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Serious injuries, serious results from our Oakville personal injury lawyers

Our personal injury lawyers in Oakville have been serving the region, including Mississauga, Burlington, and Brampton since 1924. We are a boutique law litigation firm that focuses on personal injury accidents and insurance litigation.

We have a strong team of lawyers who have tried thousands of cases, including an appeal in the Ontario Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada. Our track record for winning the cases we take on is exceptional. We have had the privilege of having eight judges, a former Attorney General, and notable insurance defence and personal injury litigators, including T.N. Phelan, Justice E.A. Richardson and Charlie MacMillan.

The Oakville personal injury lawyers that represent our firm are selected carefully as we are highly committed to achieving extraordinary results for all our clients that have suffered harm due to negligence or carelessness of others. Because of our excellent reputation and legal expertise, we are often able to achieve fair settlements for our clients by negotiating, without having to go to court.

We can help you and your family get the results that you deserve too. Call us today and speak with one of our personal injury lawyers in the Oakville area.

Motor vehicle accients

Life can change in a moment, so our personal injury lawyers in Oakville want to help you if you or a loved one has been injured in an accident.

Medical negligence

Our lawyers specialize in representing individuals who have been wronged by the negligence and carelessness of others.


Our lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you deserve for your sudden loss or new obstacles you will be facing.

Death by Prescription, Terence Young former MP speaks candidly about his experience with personal injury lawyer Gary Will after his daughter died from taking a prescribed drug. Young became a consumer advocate after this incident, and has been fighting for more stringent and protective drug-monitoring system in Canada. Gary Will was instrumental in assisting Terrence Young and family obtain answers on why their daughter died.