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Ashley Gnys
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Personal Injury lawyer with over 35 years experience serving as a strong advocate for the rights of accident victims. Defending the defenceless.
Personal Injury lawyer with over 35 years experience serving as a strong advocate for the rights of accident victims. Defending the defenceless.

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The firm has been serving Niagara since 1894. Our personal injury team has over a century of collective experience and knowledge. Contact us today for a FREE Consultation.
sbglawfirm.com Helping Accident Victims With Their Recovery.
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Hoverboards, robots, self-driving cars, the role of artificial intelligence in assessing accident claims: advanced technology is a real game changer. Good article from the OTLA that looks at the impact of technology on personal injury law.
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" In a legal climate already stacked heavily in favour of insurance companies, Bill 103 is another slap in the face to injured victims – in a system that continues to diminish quality representation and access to those who need it the most." Accidents can happen to anyone at anytime. This affects all of us. Thanks to the OTLA for this article.
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This is a personal injury case study involving our client, Jessica Lewis (not the client's real name), a middle-aged woman who suffered from a slip and fall accident at her community grocery store. This case study uses information from the settlement brief and from the client’s medical reports on her injuries.
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We love getting testimonials from our personal injury clients.
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Can a person who signs a waiver and suffers an injury, still bring a legal claim? Thanks to the OTLA for posting this.
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