Personal Injury Law
Personal Injury Lawyers
Helping You and Your Loved Ones
Benefits & Insurance Claims
Accident Benefits and Long Term Disability
We understand the interplay between government benefits, benefits from your own insurance company (including accident benefits and long-term disability benefits), and torts claims where you sue the at-fault party for causing your injuries and your resulting loss.
Our lawyers approach each file with care and compassionate. We recognize that these accidents can cause life-long injuries and other financial, physical, and emotional consequences. Though we cannot heal your injuries, we can ensure that you have access to the required treatment and receive fair and equitable compensation as a result of your injury.
Richardson Hall LLP represents those that have been seriously injured on roads and highways, and at homes and businesses in Ottawa and across Eastern Ontario.
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Types of Compensation You Can Obtain
- Insurance benefits, including accident benefits and long-term disability benefits;
- General damages for pain and suffering,
- Lost income or wages or loss of economic opportunity, and
- Past and future medical and rehabilitation expenses.
Your Ontario accident may also result in serious hardship for your family members who must care for you, often at great monetary and personal expense. As such, they may have a claim for compensation as well.
“The universal and absolute law is that natural justice which cannot be written down, but which appeals to the hearts of all."
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At Richardson Hall LLP, we provide a free 1-hour consultation to those clients with a potential personal injury claim.
We also recognize that an accident that drastically impact your ability to work and your financial means. As such, we offer clients Contingency Fee Agreements up to a maximum of 30%, plus HST and disbursements.
This means that you only pay legal fees if you win your case or get a negotiated settlement. If you lose your case, you do not pay legal fees, though you may have to pay for other legal expenses, such as disbursements.