2020 was a difficult year for most. Vulnerable members of our community, including seriously injured accident victims, people on long-term disability, and residents of long-term care homes bore the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Because these groups are among our clients, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers resolved not to scale back during these unprecedented times, but to scale up. We quickly adapted to a new way of conducting business, shifting to virtual work to accommodate our clients’ needs. The results speak for themselves: just like in years past, we were able to represent and secure compensation for some of Ontario’s most vulnerable citizens.
In 2020, we expanded our team and promoted deserving associates. We doubled down on our support for organizations and associations that do good in our community. We informed the public about the important work we do. At a time when young people’s lives have been put on hold, we delivered scholarships to promising young students. And we proposed a class action claim against one of Canada’s largest long-term care operators, seeking to hold them responsible for the tragedies that have played out as COVID-19 has swept through Ontario’s nursing homes.
Last year, when the province was brought to its knees by an unparalleled health challenge, Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers made clear that we are here for the people of Ontario, ready to represent them when they are at their most vulnerable. In 2021, we plan to continue this fight.
If you or a member of your family has been injured in an accident, contact us today to learn how we can help.
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