You deserve the best legal support.
There is a stigma about making a personal injury claim. It’s as if you’re the problem instead of being the victim. At Siskinds, our personal injury team turns that around. We champion good people who have been injured in virtually any way. We understand your situation. We eliminate the stigma and make the rest of your journey to health and compensation much easier.
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Contingency Fee Arrangements
Personal injury actions are complex (involving complicated issues of both medicine and law), lengthy, hard fought, and require expert opinion evidence.
We do not charge a fee for initial consultations. We also do not require a monetary retainer for personal injury matters. We only charge a fee if we recover compensation for you. You will not be charged more than a 30% fee on a contingency fee agreement for a personal injury action at Siskinds.
The Law Society of Ontario has prepared a document explaining contingency fees, which can be accessed here.
We Can Help You
Diverse & Deep Experience
Injuries can be sustained in an infinite number of different situations and scenarios. Our experience in all areas of personal injury law is diverse and deep.
Accident Benefits Claims
Knowing the benefits that are rightfully available to you could make a significant difference to your recovery. Ask us.
Back & Spine Injury
The earlier the problem is identified and legal advice is sought, the better your options.
Head & Brain Injury
Head and brain injuries are highly diverse in nature but are always life-changing. Get legal advice from us.
When care or treatment goes in an unexpected direction, let us help you get back to a better place.
Injuries are extremely diverse; many can be improved significantly with legal representation.
Injuries that occur in unique situations and circumstances can cause unique legal options to arise.
News & Views
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