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Claim Your Free Paralegal Consultation Today. Our offices are open for phone calls Monday- Friday, 8:30- 5:00 for free legal information on new cases.

Getting started is simple. Just click on the red button below to access our form. Once there, attach an image of your ticket, submit your contact information and within one working day, our team will reach out to you with insightful advice and options tailored specifically to your situation. No matter how complex your case.

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What can I expect from a free paralegal consultation?

During a free paralegal consultation, you can expect to discuss your legal information with a qualified paralegal who deal exclusively with traffic tickets. They will provide initial advice and guidance, information on your local courthouse, assess the merits of your case, explain the legal process involved, and answer any questions you may have. Furthermore, the paralegal will carefully review any documentation or evidence you provide, such as your ticket image, to gain a thorough understanding of your situation. They will then offer insights into potential legal strategies, possible outcomes, and your legal options based on their knowledge of the area of law. The consultation is meant to give you legal assistance on how the law applies to you, and to help you find out more about the lawyer or paralegal you’re thinking of hiring. Additionally, the paralegal may provide general information on the court system and different legal issues to further assist you in understanding your case and making informed decisions.

The purpose of this consultation is to give you a clear understanding of your rights and options moving forward. It serves as an opportunity for you to gather valuable information and determine the best course of action for your specific circumstances.

Rest assured that our paralegals are highly trained professionals who have extensive experience in handling a wide range of legal services relating to traffic tickets.

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How long does a typical free paralegal consultation last?

A typical free paralegal consultation lasts about 15-30 minutes. This allows you to discuss the details of your case, ask legal questions, and receive initial legal advice. To gain a thorough understanding of your situation, our paralegals will review any documentation or evidence you provide, such as your ticket image. This allows them to offer insights into potential legal strategies and possible outcomes specific to their case.

What is the difference between a lawyer and paralegal in Ontario, Canada?

Both individuals are authorized by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) to handle and offer legal representation for various types of cases. Paralegals may consist of former police officers and former prosecutors. They are authorized to provide representation for all offenses under The Highway Traffic Act, as well as represent clients for summary conviction offenses such as Dangerous Driving. If you have been charged with DUI or Impaired/Over 80, you will need to hire a Lawyer. However, we recommend contacting us first as we have an exceptional Senior Lawyer whom we can provide you a referral to. One of the unique advantages of our Firm is that while the majority of our representatives are Paralegals, our Firm is owned by a Lawyer, providing you with the supervision of a Lawyer at no additional cost. In contrast, the majority of our competitors operate solely as Paralegal Firms. Our online lawyer referral service is available to residents of Ontario.

Can I expect confidentiality during the free paralegal consultation?

Yes, you can expect confidentiality during the free paralegal consultation. Paralegals are bound by strict professional ethics and confidentiality rules. Your personal information will be treated with the utmost privacy and will not be shared without your consent.

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I want a free Lawyer consultation, can you provide me with a referral?

One advantage of choosing our firm is that it is owned by a lawyer, meaning you can benefit from additional legal expertise without incurring any extra charges. Therefore, we encourage you to contact us first as we can also refer your case to a highly experienced trial lawyer if that is your preference.

Contact us toll free or through our webform for your free consultation today.


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