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Authored by: David S.R. Parker Authored by: Shafic A. Khouri Posted in: Personal Injury

Recovering from an injury is by itself difficult enough. But in the aftermath of an injury, you may also need to deal with multiple other personal issues caused by your injuries. This can be a very stressful and overwhelming time in a person’s life, and the financial impact of a disabling injury can be devastating to you and your family. Even relatively minor injuries may cause large losses in your income or may prevent you from paying bills or paying for the medical treatments and rehabilitation that you need to recover. 

We are here when you need us most. Our team is one of the largest accident and personal injury teams in Nova Scotia. We represent many clients throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI. Based in Dartmouth-Halifax, we provide a free consultation to assess the losses you suffered from your injuries. There are no fees unless we get you the compensation you deserve. 

Click here for details on the Accident & Personal Injury Team of lawyers at BOYNECLARKE LLP. 

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