Motor Vehicle Accidents

Accidents happen every day on our highways and the streets that run through our communities. Every detail of the collision can affect who gets hurt and the nature of their injury claim. Whether your collision involved a truck, a motorcycle or non-drivers such as pedestrians or bicyclists, a car accident lawyer can help you understand Nova Scotia laws.

MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law has been standing up for injured Nova Scotians since 1994. Our team of lawyers, working out of offices in Halifax and New Glasgow, comprises experienced advocates for those who have suffered severe trauma and need access to every benefit available to them — whether it is through their insurance policy or a lawsuit against the person who caused the accident.

Understanding The Complexities Of Motor Vehicle Collisions

The insurance company for the driver who is at fault is responsible for your injury claim for damages. Nova Scotians also receive some benefits from the no-fault insurer in this province, often called Section B insurance or Section B benefits. However, this system comes with many details which affect the benefits you receive and when. As your lawyers, we will always make sure you understand how your insurance works and help you meet the criteria to maximize your claim. We help clients to navigate specific aspects of insurance, including:

It is a reality that many people are forever changed by their car accident injuries. When the accident is another person's fault, it is possible to sue after a car accident. When you require this extensive advocacy from your law firm, you can feel a sense of confidence after choosing us. Our dedication and compassion are backed by our extensive legal knowledge and experience.

Contact Nova Scotia Auto Accident Lawyers

Don't fight the battle alone. We know, as an injured person, you are under financial and emotional stress. That's why our services are at no cost or obligation to you until your compensation is secure. To arrange a free initial consultation, or to request information about Nova Scotia laws, contact us online or give us a call.