Injury Lawyer in Langley
If you are looking for an injury lawyer in Langley, Hughes and Company Law Corporation has an office to meet you for a free lawyer consultation. We understand how difficult it can be to negotiate an accident, our injury lawyer is here to help.
Many of our clients do not live in Vancouver Area, however have retained us because of our legal skills.
In addition to that, we have satellite offices throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. So, if you would like to meet at another location, please see the full list of addresses.
Personal Injuries We Work With
Our Areas of Expertise
The most common reasons of car crashes are: rear-ending the car in front of you; not yielding the right of way; impaired driving; distracted driving; improper lane changes; driving too fast or running off the road.
Our goal is to guide you through the steps in your personal injury claim. And, as a result, make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Even if you are not seriously injured, a motorcycle accident can be a traumatic event. Statistically, speed is a leading factor and motorcycle accident victims sustain greater injuries.
Facing the reality about cycling, it must be said that it is inherently risky. Basically, bicycles are light weight, fast moving, almost silent and invisible vehicles. Increasing number of cyclists causes the same trend in a number of bicycle accidents.
According to BC MVA section 119, a pedestrian is a person afoot, or an invalid or child in a wheelchair or carriage. The law is based on the vulnerability of all ‘non-drivers’ . However, the law is also clear that pedestrians are also obliged to watch out for themselves. This is especially so where they are “jaywalking”.
Hit and Run Accidents
ICBC is responsible for payment of claims caused by the negligent actions of an identifiable motorist. Also, The Canadian Criminal Code states that a person who is involved in a car accident with another person, and tries to escape liability by failing to stop and give a correct name and address, commits a serious offence.