Personal Injury Lawyers | O'Dea Earle | Make it Our Fight


What would you fight for?

Our lawyers work with clients to protect what matters most.



When you’re unable to work due to an injury caused by another’s negligence, we’ll fight to have those wages fully compensated.



The onus to prove injury is on you. Our injury lawyers go head-to-head with anyone who denies your pain or its physical/financial effects on your life.



We’ll make you aware of unseen costs that could arise from your injury and, when they do, fight to have these costs fully compensated on your behalf.



Injuries have psychological effects too. We’re ready now to fight for compensation for these negative effects on your mental health.



An injury caused by an accident can affect your ability to provide for your family. Our injury lawyers fight to ensure they’re taken care of too.



If you’re injured, the long-term consequences could be more painful without proper compensation. We’ll fight hard today to protect your tomorrow.



It’s a common dispute that requires an uncommon fighter in your corner. Rest assured, we’ll fight any decision that denies your claim.



Insurance companies fight personal injury claims every day. When they deny, delay, or try to drag out your claim, we will fight back on your behalf.



Getting the best, fairest compensation for the injured is our priority. If you’ve been hurt by another’s mistake, we’ll fight for what matters most – you.


Personal Injury Lawyers Near You

The lawyers at O’Dea Earle are committed to helping injured clients obtain the best, most timely resolution to their case. Our legal experience in injury matters is combined with an aggressive, proactive approach at all times.

Thomas E. Williams, Q.C., Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Thomas E. Williams, K.C.

Tom's practice areas include personal injury, civil litigation, and administrative law.
Gregory F. Kirby, Q.C., Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Gregory F. Kirby, K.C.

Greg's practice areas include personal injury, administrative, and real estate law.

Raylene Mackey

Raylene’s practice areas include personal injury, wills and estates, employment, and family law.
Ian S. Patey, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Ian S. Patey

Ian's practice areas include personal injury, labour, and real estate law.

David S. Williams

David’s practice areas include personal injury, real estate, corporate and commercial law.
Pádraig J. Mohan, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Pádraig J. Mohan

Pádraig’s practice areas include personal injury, wills and estates, and real estate law.

Kayla Mosher

Kayla’s areas of interest include personal injury, wills and estates, and real estate law.
Kyle R. Rees, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Kyle R. Rees

Kyle's practice areas include human rights, civil litigation, and labour law.
Justin W. King, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Justin W. King

Justin’s practice areas include personal injury, real estate, and wills and estates law.

Adrienne Ding

Adrienne’s practice areas include personal injury, labour and employment, and immigration law.

Jonathan W. Moore

Jonathan's practice areas include personal injury, corporate and commercial, and real estate law.
Ryan M. Belbin, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Ryan M. Belbin

Ryan's practice areas include personal injury, civil litigation, and real estate law.
Kevin J. Galway, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Kevin J. Galway

Kevin's practice areas include personal injury, civil litigation, real estate, and family law.

Michael Williams

Michael's practice areas personal injury, civil litigation, employment, and real estate law.

Duncan Wallace

Duncan’s areas of interest include personal injury, labour and employment, administrative, and family law.

Andrew Seviour

Andrew’s areas of interest include personal injury, wills and estates, civil litigation, and real estate law.

Types of Personal Injuries

A personal injury can take many forms, both physical and psychological. Broken bones, nerve damage, brain injuries, long-term pain, and PTSD are all examples of the types of injuries we see at our practice. Injuries can be caused by an array of accidents or by the negligence or carelessness of another. Cases involving negligent actions of others typically include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, and workplace injuries.

If your injury has resulted in any of the conditions below, you may be entitled to compensation. Even if you don’t see your condition listed below, you may still be entitled to compensatory benefits.


Sciatica is one of the most common conditions that can present itself after an accident. It can manifest after a car accident, slip and fall, or other accident. Sciatica is very debilitating, and this painful condition isn’t always responsive to medical treatment. Sciatica results from trauma to the sciatic nerve (the largest nerve in the body), which runs from the lower back to below the knee. Sharp pain in the lower back and down one leg is a symptom of sciatica, along with numbness, pins and needles in the feet, and tingling.

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Shoulder Injury

Shoulder injuries cause pain and discomfort and are prone to re-occur. In addition to pain, shoulder injuries can severely impact your mobility. Shoulder injuries are usually the result of trauma to one of the three main components of the shoulder – the shoulder blade (scapula), the collarbone (clavicle), and the humerus (upper arm bone). This trauma could be the result of a car accident, slip and fall, a falling object, work related injury, or other accident.

