Handling Accident Cases In Canada And The U.S.

The severity of a motor vehicle accident can vary greatly depending on the types of vehicles involved and the force of the collision. Catastrophic injuries such as brain damage, paralysis or amputation can leave an individual in financial peril, struggling to cope with lifelong challenges. As your lawyers, it is our goal to provide the clear direction and legal guidance you need as you traverse the often-complex legal process of monetary recovery.

Cross Border Law is a firm built on the premise of providing legal representation to international clients. Whether you live in Canada and were injured in the United States, or the reverse is true, our firm can represent you through negotiations with the insurers or in trial if it becomes necessary.

Focusing On Vehicle Accident Cases

While personal injury is a wide-ranging practice area, we prefer to focus the attention of our firm on clients injured in motor vehicle accidents.

  • Car accidents: Car accidents can be caused by drunk drivers, distracted drivers, or drivers who are violating traffic laws by speeding or driving recklessly.
  • Motorcycle accidents: Riders tend to suffer catastrophic injuries caused by the collision with another vehicle and the impact of the rider striking the ground.
  • Bicycle accidents: Much like in a motorcycle accident, a bicyclist is likely to suffer serious injuries due to the lack of safety equipment on a bicycle and the lack of safety gear worn by the rider.
  • Pedestrian accidents: Whether struck in a crosswalk or while jogging along the road, pedestrians are likely to suffer devastating injuries or even fatalities when struck by a motor vehicle.

With offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington, our firm is prepared to represent clients following a serious auto accident. No matter your car accident injury, contact our firm for help.

Schedule a free consultation by calling either of Cross Border Law's offices or by simply sending an email. Our lawyers will listen to the facts of your case and provide clear legal direction.