Hoogbruin & Company Personal Injury Lawyers
Since 1987 Hoogbruin & Company has handled all manner of injury and wrongful death cases throughout British Columbia. For a free case evaluation call 604-609-3783
Hire personal injury lawyers Hoogbruin & Company to protect your rights. Our personal injury lawyers have been entrusted to obtain justice for you and your loved ones since 1987. Our team of personal injury lawyers is focused on obtaining fair compensation for your injuries. Unlike ICBC, which has an adjuster looking for evidence to harm your case.
Our mission is to give you the best quality legal representation, to work with your family physician and other treating medical professionals to facilitate the best possible care for your speedy recovery, and to maximize the value of your final settlement or judgment.
Our lawyers and staff offer a personal approach to winning your case. We know what a serious injury can mean to you and your family. As a client, we want to know how the crash has affected your life. We will discuss all aspects of your case with you. Helping you through this difficult time is our commitment. We are always available to answer your questions and will always keep you informed.
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It is our responsibility to ensure that you are kept fully informed and that your questions are answered promptly and quickly. In the lawyer/client relationship the lawyer is to provide advice and the client provides instructions. You are the boss. It is our responsibility to ensure that you are informed when it is your turn to make a decision.
Our fees are on a percentage basis. According to the Legal Profession Act, the most a law firm can charge a client in a car crash case is 33 1/3 % of the recovery (settlement or judgment). On most cases we charge 30% but we take into account a number of factors before determining the fee percentage. Factors that we consider in determining our fee percentage include: whether liability is at issue ( i.e. is the crash clearly the other driver’s fault ), the amount of vehicle damage, the extent of the injury, the time off work, the amount of treatment required, the extent of permanent injury or disability, and the complexity of the medical evidence.