IMMIGRATION, EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INJURY IN TORONTO AND THE GTA

Client First Approach

When you are involved in an accident, you are often unprepared for the consequences that follow. Dealing with a personal injury can be difficult when you are not only trying to recover your health, but also worrying about your finances.
At Cambria Law, we are here to step in and help you negotiate through your personal injury claim.

Our team will help you get access to Accident Benefits, Loss of Income, Pain and Suffering, Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits, and Attendant Care Benefits.

Our focus is fighting for your financial peace of mind while you focus on your health. If you are confined to a hospital room or your home, we will come to you.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Our law firm has extensive experience dealing with Car Accidents. While you focus on your recovery we fight for your case. We help you receive fair compensation for your pain and suffering, wage loss, rehabilitation expenses, future care costs and loss of future earning capacity.

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Slip and Fall

A slip and/or fall caused by the negligence of another party can lead to serious injuries. If you have been injured while on someone else’s property, you may be able to demand compensation for any losses you suffer. You are welcome to speak with our lawyers for a free consultation to learn more about your specific circumstance

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Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian accidents can lead to serious short-term and long-term injuries swell as personal hardships. Pedestrian injuries can often be extensive, especially if the individual was struck by a vehicle. At Cambria Law, we have extensive experience dealing with Pedestrian Accidents, helping represent the victims and make sure they receive proper reimbursement from the vehicle driver and insurance.

NO FEE UNTIL YOUR CASE IS SETTLED

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long do I have to start my claim?

There is generally a limitation period of two years following the date of the accident to start a lawsuit. However, it is best to contact a lawyer as soon as possible.

I cannot return to work as a result of my accident. What should I do?

By consulting a lawyer with expertise in the area of personal injury, you will be informed of the different coverage options available to you for income protection such as income replacement benefits and disability benefits.

What if the accident was my fault?

Even if the accident was your fault, you are still entitled to accident benefits. These benefits can be substantial if your injuries are serious.

What can I recover?

There are several factors we must consider before we can estimate the value of your case.

Generally, if your case involves an automobile accident, there are two ways you can claim for compensation. The first is recovering damages from the person who was at fault for your accident and the second is Accident Benefits which are available to anyone injured in an automobile accident, whether they were a driver, passenger or pedestrian. You can get compensation for your pain and suffering and for the financial losses caused by the accident. Accident benefits can provide immediate payments to replace lost income and fund treatment.

How much will the lawsuit cost me?

We work on a “contingency fee” basis which means that you DO NOT pay anything unless we recover money for you in a settlement. When we successfully settle your claim, our legal fees are paid from the amount of your award and are usually a percentage of your award agreed upon beforehand.

What should I bring to our initial meeting?

Please bring with you any of the following documents that you may have:

  • Insurance pink slip or certificate
  • Your driver’s license or other photo ID
  • Contact information for your insurance company
  • Police motor vehicle/ car accident report or occurrence number and any other police documents including the officer’s card if it was provided to you
  • Photographs of the scene of the accident and your injuries
  • An estimate or any appraisal of property damage to your car or vehicle
  • Record of your salary (pay stubs from your employer, a T4 slip or Canada Revenue Agency Record of Assessment)
  • Any letters from your insurance company
  • Any letters you may have received from the other party to the accident
  • Any medical reports or notes/scripts from your doctor
  • A list of your treating physicians and medical specialists you have seen

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