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1595 Sixteenth, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3N9
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Gillis Injury Law was founded in Richmond Hill by two dedicated personal injury lawyers with extensive experience in responding to the needs of clients devastated by serious personal injury. With access to an established network of highly trained health care professionals, expert medical specialists, occupational and other therapists, the firm provides a comprehensive response to the urgent personal, medical and financial needs of our clients. If you, a loved one, or someone you know has been injured, you need to know your rights: you need to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer. At Gillis Injury Law we will help you to access and coordinate the care and rehabilitation you need. more...

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Domains of law

  • Personal Injury Lawyer,
  • Slip and Fall,
  • Motor Vehicle Accident,
  • Brain Injury,
  • Serious Injury,


  • Certified Specialist In Civil Litigation,
  • American Association For Justice,
  • Ontario Trial Lawyers Association,

Products and Services

  • Head and Brain Injury,
  • Barristers,
  • Lawyers,
  • Slips and Falls,
  • Medical & Dental Malpractice,
  • Wrongful Deaths,
    • Medical Malpractice,
    • Wrongful Births,
    • Motor Vehicle Accident Benefits,
    • Hospital Malpractice,
    • Brain Injuries,
    • Consultation,
    • Chronic pain,
    • Accidents Benefit Claims,
    • Personal Injury Lawyers,
    • Spinal Cord Injuries,
    • Products Liability,
    • Long Term Disability Claims,
    • Serious Personal Injury Claims,
  • more...
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  • Free Initial Consultation,
  • Personal Injury,

Languages Spoken

  • English,

Getting There

  • Leslie and 16th Ave in Richmond Hill,

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    I find it a little messed up they allow paralegals to represent their clients in Family Court (which is against the Law Society of Upper Canada). If they can't even follow that simple rule, how can they represent someone appropriately.

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