Victims of motor vehicle accidents face many difficulties. Not only must they deal with profound pain and suffering, and the financial losses resulting from their injuries, but often they must navigate through a complex and confusing maze of legal and insurance issues. At Lefebvre & Lefebvre LLP, we are committed to helping our clients by providing caring, compassionate and effective legal advice.
In Ontario, drivers and passengers receive accident benefits from their own insurance company. 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 is at fault. Benefits available to you or a loved one from your own insurance company include Income Replacement Benefits, Medical Benefits, Rehabilitation Benefits, Caregiver Benefits, etc.
If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may have a claim against that person. We can help investigate the accident and determine who is at fault.
Lefebvre & Lefebvre LLP has represented people injured in auto accidents since 1952. We know the damage that these accidents can cause and we have the team in place to help you recover your life. It is important that you know your rights and that we are here to help. We will meet you at a time and place that is convenient for you and your family.
We proudly accept referrals from past clients, other lawyers, doctors and medical professionals. We represent injured people and their families – never insurance companies. We have a solid reputation of fighting for fair and equitable settlements for injured people and their families.
Because it can take a long time to resolve a dispute with an insurance company, we do not bill our clients until the case is resolved. We will fund all litigation expenses including investigating your accident and obtaining medical, expert and other reports necessary to maintain and succeed in a lawsuit. You pay us nothing until your claim is resolved.
Content on this web site is strictly for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you require legal advice, you should retain competent legal counsel to advise you. If you would like to retain Lefebvre and Lefebvre LLP, please contact one of our lawyers. A solicitor-client relationship will only arise if we specifically agree to act for you.