When you have been injured, your most pressing concern is to get well and to keep your family secure. At Mackesy Smye we specialize in working with you to allow you to focus on recovering from your injuries.
The law related to personal injury in Ontario is complex. In order to receive appropriate compensation for your injury, whether it arises from a car accident, product liability or any other situation, our firm’s extensive knowledge and experience with the law, insurance company practices and procedure will be of great assistance to you.
If you are facing expensive medical treatment, loss of income, or any other disruption caused by an injury, Mackesy, Smye will fight to resolve your case, whether by Judgement at trial or settlement to help you get your life back on track.
When you book a free consultation with our law firm, you will receive detailed and personalized advice from a well-respected lawyer who has the knowledge and experience necessary to handle your claim. Thanks to the extensive and diverse experience of the lawyers at our firm, you will get the benefit of knowledge of claims similar to yours, and the law that will apply to your claim. This discussion will allow us to learn many important facts about your claim, including a number of which you may not have thought would be important. This information will enable Mackesy, Smye to develop a strategy to secure appropriate compensation for you.
Entrusting your personal injury case to Mackesy, Smye frees you and your family from the stresses of having to deal with the complexities of the legal system which allows you to focus all of your time and energy upon your recovery from your injury. We also take the worry out of legal fees with a contingency structure that depends entirely upon a successful resolution of your case.
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Please be advised that as a result of the Coronavirus COVID-19 crisis and concern for our employees and clients, Mackesy Smye LLP has limited its operations. Matters are still being dealt with on an emergency basis and our telephone hours have been reduced to between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. Deliveries and mail are also being received during those hours. Note that all e-mails to lawyers will still be received and responded to.