Accidents and Injuries
Nobody starts their day planning to have an accident, but the lives of over 2 million Canadians each year are forever changed by unintentional injuries resulting from an accident. These accidents can take many forms: slips, trips and falls, injuries from other unsafe conditions on property, boating accidents, ATV and snowmobile accidents, accidents involving aircraft, and injuries from defective products and equipment. Many different injuries can be sustained in an accident, such as sprains and strains, bone fractures, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, paralysis and more.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you know that your pain and suffering does not end with the accident itself. You may also be facing hospitalization, invasive surgery, intense rehabilitation, physical therapy, short-term or permanent disability, severe scarring, and a loss of income due to your injuries. Looking towards the future after an injury can be daunting, especially when you wonder about the costs that will be incurred – and who will pay.
Leveling the Playing Field for Injury Accident Victims
Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador who have suffered injuries from an accident can contact Ches Crosbie Barristers to discuss their case for no cost and no obligation. Ches Crosbie Barristers was established in 1991 and is dedicated to helping accident victims level the playing field against insurance companies. Our main office is in St. John’s, but we serve many clients all over the Avalon Peninsula, the Trinity Conception area, including Bay Roberts and Harbour Grace-Carbonear, Clarenville, Gander, Grand Falls, Corner Brook – all over the island of Newfoundland, and in Labrador too.
We aim to represent legitimate claimants with good cases, and pride ourselves on this commitment: your case will not be settled until it’s settled right. If we accept your case, you can be assured that you will receive the finest legal representation from dedicated lawyers with many years of collective experience. If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an accident, contact us today to find out if your case meets our criteria for acceptance.
Putting Information in the Hands of the Consumer
We want the consumer to be on a level playing field with the insurance companies so much, we wrote the book on injury and accident cases. When Ches Crosbie Barristers was founded in 1991, we pioneered the provision of useful legal information to injury and accident victims in this province. Now we have brought this to a whole new level with the ultimate guide to accident cases in Newfoundland and Labrador. This innovative consumer book, 7 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim, is available free to residents of this province.
This revealing book will help you answer several crucial questions:
- Do I need a lawyer?
- How do I find the right lawyer for my injury case?
- How do I avoid making a terrible mistake in my claim?
We believe this information is so important for consumers that we “wrote the book on it” – and want to give it away for free!
Ches Crosbie Barristers
169 Water Street, 4th Floor
St. John's, NL
Telephone: 709.579.4000 or 1.888.579.3262
Fax: 709. 579.9671
Serving residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, including those in St. John’s, the Avalon Peninsula, the Trinity Conception area, Bay Roberts, Harbour Grace-Carbonear, Clarenville, Gander, Grand Falls, and Corner Brook.
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Frequent Questions for Accidents and Injuries:
- How long will my Newfoundland and Labrador accident case take to settle?
- How long will it take to settle my whiplash case?
- What should you do if you sustain whiplash?
- What is whiplash?
- I slipped at a department store about 4 hours ago. I didn't fall, but I definitely pulled muscles. I don't know if I should wait until tomorrow to see if that is all it is or if I should seek medical attention tonight. Should I go to the emergency room or should I contact the department store and ask them if they have a physician I should go to?
- How much is my mild to moderate whiplash injury worth?
- Your book is entitled the " 7 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim ". What are they?