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Personal Injury Lawyer in Toronto Opens Firm, Launches a New Website, jwillmiller.com

The Firm Helps People who have Been Hurt at Work, in a Motor Vehicle Accident, or as the Result of a Medical Procedure

TORONTO, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new personal injury lawyer Toronto residents can rely on for their expertise in personal injury cases has just opened for business in the Toronto area. As part of its grand opening, the firm has launched a new website, jwillmiller, which is specifically tailored for Toronto clients.

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As the attorneys at the firm understand quite well, sometimes innocent people are injured in situations that are not their fault. From workers who are hurt in factories and other workplaces and families who are injured in motor vehicle accidents, to those who suffer injury as the result of a medical procedure or a fall inside a business, there are many types of personal injury cases that allow the victims to make a claim for compensation.

This is where the experienced and caring attorneys at jwillmiller.com can help; they are devoted to helping their clients get the money they need to cover medical costs, lost time from work and loss of income.

"While we realize that no amount of money can ever truly or fully compensate victims for their injuries, Personal Injury Lawyer Toronto is dedicated to and will fight vigorously for our clients' interests in order to recover the compensation our clients deserve," an article on the new website noted, adding that in most cases, the claim can be started very quickly—right after the client meets with an attorney in the firm.

"We have the skills necessary to protect your interests inside and outside of the courtroom. We will fight aggressively for our clients' interests to recover what our clients deserve."

For people who are reluctant to consult with a personal injury attorney because they feel they cannot afford to do so, the attorneys at jwillmiller.com offer reassurance. At the firm, if a claim meets their criteria, they will consider taking on the case on a no-win, no fee basis. This allows injured victims who are already low on funds due to lost days of work and medical expenses to get the expert legal representation they need and deserve.

Anybody who would like to learn more about the new law firm in Toronto is welcome to visit their website; there, they can read about their expertise in handling personal injury cases.

About Personal Injury Lawyers Toronto:

Personal Injury Lawyers Toronto provides personal injury services to clients in the Toronto area in Canada. The firm, which only specializes in Personal Injury, is expanding in Canada. For more information, please visit http://jwillmiller.com/

Media Contact: Matthew Smith, Personal Injury Lawyers Toronto, 4378883832, [email protected]

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