement for compensation for a young woman who sustained physical and cognitive injuries in a car accident on December 12, 2016.
Hammerco Lawyers is investigating allegations of sexual assault by one or more corrections officers at the Fraser Valley Institution for Women in Abbotsford between 2005 to 2020.
WestJet is alleged to have published two prices for checked bags, one that was free and another that was higher, and then charged passengers for the higher fee between September 2014 and March 2019.
Krista Simon has been appointed to join the Supreme Court Civil and Family Rules Committee to offer advice on new projects and rules that may impact British Columbians’ access to justice.
Dedicated nurse compensated over $500,000 after ICBC injury trial.
Best Lawyers recognizes top legal talents in Canada and around the world.
Class action cases will likely increase as more victims seek justice for systemic abuse and discrimination