Personal Injury Law

Motor Vehicle Accident claim

Daksh Law understands that a serious motor vehicle accident can leave a person involved in an accident in an extremely challenging and difficult physical, financial and emotional situation. The person involved in a motor vehicle accident and his/her family may find themselves in an extremely difficult and frustrating situation. The injured person may find laws and procedures related to establishing various claims and receiving benefits and damages very challenging and overwhelming.

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, you may qualify for Accident Benefits as well as damages under the law of Torts. The claimant has certain obligations and deadlines to meet in law. You need an immediate legal assistance to protect your rights. Daksh Law helps you at each and every stage of the process and navigate your claims through various stages till your claim for Accident Benefits, and damages have been satisfactorily resolved.

There are different thresholds to qualify for Accident Benefits and damages under the law of Torts. You need to call Daksh law immediately, so that a lawyer can access your eligibility for various Accident Benefits and claim for various damages under the law of Torts, and take required steps and satisfy legal obligations to protect your rights and claims. Daksh Law is committed to pursue your claim efficiently and effectively. Daksh law has contacts with various experts in various professions, including medical, account, and actuary, etc., who can evaluate your claim and provide expert reports that can be used to establish your claim for Accident Benefits, and Damages under law of Torts.

You do not pay until your claim is settled. Daksh Law helps you from the very beginning and keeps helping you through each and every stage of your claim. Daksh Law pursues your claim diligently and efficiently to get you the maximum benefits under the circumstances of your claim. Please call us for a free no obligation initial consultation and assessment.

Slip/ Trip and Fall Accident claim

Daksh Law represents its clients in all kinds of serious personal injuries sustained in Slip/ Trip and Fall accidents. If you sustained serious injury in a Slip/Trip and Fall incidence while you were at someones property, you may be in a position to establish your losses and claim damages under Occupiers' Liability Act, R.S.O. 1990.

Daksh Law understands that a broken bone, a broken limb, an injury to your head or back can have serious and permanent impact on your physical, economical, and financial well being. It can impact your personal, professional, social, and family life in many ways. There could be many types of damages which you may claim under the law of Torts for injuries and losses that you sustained in a Slip/Trip and Fall accident.

Daksh law has contacts with various experts in various professions, including medical, account, and actuary, etc., who can evaluate your claim and provide expert reports that can be used to establish your claim and damages. You do not pay till your claim has been satisfactorily settled. Daksh Law navigates your claim through the litigation process till the maximum damages under the circumstances of your claim have been recovered. Daksh Law pursues the claims of its clients efficiently and effectively. Please contact Daksh Law for a free no obligation initial consultation and assessment of your claim.

Other Personal Injury claims

Daksh Law also represents its clients in all other types of Personal Injury claims, including, product liability, spoiled vacation, skiing accident, and accident involving RTV, & ATV, etc.
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Disclaimer

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, a legal advice. You should consult a lawyer for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mails. Contacting us does not create a Solicitor-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as a Solicitor-client relationship has been established.