Hurt by Another | O'Dea Earle Injury Lawyers | Make it Our Fight


When it’s their fault,

it’s our Fight.

Personal injuries aren’t just the result of car accidents. There are many other types of injuries that are caused by landlords, businesses, and other individuals who have failed to meet their obligations of safety for the people on their premises. You may have been out running errands or shopping and slipped on a wet floor or icy entrance way, leaving you injured and unable to provide for your family and do other physical activities you love – because of someone else’s carelessness.

We’ll handle every conflict, dispute, and unknown.

We hold those who hurt you to account.

You do have options in the event of an injury caused by the negligence of another party. You can file a claim with the insurance company of the other party and negotiate a settlement. You can also file a lawsuit against the party at fault while dealing with their insurance company.

Injuries caused by the negligence of another can arise from accidents that include:

Car Accidents

Slip and Fall Accidents

Accidents involving Products

Accidents caused by Defective Products

Accidents caused by Failure to Warn

Injured due to the negligence of another?

In any situation involving an injury due to negligence or carelessness on the part of another, it’s crucial to retain the services of an informed, aggressive personal injury lawyer who’ll fight for the maximum compensation you’re entitled to. This is especially important when dealing with insurance adjusters. The insurance adjusters will try to settle your claim promptly and cheaply – but that may not be what’s best to cover your medical bills and expenses into the future.

You are not obligated to provide the adjuster with any information. Any claim you settle with the adjuster is final, so you will have no further recourse options against the party who caused your injury, even if new medical issues arise from your injury at a later date.

You'll need a strong, experienced personal injury lawyer.

Having a strong, experienced personal injury lawyer by your side is your best bet for reaching a personal injury claim decision that works in your favour – now and into the future. We step in and handle all the paperwork, negotiations, and procedures – while you focus on your recovery. We know the pain and stress you’re dealing with right now and we’ll make sure the other party knows too. And we won’t back down until you get the compensation you deserve.

If you’ve been injured at the fault of another, make it our fight.
- Kathryn Hawco
Kathryn Hawco was the victim of a rear-end collision resulting in serious neck injuries for this working mother of two children. Faced with uncertainty about her own future and that of her family, Kathryn called our firm. We advised her of her rights and options, and immediately went to work on her behalf, winning the right compensation for her economic loss and the years of recovery that lay ahead.
- Ashley Lamb
Ashley Lamb was injured as a passenger in a car accident putting her on a road to recovery that required ongoing medication and therapy. When Ashley’s access to care was jeopardized due to a dispute with her insurance company, she came to us. With an aggressive game plan, we fought the insurance company on Ashley’s behalf and won. Now her recovery is back on track.

First Steps

If you’ve been injured at the fault of another, call O’Dea Earle before you sign anything.

Even though you should see a doctor and contact your insurance company immediately after the accident, the next step should be contacting an experienced personal injury lawyer. Remember to:

Gather the Facts

Obtain contact information for anyone who was involved in or a witness to the accident, obtain the insurance information from the other parties involved, and prepare a detailed description of the accident.

Consult a Doctor

You may not feel a need to see a doctor, but injuries often take time to present themselves. We advise all clients who have been in an accident to consult a physician immediately.

Call Before Signing Anything

We’re ready to take your call 24/7. We’ll determine if you have a case by listening to your story, carefully reviewing police and medical reports regarding your accident, and determining fault.

A Fighting Plan

At O’Dea Earle, we’ve fought for countless people who have been injured at the fault of another, meeting every issue, conflict, and dispute surrounding their case head on to pursue maximum compensation. When it’s your case, we’ll be fighting for your rights every step of the way. Right now, you’re dealing with stress, lost income, insurance companies, and an uncertain future. It’s time to focus on your recovery, while we fight for the compensation you deserve.

Call us Now.

Your Personal Injury Lawyers

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

Thomas E. Williams, K.C.

Tom's practice areas are 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 includes injury, administrative law, and real estate.

Raylene Mackey

Raylene’s practice includes personal injury law, real estate law, wills and estates law, corporate and commercial law, employment law, family law, and civil litigation.
Ian S. Patey, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Ian S. Patey

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

David S. Williams

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

Pádraig J. Mohan

Pádraig’s focus includes injury, real estate, and wills and estates.

Kayla Mosher

Student at Law
Kyle R. Rees, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Kyle R. Rees

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

Justin W. King

Justin’s practice includes injury, real estate, and wills and estates.

Adrienne Ding

Adrienne’s areas of practice are injury, labour and employment law, administrative law and civil litigation.

Jonathan W. Moore

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

Ryan M. Belbin

Ryan's focus includes Injury, civil litigation, and real estate.
Kevin J. Galway, Lawyer St. John's Accident Personal Injury

Kevin J. Galway

Kevin's focus includes injury, civil, family, and real estate law.

Michael Williams

Michael's practice areas are civil litigation, corporate law, and employment law.

Duncan Wallace

Student at Law

Andrew Seviour

Student at Law