Personal Injury Law
It's who we are. It's what we do. We're here to fight for you.
Personal Injury Law is a complex process with its multitude of forms to be completed, specific information to be gathered, assessments to be made, and precise and often timely procedures to be followed. As a victim this process can be overwhelming (The Legal Process.) You need a team of experienced personal injury lawyers who will fight for you every step of the way.
If you have been injured as the result of someone else's actions, or have had your benefits denied by your insurance company, Grosso Hooper Law is ready to fight for you.
The road to recovery is often long, and the additional burden of legal and insurance paperwork can be too much to bear. Our experienced legal team will fight for your rights and get you the compensation you need so you and your loved ones can focus on rebuilding your lives. Only when you receive compensation does Grosso Hooper Law get paid.
Our record is strong. A formidable 98% success record in court provides a powerful incentive for opponents to negotiate favourable client settlements out of court.
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In The News
We are pleased to announce that Hooper Law Offices is now Grosso Hooper Law. - Read More
Savannah Hunik is presented with her new Quickie Basketball chair thanks to Hooper Law's Got What It Takes to WIN Grant - Read More
The WINNER of the Got What It Takes to Win Grant is announced. This grant allowed one young Canadian to WIN a custom Quickie All Court Sport Wheelchair. - Click Here to Find out who Won
Hooper Law and Wheelchair Basketball Canada are proud to give young Canadians the opportunity to take their game to the next level through the Hooper Law Got What It Takes to Win Grant. - Read More
'Wanton and reckless disregard': Hooper Law, together with Jenepher's family sues London hospital, doctors. Jenepher Watt, 20, died after living with mental illness and visiting the LHSC several times before her death. Read the article on CBC news.