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For over 40 years, Michael Lamont has been practicing law and is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Civil Litigation. At Lamont Law, we have assembled a professional team with expertise in accident benefits, motorcycle accidents, motor vehicle accidents, ATV accidents, dog attacks, slip and falls, bicycling accidents, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, wrongful death claims, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, pedestrian accidents and long-term disability denials. We are committed to staying on top of the latest case law and government regulations. We are passionate advocates for victims.

Personal injury is all we do.

WHY LAMONT LAW?

“Lamont Law understood the physical, mental and emotional pain my Mom and I were going through. I sometimes (often) didn’t want to talk about it and your staff were very patient and caring. They helped us see the positive when it was very hard to see. You are all very dedicated and look out for your client’s best interests. I feel your clients are more than clients. The Staff at Lamont Law were always a phone call away and always had time to listen and explain what was happening. My Mom and I are grateful to have had such a great team working for us.”
– Tony

PRACTICE AREAS

BRAIN INJURIES
CAR ACCIDENTS
SPINAL CORD INJURIES
WRONGFUL DEATH
MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE
CRITICAL ILLNESS CLAIM DENIAL
ATV ACCIDENTS
DOG ATTACKS
SLIP AND FALLS
BICYCLE ACCIDENTS
NURSING HOME NEGLIGENCE
PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS
LONG TERM DISABILITY DENIALS

CONTACT US

Call us at 905.529.6668
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