Legal Services Offered

Personal Injury & Insurance Claims

Our firm has been fighting for fair compensation for innocent victims for over 35 years including, Car Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Boating Accidents, Brain Injuries, Catastrophic Injury & Death, Disability Insurance Claims, Slip & Fall, Animal Attacks, Life Insurance Claims, Fire & Property Claims, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability and Accident Benefits.

Our Personal Injury Lawyers are here to help you get fair compensation.


Family Law & Divorce

A breakdown in a family relationship is traumatic and emotional. We will guide you through these challenging times with compassion and experience. We can assist you in all areas of family law including:

  • Separation Agreements
  • Custody
  • Division of Property
  • Children's Aid
  • Divorce
  • Access
  • Child and Spousal Support
  • Adoption

Civil and Commercial Litigation

Civil litigation is a lawsuit concerning a "civil" dispute as opposed to a "criminal" matter.
We have experience and expertise and can assist you in the following matters. 

  • Collecting a Debt
  • Construction Disputes
  • Disputes over Real Estate
  • Contractual Matters
  • Business/partnership Disputes


Criminal Law

Our firm represents individuals and corporations charged with offices under the Criminal Code, Provincial Statutes & other Provincial Offences and the Highway Traffic Act.


Employment Law/Wrongful Dismissal

An employer must have "just cause" to dismiss you or if not, provide you with reasonable notice or severance. Just cause is usually some type of significant bad behaviour such as stealing from your employer, insubordination, or persistent absenteeism.

If you have been dismissed, you should contact us before signing anything and to determine whether you have been wrongfully or constructively dismissed or whether you have received appropriate severance. 


Estate Litigation

The death of a loved one is a traumatic time. Unfortunately, it can involve arguments over the deceased person“s estate. Someone may feel they have been unjustly left out of a will. Generally a person can leave their property to whoever they want. But to do so, they must have the mental capacity to make a will. If they do not, then the will could be invalid.

In addition, someone may have coerced or forced a person to change their will, cut someone out of the will, or favour someone. In situations where undue influence has been exercised, the will can be challenged.

We can assist you in all aspects of estate litigation including powers of attorney which may have been improperly used.