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We basically contribute our resources so that you don’t have to pay any fees until your case is settled. This allows you to focus on your recovery and not worry about paying for legal services.

A personal injury lawyer is a term that refers to legal remedies and defenses in civil lawsuits that are brought about by wrongful conduct. The Latin term “tort” actually means twist, wrong, harm. Contrary to criminal law, a tort case does not involve the government prosecuting wrongdoers. These cases are a private lawsuit that seeks compensation (usually money), for the damage caused by the defendant’s acts.

Our work is contingent. Legal fees are not charged until your case is resolved. There are no legal fees if the case is not resolved. To ensure victims feel comfortable talking to our firm about their case and to be able to access their legal rights, we offer a free initial consultation as well as a contingency fee model. This allows them to avoid mounting legal costs and financial pressures that can come with serious injury.

We’re experts in Personal Injury law to getting your life back on to the track

We believe it’s the job of a trauma lawyer to act as your advocate and trusted advisor through the complex legal, medical and insurance issues related to your recovery. As a result of this commitment, our firm has some of the most recommended personal injury lawyers in Toronto and all of Ontario.

  1. No fees until we win
  2. We travel to meet with you
  3. We’re highly responsive
  4. We provide rehabilitation support
  5. Access our skilled experts

Types of Personal Injury Cases

Many types of incidents can lead to a personal injury claim:

  • Medical Malpractice: Doctors and other medical professionals have a high duty of care, and breaching that duty can have catastrophic results on the patient. Many states limit recovery for medical malpractice. Find a medical malpractice lawyer.
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents: Injuries from auto accidents are common, and range widely from minor whiplash to debilitating injuries and death. Find a motor vehicle accident lawyer.
  • Pedestrian Accidents: When a large, heavy vehicle hits a pedestrian, the pedestrian is almost always the loser. Pedestrians may recover from liable drivers’ insurance policies. Find a pedestrian accident lawyer.

  • Railroad Accidents / FELA: Railroad workers are specifically covered by the Federal Employers’ Liability Act, and may recover from their employers. Find a railroad accident lawyer.

  • Boating Accidents: Accidents can occur on boats and other waterborne vehicles, just as accidents happen with motor vehicles on the land. Find a boating accident lawyer.

  • Motorcycle Accidents: Motorcycle accidents can be particularly devastating to the victim. Find a motorcycle accident lawyer.

  • Commercial Truck Accidents: Commercial trucks tend to be large, and may be able to cause significantly more damage that a normal motor vehicle. Find a commercial truck accident lawyer.

  • Mass Tort: A mass tort is when several plaintiffs file suit together against one or more corporate defendants. Mass torts often occur when a large number of people are exposed to a toxic chemical or other environmental matters. Find a mass tort lawyer.
  • Insurance Bad Faith: When a person makes a claim to his or her insurance company for an incident covered under his or her policy, the insurance may attempt to deny the claim, prompting the insured to sue his or her insurance company. Find a lawyer for insurance bad faith claims.
  • Wrongful Death: If a person dies due to the negligent or tortious actions of another, his or her successors may sue the wrongdoer and recover. Find a wrongful death lawyer.
  • Class Action: A class action is when several plaintiffs file suit against a defendant. Class actions can happen in products liability cases, or when a service provider, like a bank, wrongfully charges a fee. Find a lawyer for class action lawsuits.
  • Drug Litigation: A pharmaceutical company may market a drug that is dangerous and has not been properly tested. People who took the drug may have a cause of action against the company. Find a drug litigation lawyer.
  • Workplace Injuries: The employer is often liable for injuries that occur at work. While injuries are most common at workplaces with heavy equipment or dangerous chemicals, they can happen at any place of employment. Find a workplace injury lawyer.
  • Nursing Home Abuse: Nursing homes are entrusted with a high duty of care. If they breach that duty, it could come at a high cost for the residents. Find a nursing home abuse lawyer.
  • Dog Bites: While extremely common pets that are usually docile, dogs can be dangerous, and their bites can cause severe injury and even death. Find a dog bite lawyer.
  • Premises Liability: Whenever an injury occurs on someone’s property, the issue of the property owner’s liability should be closely examined. Find a premises liability lawyer.
  • Product Liability: If a company puts a defective product into the stream of commerce, it could be liable to anyone injured by the product. Find a products liability lawyer.
  • Spinal Cord Injury: The spine serves as both the backbone, which the entire body is connects together, and as the conduit for nerves from the brain to the rest of the body. An injury can have severe effects. Find a spinal cord injury lawyer.
  • Brain Injury: Even a relatively minor brain injury can have a significant effect on a person’s life, and a major one can be completely debilitating. Find a brain injury lawyer.

