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Injured in a car accident at work

Pursuing legal action after an injury on the job is usually done through the Workers Compensation Board, but not always. In certain instances, a worker has the right to “opt out” of WCB coverage as long as they are not suing their employer. This means a worker can take personal legal action through a third party claim – that’s where we come in. As lawyers who exclusively represent injury victims we can assure you we are well equipped to represent you and get the settlement you rightly deserve.

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Why do Some People Look Down on Lawyers who Practice Personal Injury Law?

Some of the criticism against personal injury lawyers comes from those people who have to answer to them. In representing claims for injured people, a Plaintiff personal injury lawyer is usually suing an insurance company, a large corporation, or a government. In almost every case the insurance company, corporation, or government does not want to be sued and do not want to pay. These big businesses and big governments have more control over the media than injury victims and their lawyer. Personal injury lawyers who are good and committed therefore often make very powerful enemies. Large corporations and the government are powerful and influential when they work with the media such as newspapers or news channels on television.

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