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Personal injury cases are confusing, stressful, and tough to navigate. If you have been injured because of another person’s negligence, Rory and his team at Lambert Law can help. With over 25 years of experience in dealing with complex personal injury lawsuits, they provide you with superior legal representation, collaborate with your health care practitioners and maximize the amount of funding you receive so you can regain optimal health and well-being.

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Areas of Practice include:

  • Collisions
  • Slip and Fall
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Assault
  • Wills and Estate Planning and litigation


Being injured in a motor vehicle incident can take a toll on your relationships, your career, and your finances. This is especially true if, like many people, you find that your insurance does not cover all of your health care costs.

Many injuries sustained in collisions are not immediately apparent. It can be days or even weeks for symptoms to fully develop. Head, neck, and back injuries can become serious issues if not properly addressed early on. At Lambert Law, Rory and his team recognize the importance of connecting you with the appropriate HealthCare Practitioners as soon as possible, while ensuring you receive compensation for your injuries, healthcare costs, and loss of wages.

Medical Malpractice

Medical practitioners are only human, and sometimes they make mistakes. If you suspect you have been harmed due to the carelessness of a practitioner, you may be entitled to compensation. Speak with a lawyer right away, as there are strict time limits for starting a claim.

Slip and Fall

Property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe. If you have slipped on a wet floor, tripped on a broken stair, or otherwise been injured on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation can include health care costs, lost income, and money that is meant to ease your pain and suffering.


Assault can cause lasting physical and psychological damage. If someone has intentionally injured you or threatened to do so, we are here to help and we guarantee utmost confidentiality and discretion. If you’ve been injured and are considering pursuing a claim for compensation, contact us today for a free consultation.

Wills and Estate Planning

Having a will is the best thing you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your business. There are many reasons why you should have a will. At Lambert Law, we can help you through the estate planning process including will drafting, preparing powers of attorney and representation agreements. These are important steps to protect your family and friends from needless expense.

If you have a will, you should review it every five years to ensure it reflects your current situation and intentions. In British Columbia, the new B.C. Will, Estates and Succession Act (WESA) came into effect in March, 2018. Wills created before this date are still valid, but the distribution of assets, laws of intestate succession (if you die without a will), and survivorship rules have changed. Why do I need a will?

  • A will is a legally-binding document that allows you to lay out exactly how you would like your estate to be handled after you have passed on.
  • A will provides peace of mind – in the event of unexpected death or disability, a properly drawn up will helps alleviate some of the stress during a very emotional time.
  • Your will appoints your Executor - the person you trust to ensure your affairs are in order, such as paying your bills, canceling your credit cards and notify your bank and your beneficiaries. Your Executor is also responsible for distributing your assets.
  • A will allows you to appoint the person(s) you want to raise your minor children. Without a will, the court will appoint a family member as guardian and this may not necessarily be someone you would have chosen.
  • All estates must go through the probate process. Having a will helps to expedite things. Without a will, the probate court acts as your estate administrator and decides how to divide your assets. This can be a very lengthy process.
  • A will can also minimize estate taxes by reducing the value of your estate by giving away assets to family, friends, or charities.

Lambert Law’s estate planning services can advise you on the best way to protect yourself and your family. Having a properly drawn up will is much cheaper than court battles between family members which is a common occurrence when people do not take the time to consider what to do with their assets upon their death.