PERSONAL INJURY LAW IN GUELPH

Woolcott Krashinsky LLP is Guelph and Wellington County’s leading personal injury law firm. Since 1998, we have been providing expert legal advice and services to residents in the Guelph, Fergus, Wellington County, and surrounding areas.

As your personal injury lawyers, we believe that people deserve to be taken care of when life gets challenging. Dealing with a serious injury is hard enough without the added stress of navigating the legal system. Large insurance companies are powerful corporations. Dealing with them can be difficult without a skilled advocate on your side.

Our firm is made up of highly trained professionals have a proven track record of expertise in personal injury matters.  We provide effective advocacy to ensure your claim is taken seriously and is handled in a just manner. We will help you navigate the complexities of the legal system while protecting your best interests and legal rights.

If you have been seriously injured, we can offer sound advice and guidance. If you have tripped due to an unsafe sidewalk, or even injured yourself due to an unsafe product, we boast the expertise and care to guide you and protect your rights. Our firm will stand by your side.

We obtain compensation, treatment, and benefits for injured and disabled clients. If you are in need of a personal injury lawyer in Guelph, meet with our team. We charge no fees until your case is settled, and offer no-obligation, free consultations.

We will ensure that your claim is treated fairly by the insurance company in question. Insurance companies often maintain policies and procedures that can be complicated for inexperienced claimants. We have the skills and knowledge to ensure that your claim is dealt with in a just and fair manner. While insurance companies often look out for their own bottom line first, we are here to look out for you.

We look forward to serving your legal needs with the full attention that you deserve.

What is personal injury law?  How can you help me if I am injured?

Personal injury claims involve a form of injury to the body, mind, or emotions.

Not all injuries are physical, and not all physical injuries leave obvious evidence.  Some injuries can cause traumatic mental or emotional harm.  Other injuries may be hard to see on an x-ray or exam, but can have long-lasting physical effects.

Some examples of personal injury claims with which we can assist you include the following:

Brain Injuries

Brain injuries may be permanent or temporary. Either way, claims of this nature include strong legal advocacy to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve. A medical evaluation is the first step to ensure your personal well-being, followed by timely legal consultation so that you receive the maximum possible benefits and compensation.

Orthopaedic Injuries

Orthopaedic injuries are injuries to your bones, joints, muscles or spine.  These serious injuries can lead to long-lasting effects. Timely medical evaluations are key for such injuries to be assessed properly. In order for you to receive compensation for your pain and suffering, you should speak to one of legal professionals as soon as possible after your injury has taken place.  Quick intervention will result in the best possible outcome for your case.

Soft Tissue Injuries

One of the main concerns with soft tissue damage is that the injury and pain may not become evident for days, weeks, and even months following the accident that caused it. It is extremely important to visit a physician immediately after an accident to diagnose any damage that may cause pain at a later time. We will help provide the evidence of your soft tissue damage in court so that you receive the appropriate compensation for the injury.

Slips & Falls

Although a slip, trip or fall may sound trivial, they can lead to severe medical problems. Whether you experience injury from slipping and falling due to ice or poor lighting in a public or private property, our professionals can provide you with advice on the next course of action. Property owners have a responsibility to ensure their property is safe for all.  We will let you know if they have neglected these responsibilities.