Personal Injury Lawyer – Tim Louis

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Personal Injury Lawyer - Tim Louis

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Hire Personal Injury Lawyer Tim Louis

Finding a first-class personal injury lawyer in Vancouver BC is not easy. The reality is there are plenty of law firms that focus on volume, with the goal being quick and easy settlements involving as little effort as possible. If you’ve suffered a personal injury, this is the last thing you need to deal with.

However, Tim Louis is a personal injury lawyer in Vancouver who puts in the time required to get to know his clients, is accessible and focused on keeping the client up to date at all times.

Tim Louis understands that most people want to avoid the trauma of a trial. His goal is to get his clients a settlement equal to what the client would get going to trial without going to trial. The best way to avoid a trial is to thoroughly prepare for one. The best out-of-court settlement is a settlement for trial dollars. Vancouver Personal Injury Lawyer Tim Louis will fight for you.

If you’ve suffered a personal injury through no fault of your own, you deserve fair compensation

If you’ve been injured in any way by someone else’s negligence, you deserve fair compensation. If someone has intentionally injured you in some way, you deserve fair compensation. If you’ve ever been harmed by a defective product or service, you deserve fair compensation. Speak to personal injury lawyer Tim Louis today.

Over 40 years of experience in Personal Injury Law

Tim Louis has been practising personal injury law for more than four decades, and nothing is as valuable in a personal injury case as experience. Dealing with personal injury, including slip and falls, dog bites, assaults and any other injury caused by someone else, requires the experience and skill of a personal injury lawyer like Tim Louis.

For him, every case he undertakes becomes a personal fight on behalf of a valued client. He is always accessible, returns calls promptly, and begins every case by getting to know the client involved. Tim’s clients are real people, not file folders. The goal is always to achieve the best possible result for each client – trial dollars without going to trial.

A personal injury suit is a strategic campaign, not a short-term skirmish

With Tim Louis and Company, there are no premature settlements. Every client case starts with the setting of a trial date – a not-so-subtle signal that the case is going to go the distance, and that Tim is going to fight for every penny his client is entitled to. Tim Louis does not discuss settlement dollars until a client has fully recovered, or until the client’s doctor says, “That’s as good as it’s going to get.” Only then can financial compensation be fairly determined.

Tim Louis will obtain every expert report necessary to prove a client’s case. Tim Louis’ many years of practice, in combination with his superb reputation, ensures his clients have access to the best experts in any field.

Here are just a few of the Personal Injury Legal Services Tim Louis offers:

If you have been injured, contact personal injury lawyer Tim Louis at (604) 732-7678.

Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer who will represent you

When you need a personal injury lawyer to truly represent your best interests and not the interests of a big law firm’s bottom line, you need Tim Louis in Vancouver BC.

Give Tim Louis a call today at (604) 732-7678 for a no-fee telephone consultation, during which he will answer all your questions, no matter how complex. He will gather the information needed to prove negligence and answer all of your questions.

Tim Louis’ goal is to obtain for his clients an out-of-court settlement equal to what the client would achieve by going to trial. He does this by thoroughly preparing for trial, even though the goal is to settle before trial.

Contact us at (604) 732-7678 or send us an email at

Frequently Asked Questions


1. What kind of cases do personal injury lawyers handle?

Personal injury lawyers handle cases such as slip and fall, trip and fall, dog attack/bite, physical assault, restaurant burns (hot liquid), hot water bottle leaks, chair collapses, property not maintained, food poisoning and other situations that cause personal injury.

2. What is considered a personal injury lawsuit?

A personal injury lawsuit is when the person who suffers an injury hires a lawyer and sues the party responsible. 90% of Tim Louis' lawsuits are settled prior to trial. Tim Louis' objective, however, is to obtain trial dollars without the client having to go to trial. Any lawyer can settle a case prior to trial for less than what the client would get if the case went to trial.

3. How to hire a personal injury lawyer?

To hire an effective personal injury lawyer, you need to look at the lawyer's reputation, reviews online, summary of previous client's experience with that lawyer, case experience, years in practice, lawsuit experience and more.

Location is no longer a driver of your decision of who to hire. This is because paperwork and processes required over the life of your lawsuit eg: discoveries, court appearances, pre-trial, chambers applications, and mediations are now online. What is more important is reputation, word of mouth, online reviews, seniority, and experience.

If you are considering a specific personal injury lawyer, you should then visit their website, contact them, book a consultation, and then only if you are satisfied, enter into a written retainer agreement.

4. What are the categories of compensation you are entitled to? These categories are referred to as Heads of Damage.

  1. Pain and Suffering or General Damages – this is for the injury itself.
  2. Past Loss of Income – income loss you have suffered from the date of injury up to the date of settlement.
  3. Future Loss of Income – income loss you will suffer after the date of settlement.
  4. Special Damages – out of pocket costs. Anything you paid for as a result of the injury – medical treatments, prescriptions and more – any costs other than those related to the lawsuit.
  5. Future Cost of Care – if you are going to incur a care cost in the future – the defendant must pay you a lump sum for these future care costs as part of the settlement.

5. How do you prove emotional distress?

You prove emotional distress by obtaining an expert diagnosis from a doctor, counsellor, psychologist, or a psychiatrist to support emotional distress.


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