Our Vancouver personal injury lawyers have guided hundreds of injured clients through the complex and overwhelming litigation and rehabilitation process. For more than 35 years, we have fought for fair and just compensation to alleviate the financial, emotional and physical suffering of injury survivors.
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Brain and head injuries are complex. You need a skilled litigation team to succeed in court. With children the full repercussions may not be immediately obvious. A highly proficient team that can discern the impact of the TBI on development is needed. With adult mTBI’s there are often challenges to proving the impact of the injury. We are the leading western Canadian law firm specializing in brain and head injuries. Let us get the best short and long-term outcomes for you and your loved ones.
Commonly caused by car accidents, spinal cord injuries are physically and emotionally traumatic for injury survivors and their families. If you or your loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, book a free consultation with our experienced lawyers (Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) lawyers) to see how we can help during this difficult time.
Don’t settle for less compensation than you are owed. Learn your legal rights by consulting us before commencing an ICBC claim. Our highly skilled Vancouver personal injury lawyers have 35+ years of experience with serious ICBC claims and brain injury claims and are not afraid of going to trial.
Business owners and homeowners must keep their properties in a condition that is reasonably safe. If someone is injured due to a hazard that a business owner or homeowner knew or ought to have known posed a significant risk to people entering their property, the owner will be found liable.
Medical malpractice is when a healthcare provider’s conduct falls below the acceptable medical standard of care causing harm to the patient. If a doctor, nurse or other medical practitioner has failed you, our medical malpractice lawyers can investigate further to hold responsible parties accountable.
Most often occurring during the birthing process, birth injuries diagnosed as Cerebral Palsy (CP) are amongst the most common medical malpractice situations, there are many others that occur and require investigaton and compensation. Learn More
We act for BC residents who have been injured in car accidents in the United States. Richard Parsons is a citizen of Canada and the United States, and he is licensed to practise law in British Columbia and California. Scott Parks works from our Vancouver office, and he is licensed to practise law in Washington State, Florida and Georgia.
ICBC is a Crown Corporation with a monopoly for automobile insurance in British Columbia. It also manages driver’s licencing for the Province. Therefore, every resident of British Columbia with a driver’s license or automobile insurance is required to provide personal information to ICBC. Literally hundreds of ICBC employees and agents have access to ICBC’s databank of personal information. ICBC is under a duty to protect the privacy of its customers. There have been numerous incidents of ICBC employees accessing individuals’ personal information for improper purposes.
When an individual intentionally harms another person they are responsible for the harm they cause. This includes pain and suffering, lost capacity to earn income, and past and future medical and care expenses.
Professional malpractice or professional negligence is when a professional deviates from the standard of care, or fails to perform the expected duties of their profession and causes harm to a person. Read more about common claims including dental negligence and negligence of school or daycare staff.
Serious injuries suffered by persons being held in a correctional facility are often preventable if the management and staff of the jail are doing their jobs properly. If an assault occurs in a jail and it should have been prevented, correctional institutions and their staff can be held legally liable. This is true even if an inmate is assaulted by other inmates.