Whitby Personal Injury Lawyer
Brown Law Office continues to serve our clients during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We have taken steps to protect our staff and clients and decrease the exposure to the Coronavirus.
We continue to conduct all meetings by phone or video conference unless an office visit is necessary. Covid screening will be done before personal meetings take place. As the threat is constantly changing, we will continue to monitor the situation and make any necessary changes.
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We take on every case with compassion and dedication. Our experience together with commitment to our clients allows us to get them the results they deserve. If you or a loved one has suffered a loss as a result of the negligent actions of a corporation or an individual you can file a claim to recover your losses and compensate you for your injury. Diagnosed with Mesothelioma from Exposure to Asbestos?
Our Ontario asbestos lawyers represent individuals throughout Canada diagnosed with mesothelioma. Canadians have the right to apply for compensation to the Asbestos Compensation Trusts in equal priority to American claimants. Brown Law can provide information regarding what your options are in terms of compensation. It you decide to proceed to make claims to the Asbestos Compensation Trusts we will do so as quickly as possible so that you can fund your medical needs and provide for your loved ones. If you are not able to travel to our office, a member of our Ontario, Canada, Asbestos legal team will come to your home, hospital or other location convenient to you. Dedicated GTA Personal Injury Law Office
Brown Law Office provides representation to individuals who have been injured as a result of the negligent conduct of another individual or company. Based in Whitby, Ontario, our knowledge of the law and experience allows us to fight aggressively for our clients to obtain a favourable result. There are a number of Courthouses in the GTA area and your claim will be filed and tried, if necessary, at the appropriate location.
Our Whitby personal injury lawyers will work to get compensation for our clients for injuries caused as a result of exposure to asbestos, dangerous products, car accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, slips, falls, malpractice and nursing home negligence. Our Durham Region Office has a record of success. We are known for our exceptional client relations. Time and time again we hear from clients who transfer their cases to Brown Law from other law firms, how they wish they had hired us from the beginning. We take the time to explain your case, so our clients have a better understanding of their claim and feel comfortable with our representation.
Having previously worked for an insurance company, Michelle Brown has the insight and experience to use their own procedures against them. She understands their tactics and what an insurance company or defence lawyer requires to resolve a case for top dollar. Hire Brown Law Office to Get You the Compensation You Deserve
If you are hurt as a result of someone’s negligence, with the assistance of a personal injury lawyer at our Whitby firm, you can bring a lawsuit against them to compensate you for your loss.
An individual or entity is Negligent if they fail to exercise the care expected of a reasonably prudent person in similar circumstances. Under Ontario Law an injured party is entitled to compensation if certain elements are met:
- The other party must have had a duty to you, to meet a specified standard of care;
- due to their careless action, the other party breached /violated the duty of care;
- as a result of the other party’s breach/violation, it caused your injury, and that injury was foreseeable; and
- as a result of the injuries you have suffered some compensatory loss.
Compensation can be for non-money losses such as pain and suffering or loss of care guidance and companionship or for calculable money losses such as lost wages, medical expenses, lost ability to earn income or out of pocket expenses that would not have been incurred, but for the injury.
If an injured party is partially at fault for their injuries, the law still allows you to get compensated for the percentage of fault contributed to by the other party. This is called contributory negligence. There would be a reduction in a damage award equal to the individual’s portion of percentage of negligence. Not wearing a seatbelt is an example of contributory negligence that may reduce any award made to you.
An individual’s right to sue is taken away if he/she is 100% responsible for his/her injuries. Involved in a Car Accident? Get Compensation for You and Your Family
A car accident can leave you and your family with significant physical, emotional and financial loss. An Experienced Lawyer can help you obtain the maximum amount from the appropriate insurance companies. We can help you access benefits to help cover your treatment, income loss, or loss of ability to live independently. We work aggressively to ensure that you are adequately compensated for your loss of enjoyment of life.
Having represented clients for over 15 years, Michelle Brown is an experienced Whitby personal injury lawyer who has the knowledge and expertise to help you recover compensation by applying the standards of negligence and calculating the damages. Ontario Laws mandates all drivers to use care while driving and abide by the rules of the road as set out in the Highway Traffic Act . Drivers have a duty to not endanger the lives of others. If you have been harmed by an individual operating their automobile negligently, causing an accident with resulting injuries, Michelle Brown will act to hold them responsible for your damages. The owner of the motor vehicle may also be responsible if they permitted their vehicle to be operated by a driver that they knew should not have been driving at the time the accident occurred.
There may be cases where more than one party is responsible for your loss. If you are injured by a drunk driver, for example, you may be able to sue both the driver and the bar or restaurant who may have overserved the driver alcohol. Ontario law says that a bar or restaurant is liable for injuries that their customer caused to another, if they serve alcohol to them when they were already visibly intoxicated. Occupier’s Liability - Property Owners Owe You a Duty of Care
Property Owners in Ontario owe a duty to individuals lawfully on their property. They are required to keep their property safe and free of any foreseeable dangers and defects. The Ontario Occupier’s Liability Act deals with the law of premises liability. Discuss Your Case With an Experienced Dedicated Injury Lawyer
Michelle Brown will aggressively fight for your right to maximum compensation. She is a skilled litigator with extensive knowledge of governing laws and litigation procedure. Michelle will help you and your family obtain compensation you need to make it through a difficult time and ease your road to recovery. Call us at (905) 430-4500 or fill out our case evaluation form to book a consultation with Michelle Brown, a personal injury lawyer serving the GTA and Durham Region. This initial consultation is free and there is no upfront cost or obligation to you.
While our office is wheelchair accessible, we offer hospital or home visits to individuals not able to travel to our office.