Metcalfe Estate v. Yamaha Motor Powered Products Co., Ltd.
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If you have been seriously injured in an accident, you may be dealing with pain, lost opportunities, and emotional distress. A supportive, knowledgeable legal team can help you to put your life back on track. Eyford Partners’ Vancouver and Kelowna-based personal injury lawyers have decades of experience helping clients in difficult circumstances obtain the best possible outcome.
Our lawyers act for claimants in a wide variety of injury cases, including those involving motor vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, slip-and-falls, and sports and recreational incidents. We provide effective legal counsel and advice to, and advocacy for, clients who have suffered life-altering injuries such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injuries, orthopaedic fractures, soft tissue injuries, chronic pain, and depression.
Our litigators have built their reputation on their legal knowledge, awareness of medical issues, and skill in guiding clients through complex claims processes.
The physical and emotional effects of serious injury can last a lifetime. Seeking legal advice at an early stage is essential to broadening your options and ensuring that you receive just compensation for your injuries. Eyford Partners can help you recover the accident benefits to which you are entitled through your insurance provider and from the person, company, or institution whose negligence led to your injuries.
If you or a family member has suffered harm as a result of the negligent actions of another, our litigators will work tirelessly on your behalf to recover compensation for losses and funding for medical support. Our litigators rely on their in-depth knowledge of liability and insurance law to meet the challenge of opposing parties who attempt to dispute injury claims. Should it come to litigation, our lawyers have a wealth of experience as trial counsel before judges and juries, and as appellate counsel before the Court of Appeal for British Columbia and Supreme Court of Canada.
Our goal is to help you receive the benefits and compensation you need to move forward following a life-altering injury. The strategies we implement to accomplish this goal will be tailored to the specifics of the case and to your unique needs. We will work to keep you at the centre of the process, while allowing you the time you need to focus on recovering from your injuries.
Together, we can help you to obtain the compensation you need to move forward.
Paula Robson obtained her Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Capilano University in 2011. Before joining the firm, she worked as a paralegal/legal assistant at a large national law firm. Paula joined the firm in 2012.
Jennifer Montgomery is a graduate of Capilano University with a Paralegal Diploma in 2007 and a Bachelor of Legal Studies in 2014. Before joining the firm, she worked in the commercial litigation and insurance and tort liability practice groups of a large national law firm. Jennifer joined the firm in 2010.
Maria Hammell has more than 19 years of experience in civil litigation matters, primarily personal injury and insurance defence. She assists in all aspects of file management including drafting pleadings, analyzing medical and wage loss documents, instructing experts and communicating with clients. She works mostly on high complexity files with issues relating to brain injuries. Maria joined the firm in 2016 and works in the capacity of a legal administrative assistant and paralegal.
Michelle Daniels graduated from the University of British Columbia with a B.A. in Psychology, followed by a Paralegal Diploma from Capilano University. Michelle has been with the firm since its inception.
Allison Bird graduated from Capilano University in 2000 with a Paralegal Diploma. Before that, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Victoria. Before joining the firm as a paralegal in 2014, Allison worked as a litigation paralegal in Vancouver and Victoria, most recently with the investigations department of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia.