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Ontario personal injury lawyers offer free consultations to car accident victims

Following a motor vehicle accident or other incident causing personal injury, victims are often faced with more questions than answers.

With many types of disputes and serious personal injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, or other bodily injuries, it is especially critical that you talk to a lawyer as quickly as possible after the incident to ensure your rights are protected and you receive the accident benefits and compensation you deserve.

The consultation process assists your lawyer in getting an understanding of what your claim involves. It is also a good opportunity to make sure you are comfortable with the suggested approach, and to find out more about how you should proceed.

To prepare for your consultation, it is helpful to bring the following information with you:

Bring the details of your insurance coverage, including the name of your insurance company, your policy number and the name of your insurance agent or adjuster.

Bring the names and contact information of your doctors and other health care providers, and a list of hospitals where you have received treatment for your injury.

Bring photo identification to the meeting.

Your relationship with your lawyer is a very personal one. You need to know that your lawyer is someone you can trust and rely on to protect your interests, respect your private information, and deliver the results and solutions you need to sleep well at night.  If you are ready to take action and would like a free consultation to learn more about the claims process, you can book an appointment with a Ferguson Barristers LLP personal injury lawyer with no obligation.

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