Legal Definition of "Intentional Torts"

Intentional torts can include assault, battery and slander, as well as false imprisonment, intentional emotional distress, trespass and malicious prosecution. Intentional torts claims typically involve three elements:

Causation: The plaintiff must prove that the defendant caused the consequences.

Contrary to other tort claims the plaintiff does not have to prove that he/she was injured in order for the defendant be held liable. Punitive damages are possible in intentional torts depending on the jurisdiction. Punitive damages are meant to punish the defendant’s bad behavior.

We can assess your case and provide information about your legal options. The final settlement or award that you receive may depend on many factors. The extent of your injuries as well as the amount of damage you have suffered are some factors that will influence the final settlement or award you might receive. You can be confident that you have an experienced team of litigators by your side. We are able to fight insurance companies and get you the financial compensation that you deserve.

  • Medical bills
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Loss of earning potential
  • Property damage
  • Emotional distress
  • The two most painful things in life are suffering and pain

Insurance adjusters will not offer fair compensation. They will try to convince you to settle for less than what you really need and deserve. They can’t win. We can help you fight back, ensure that you have enough money to recover, and get your life on track.

Even if everyone makes a mistake, construction is one of the most dangerous professions. Many people work on construction sites, so it’s only a matter time before someone makes a mistake. Many common accidents in construction can lead to catastrophic injuries. Some examples of accidents are:

  • Falling objects can cause you to be hit
  • Falls from high places
  • Scaffolding collapses
  • Trench collapses
  • Electrical accidents
  • Power tool mishaps
  • Accidents involving heavy machinery
  • Explosives or demolition tools can cause accidents

Many construction workers are affected by accidents that can change their lives in an instant. It is important to consult a personal injury lawyer firm to determine who may be responsible.

Construction is already one of the most dangerous industries, even if no one makes a mistake. There are many people on construction sites performing many different jobs, and it is only a matter of time before a contractor or another party makes an error. There are many, many common construction accidents, and each can cause catastrophic injuries. Some accidents include:

  • Getting hit by falling objects
  • Falls from high places
  • Scaffolding collapses
  • Trench collapses
  • Electrical accidents
  • Power tool mishaps
  • Accidents involving heavy machinery
  • Accidents involving explosives or demolition tools

As you can imagine, many construction workers have their lives changed in a single instant due to accidents. It’s crucial to speak with a personal injury law firm that can identify all parties that may be responsible.

Our personal injury lawyers have over 20 years of combined experience and helped many injured victims. No two cases are the same. We work closely with your medical team in order to assess how your injuries could impact your life and your future. We fight to ensure that you receive the best compensation for serious injuries.

Our Intellect personal injury lawyers helped victims of accidents who sustained serious and life-altering injuries.

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Neck and head injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Fractures
  • Disfigurement and amputation
  • Internal organ damage
  • More

Your first priority should be to get your injuries treated and diagnosed after an injury. You can start your journey to recovery if you get to the doctor or ER as soon as possible. We all know how quickly medical bills can add up, and that the problem increases if you are unable to work while you recover. How can you get reimbursed for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering?

Here’s where we come in. We’ll help you to focus on your health and then we’ll look at what happened in order to determine who is responsible. We can assist you with any negligent actions.

  • Calculate the value to your personal injury case
  • All insurance companies are welcome to file claims
  • All communications with insurance adjusters should be handled
  • Let us know if you feel the settlement offer is not adequate (they almost always are!
  • Strive for the offer that you are entitled
  • If you need to protect your rights, file a personal injury suit
  • Manage the litigation process