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We put your comfort and recovery first.

For our injured clients, we monitor your progress closely, including coordinating access to medical equipment, occupational therapists, and programs to promote your financial, social, physical and emotional well-being.

We deal with insurance companies, assist in securing your income replacement and disability benefits, and arrange for your medical care and therapy until your claim has settled, so you can focus on your recovery and move forward with confidence.

Hit by a car while walking?

You’re not alone. 2,300 pedestrians are injured every year in B.C.

We represent families seeking justice for a lost loved one.

While we understand that no amount of compensation can ease your grief, filing a claim can help restore your sense of justice. We will investigate all the facts of the accident, determine fault, and make the at-fault driver accountable.

What are some of the most common causes of pedestrian-vehicle collisions?

  • distracted driving
  • speeding
  • aggressive driving
  • impaired driving
  • low visibility
  • rainy weather

ICBC statistics show the number of pedestrians hurt in crashes almost doubles from October to January.


February 7, 2020

Drivers must always yield to cyclists in dedicated bike lanes, judge rules.

November 26, 2019

Stopping is a judgment call. What you saw could help settle an insurance dispute later on.

November 1, 2019

Slipping on ice is like a right of passage for Canadians, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many ways to reduce the danger and risk of injury.

Timing is everything.

It’s critical to contact a lawyer quickly. In B.C., you have two years from the date of your accident to commence legal proceedings or your case is barred.