Friday June 7, 2019

Accident & Personal Injury Law Team - request a free consultation

Posted in: Personal Injury

Hurt? We can help.

The BOYNECLARKE LLP Accident & Personal Injury Team of lawyers is there when you need them most. We are one of the largest Accident &  Personal Injury teams in Nova Scotia representing many clients throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI. Based in Halifax – Dartmouth, our lawyers provide a free consultation to assess your claim and there are no fees unless we get you compensation for your injuries.

Recovering from an injury is difficult enough – in the aftermath, dealing with the multiple issues that arise in protecting your interests is even more stressful and is often overwhelming for many people. The financial impact of a serious, disabling injury can be devastating to your family – replacing lost income, paying bills or paying for medical treatment and rehabilitation costs can at times seem impossible.

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