Personal Injury Law

If you or a family member has been involved in a motor vehicle and car accident, it is important that you obtain proper legal advice to ensure your rights are protected. If you have been hurt in a motor vehicle accident, you can make a claim to your insurance company for accident benefits. Any claim that you make is dependent on the situation surrounding your individual accident. In BC, there are two types of claims that injured car accident victims can make: – Accident Benefits Claims, also called NO FAULT CLAIMS – Tort Claims, also called the third party or AT FAULT. All drivers, passengers, and pedestrians are entitled to make a claim for accident benefits if they are injured in a motor vehicle accident, regardless of who was at fault.

There are many factors to consider when negotiated a settlement including income loss, medical expenses, pain and suffering, the inability to carry on a normal, active life, and much more.

Please call Origin Law if you have questions or require representation.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can occur during the course of any number of diverse circumstances. You may be driving your car to work, playing a sport, riding a recreational vehicle, attending a concert, riding a bike or walking your pet when the injury occurs. Irrespective of whether the brain injury is sustained as a result of a slip and fall, The loss of a loved one is devastating, medical negligence, etc. – you may be entitled to compensation for your injury.

TBI’s can range from slight to severe in each victim. The impact that this kind of injury leaves on one is really dependent upon your individual medical history. There are some cases where the injury may result in the need for long-term medical attention. This may lead to an inability to work, care for your family, attend to your home or enjoy life the way you are used to.

It is vital that you work with an experienced team of brain injury lawyers when navigating the system. An expert team of legal and healthcare professionals is essential to make certain the necessary financial security and clinical support are in place over a person’s lifetime. Home modifications, home-based care, medical treatments, therapy, emotional support systems, and various other living costs are factors that must be taken into consideration after a brain injury.

When the death of a loved one occurs due to the negligence of others, you may be entitled to compensation. The loss of a loved one is overwhelming. At Origin Law Group we work with families who have experienced the wrongful death of a parent, child, spouse, partner or other members of the family.

Wrongful death may bring about calamitous financial and emotional consequences for a family. There may be psychological consequences and financial weights incurred due to loss of income and unforeseen funeral costs.