Car crashes often result in serious accident injuries that may require expensive medical procedures, extended time off work and perhaps long-term care. Furthermore, recovering accident benefits or compensation from insurance companies can be confusing and complex, especially when you are trying to concentrate on healing.

Common Causes of Accidents

There are nearly as many ways an accident can occur as there are cars on the road. When an accident is the result of another person's negligence or recklessness, however, we can help you seek full compensation for your injuries.

Some common forms of negligence and recklessness include:

  • Excessive speeding
  • Sudden stops or lane changes
  • Distracted driving such as cellphone use or texting
  • Drunk driving

Determining the cause of your accident requires a careful investigation and review of the evidence. We work with accident reconstruction experts and other specialists in order to understand and establish liability after a car accident.

As your advocate, we will:

  • Determine the full extent of your injuries by reviewing all your medical records
  • Assess whether you may require an independent medical evaluation by expert medical specialists
  • Consult with vocational counselors, economists, accountants and other professionals regarding your need for future care and the long-term impact of your injury
  • Investigate the cause of your accident to establish liability among all parties involved
  • Negotiate with insurance companies to seek fair coverage for all of your short- and long-term needs
  • Prepare you for each step in the process

We seek to obtain the best combination of benefits that will properly address your needs. If your insurance claim was denied, or you are involved in other coverage disputes, we will act to diligently defend your rights and seek the compensation you need.

Our firm is characterized by the client-centered, detail-oriented services we provide for victims of rear-end collisions, rollover accidents or any other type of car accident. At our firm, our clients are more than numbers. Each client is an individual, and we are committed to providing him or her with the respect and personal attention he or she needs and deserves after a serious car crash.

At Farrell Law Group, we can help you understand your rights and options for recovering compensation under Ontario's motor vehicle accident laws. We will shoulder the legal burden of handling your personal injury claim, working with you throughout the process to obtain all benefits to which you may be entitled and need after a car crash.

Types of Coverage

Depending on your particular situation, you may have several options for obtaining the compensation you need. These include no-fault accident benefits provided under your own insurance policy, group plan insurance or compensation provided under third-party liability coverage from at-fault parties.

If your claim involves an uninsured, underinsured or unidentified motorist, this can present unique legal challenges to the recovery process. We have experience handling these types of claims, and we will work diligently to identify all possible options of coverage that may be available to you.

Contact Our Automobile Accident Lawyer Serving Scarborough and the Greater Toronto Area

If you have been injured, you owe it to yourself to speak with an experienced Toronto personal injury lawyer about your rights and options.
Call us at 416-487-7300 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

  • Personal Injury Litigation

    • Personal Injury Litigation
    • Car Accidents
    • No-Fault Accident Benefits
    • Commercial Vehicle Accidents
    • Public Transit Accidents
    • Pedestrian Accidents
    • Bicycle Accidents
    • Dangerous Premises & Activities
    • Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents
    • Snow Sports Accidents
  • Accident Injuries

    • Accident Injuries
    • Brain Injuries/Concussions
    • Back & Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Fractures
    • Scars & Burns
    • Chronic Pain
    • Depression, PTSD & Psychiatric Trauma
    • Wrongful Death
  • Insurance Litigation

    • Insurance Litigation
    • Uninsured, Underinsured or Unidentified Motorists
    • Long-Term Disability