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Brain Injury

When the brain experiences blunt trauma or force, or severe shaking, a brain injury – often called traumatic brain injury or TBI, can occur. The trauma results in swelling of the brain which can lead to disrupted brain function, more often referred to as “brain damage.” These injuries can be severe and lasting. Accidents that can result in a brain injury include car accidents, slip and falls, a fall or falling objects, and other accidents.

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Bursitis and Joint Pain

Bursitis and joint pain occur as a result of inflammation of the Bursae, fluid-filled sacs that function as a lubricating cushion between bones, tendons, joints, and muscles. There are over 150 bursae in the human body, and once inflamed, the pain for the individual can be quite severe and debilitating. The pain may occur anywhere there are joints in the body, including the shoulders, ankles, hips, knees, and thighs.

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Spinal Cord/Back Injury

In addition to spinal cord injuries which are very severe and impactful for individuals, back injuries can also include upper back injuries, lower back injuries, herniated disks, and strains and sprains. Twenty-five percent of the population experiences back pain at some point in their life, and for many, the pain is chronic and debilitating. Back injuries are usually the result of an accident, such as a car accident, slip and fall, and quite often, workplace accidents.

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When the neck moves back and forth rapidly, this can cause an injury to the neck known as whiplash. Whiplash can be a severe injury, due to damage incurred to the bones, disks, and soft tissues in the neck. Whiplash is one of the most common injuries that result from a car accident, usually a rear-end collision where the victim’s head is suddenly propelled forward, but their body is restrained by the seat belt. In cases of whiplash, severe neck pain and muscle stiffness may be experienced immediately after the accident. The individual may also experience tingling and numbness in the arms, shoulder and upper back discomfort, or even nausea and impaired vision.

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Knee Injury

A knee injury can affect your ability to walk, run, climb stairs – in essence, move about your daily life. Because the knee is a major load-bearing joint, damage can severely affect mobility. The most common knee injuries are tibia plateau fractures, ligament sprains and tears, ruptured patellar tendon injuries, fractures, dislocated knees, and cartilage damage. Usually, knee injuries are the result of a direct blow to the knee, forceful twisting or bending, or overuse. Knee injuries are often caused by an accident, such as a fall, sports accident, or workplace accident.

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PTSD often occurs after a painful, sudden incident, such as a car accident or other unexpected, traumatic event. A severe injury and the life-changing effects that come later can lead to the negative mindset characterized by PTSD. It is important for people with PTSD to seek medical help immediately. Individuals experiencing PTSD may have recurring memories, reliving the incident over and over in their minds and feeling the same panic and fear, even though the incident, and possibly the physical effects, have passed.

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Fibromyalgia is a condition best characterized as widespread or universal pain. A personal injury can result in fibromyalgia, due to the actual physical injury or the anxiety of dealing with its effects. The actual cause of fibromyalgia has yet to be determined by the medical world, but symptoms can include morning stiffness, severe fatigue, headaches, sleep disruption, memory/concentration problems, numbness and tingling, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and more.

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Depression is a common condition that negatively affects how you think, feel, and interact. After an accident, the pain and anxiety of dealing with injuries and financial strain may cause the injured individual to become depressed. The toll of trying to provide for a family and recover at the same time may be insurmountable for the person. After an accident, depression may present itself alongside other conditions like anxiety and PTSD. Depression can last for years and make life almost unbearable for the victim.

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Pinched Nerve

Pinched nerves can be a serious injury and are a very common result of auto and other accidents. A pinched nerve occurs when bone or surrounding tissue presses against a nerve, interfering with the nerve’s capacity for sending messages back and forth from the brain. Symptoms of a pinched nerve depend on the extent of the injury and location of the nerve itself.

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Soft Tissue Injuries

Injuries caused by damage to the muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and nerves are called soft tissue injuries. Strains, sprains, or contusions are usually the cause. Soft tissue injuries can occur in the event of a car accident, slip and fall, or may develop gradually over time due to work-related repetitive use. Some common types of soft tissue injuries include whiplash, contusions, bursitis, and myofascial pain (myalgia).

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- Kim McNeil
Kim McNeil was severely hurt in a head-on collision leaving her with major back and neck injuries. She was facing a tough road to recovery and needed a tough team to secure the compensation she needed. We got to work on Kim’s case immediately, keeping her informed and advocating aggressively on her behalf. The end result was a settlement that ensured Kim now has the financial resources her recovery requires.
- Gerard Molloy
Gerard Molloy was injured due to another's negligence resulting in the amputation of a limb and traumatic disruption of his life. With so many medical, rehabilitative and financial repercussions, Gerard needed a tough team to fight his case. We helped Gerard understand his rights and formulated an aggressive action plan that secured the compensation Gerard’s recovery and future demanded.


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