If you have been seriously injured as a result of someone else's conduct, you have the right to compensation. Just what you can recover--and from whom, is a complicated issue.
If you have been hurt in a car accident, your car insurer must assist you during your recovery. If you have suffered a serious long term personal injury you may have the right to sue the driver and owner of the at fault vehicle.
If you have been injured due to an unsafe premises, or as a result of a defective product, you may recover damages from negligent occupants and manufacturers.
You may have insurance you can rely upon while recovering from illness or injury. But if your insurer refuses to meet its obligations to pay, you will need to take steps to enforce your rights.
The support you need
The Ottawa personal injury lawyers at Connolly Nichols Allan & Snelling LLP are ready to help. We are strong advocates for people whose personal injuries are due to the actions of others—in motor-vehicle accidents, or because of unsafe premises or unsafe products, for example.
We know how to navigate the public and private compensation systems to achieve the results you need, swiftly and cost-effectively.
If you have been injured and need professional help to assert your rights, contact us.
INJURY LAWYER OTTAWA
If you have been injured you may have rights to compensation. But receiving full compensation is a different matter. Ottawa Personal Injury lawyers must have knowledge and experience to effectively assist injured clients The lawyers at Connolly Nichols Allan & Snelling LLP have knowledge and experience to help you assert your rights to full available compensation.
ASSERT YOUR RIGHTS
Patrick Snelling is an Ottawa injury lawyer who has years of experience helping people navigate through employment benefits, insurance claims, statutory benefit claims and litigation against third parties in order to ensure his clients receive full available compensation. For an injury lawyer Ottawa presents interesting and sometimes complicated legal issues. Bordering Quebec and in close proximity to United States, Ottawa residents are often injured in foreign jurisdictions, or are injured by foreigners in Ottawa. Injury lawyers must know how to deal with these complexities. Patrick has experience with these issues, is able to provide his knowledge to clients right from the outset to ensure they are able to obtain the benefits they are entitled to in a timely fashion.
If you have been injured and need to obtain the assistance of an Ottawa personal injury lawyer consider contacting Connolly Nichols Allan & Snelling LLP for a no obligation consultation.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
Our firm’s Ottawa personal injury lawyers have a great deal of rights and entitlements which arise from a number of different sources, some of which include:
The Workplace Injury and Safety Board;
Personal Health and Disability Insurance;
Third Party Insurance of parties liable for injury;
Motor vehicle accident benefits;
Canada Pension Plan; and,
It important to know what rights you can assert and which benefits are best for you or a loved one upon an injury occurring. Our injury lawyers Ottawa experts are available to consult at no obligation, so you are advised properly from the outset.
TIME IS CRITICAL
Just at the moment when you are least able to spend time researching your entitlements, you need to make decisions of consequence fast. In some cases access to entitlements requires that Injured parties assert their rights within days of receiving an injury. Other rights are contingent upon providing documentation and proof of loss or injury to Insurers. Some people have accepted benefits from one source in a time of need, but in the process prejudiced their rights to more generous benefits from another source because they didn’t know the consequences.
If you or a loved one has been injured do not delay: Call Connolly Nichols Allan & Snelling immediately to make sure you assert your rights to all benefits and entitlements to which you are entitled. One of our personal injury lawyer Ottawa professionals will help you, and there is no obligation for the first consultation.