Bruce Peninsula Personal Injury Law Firm
No Matter Where You Live, We’re Here For You
Our team has secured the largest settlements in Canadian history, and we can help you get the care and compensation you need.
Our reputation for record-setting settlements in the Greater Toronto Area has led many to believe that we represent only victims of spinal and brain injury, but this is not the case. Though we’ve worked hard to secure the care and compensation that these clients need, we do not limit ourselves to these practice areas. Oatley Vigmond is more than a spinal and brain injury law firm. We fight for the physical and financial futures of all personal injury victims.
Our firm is not limited to the GTA, either. As proud members of Ontario’s Personal Injury Alliance, we have made it our mission to offer provincewide protection for all those in need, regardless of their city of residence. To make this mission possible, we have established law offices in strategic locations throughout Ontario to ensure that we can arrange client consultations without delay. To date, we have helped a number of personal injury victims in Bruce Peninsula, and we can help you, too.
Available 24 hours a day. We offer absolutely free legal consultation anywhere in Ontario. You don’t pay until we win your case.
IN BRUCE PENINSULA, AND ACROSS ONTARIO, WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED
Words cannot express the way a family feels when a loved one suffers a serious personal injury. When stress levels are already running high, the last thing you want to do is take on additional pressure. But it’s something that many families are forced to do when legal and insurance deadlines are looming. You need to find a qualified lawyer, fast – where do you turn?
Your choice of legal representation will be one of the most important decisions you ever make. It will impact the rest of your life. The average case takes roughly two years to reach a resolution, meaning that the wrong choice of lawyer can cost you both time and money. Nobody can afford to put their life on hold, only to be burdened by additional legal expenses when they were expecting compensation.
Oatley Vigmond Personal Injury Lawyers LLP are standing by to help you in your time of need. We house a team of talented legal professionals who possess the academic and experiential knowledge needed to take your case to any level of court. When you choose our personal injury firm, you enlist a team with the skills, knowledge, and resources required to submit insurance claims, coordinate rehabilitative care teams, and take your case to trial.
Our 40-year history has yielded impressive results, including some of the largest settlements ever awarded in brain and spinal litigation. Members of our firm have served at the head of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association for years, and our partners are distinguished with the elite ‘Certified Litigation Specialists in Civil Litigation’ designation from the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Best of all, we will not burden you or your family with unwanted financial stress. We offer absolutely free consultations, and will not invoice you for our services until you’ve been fully compensated.
THE RIGHT FIRM, THE BEST FIT FOR YOU
Choosing a personal injury representative in Bruce Peninsula is a serious decision that can have a profound impact on your life. It takes an average of 2 to 4 years for a personal injury case to reach conclusion, and neither you nor your family can afford to make the wrong choice. Prudence is paramount, and there is no better research you can conduct when looking for a personal injury lawyer in Bruce Peninsula than meeting your lawyer in person, so book your free consultation today.
With over 40 years of personal injury experience, we have helped thousands of clients secure their financial and family future after suffering life-changing personal injuries. Our award-winning legal representatives have won some of the highest settlements in Canadian history. The partners are also distinguished with the elite ‘Certified Litigation Specialists in Civil Litigation’ designation from the Law Society of Upper Canada.