Personal injury lawsuits are stressful and complicated. You should not have to worry about the legal problems; you should focus on getting better.
Stevens Virgin has a dedicated group of lawyers specializing in this area of law. With proven capabilities in court, we are equipped to handle your lawsuit, giving you the time and energy to focus on getting better.
We are driven to ensure that you receive fair compensation. Stevens Virgin will find the best medical experts to diagnose your injuries, calculate how much your claim is worth and negotiate a fair settlement. Sometimes a just settlement cannot be reached without going to trial. Unlike many personal injury law firms, our lawyers regularly conduct trials for our clients. Each member of our personal injury team is a true trial lawyer, focused and dedicated.
Stevens Virgin regularly represents people who are injured in:
- motor vehicle, motorcycle, pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- slip and fall accidents
- incidents involving medical doctors
Our personal injury team has handled a large variety of personal injury claims arising from various forms of negligence. Some of the types of claims we have successfully handled include the following:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Chronic pain disorder
- Soft tissue injury
- Bone fractures and significant joint injuries
- Infant claims
- Family Compensation Act claims
- Depression and anxiety
- Lost wages arising from injuries
- Delayed earning opportunities
- Self-employed business losses
Our personal injury team includes Mark Virgin, David Lavoie, Perry Mazzone, Diane Weinrath and Simon Read. Our lawyers are experienced litigators: some have over 30 years of experience advocating for clients in court. While we don’t seek out court battles, we never back down from advancing our clients’ interests right through to the highest level. Our aim is to secure the best possible outcome for our clients at the earliest stage of the process. Along with our court-experience, we also have significant expertise in mediation and alternate dispute resolution procedures.