Hamilton Child Injury Attorneys

There are fewer things in life that are more traumatic than a child’s serious injury. If your child is experiencing broken bones, soft tissue tears, exposure to dangerous chemicals, choking-related injuries, whiplash, concussion, drowning, spinal cord trauma, mental or emotional trauma, lifelong disabilities caused by negligence, or another debilitating injury that will seriously impact their development, The Morris Law Group can help.

Your child deserves to not simply survive, but thrive after serious injury.

Injuries that happen at a young age can extensively impact future development. Compensation can help reduce the present and future losses your child may experience, like income potential and costly medical expenses.

You have the right to claim:

Choosing Morris Law

In Ontario law, all personal injury claims on behalf of minors require a “litigation guardian.” 

An adult, typically a parent or legal guardian, must make decisions during litigation on the child’s behalf—but you shouldn’t go it alone.

We understand the intricacies of child injury costs and insurance claim regulations, and we’re ready to help you secure justice. 

Our rates are contingency-based—you don’t pay us until you win your claim.

“The attorneys care deeply about their clients. They go above and beyond to make sure you are taken care of.  They will come to you if you can’t get to them. Just a great all-around law firm. Always, always returned my phone calls, voicemails, and any message that I left in a timely manner. I can’t say enough about this law firm.”

– Jordan A.

Child accidents can happen anywhere, anytime.

We’ve helped children and their families find a better life on their road to recovery.

Let us help you seek compensation for negligent injuries caused by:

School Trip Accidents

Automobile Accidents

Bicycle Accidents

Dog Bites


Swimming Pools

Faulty Products

Child Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Though you’re free to act on behalf of your child as a litigation guardian, you likely don’t understand personal injury, negligence, and medical malpractice law like we do. Due to their complicated natures, having an experienced attorney on your side will help maximize your compensation potential and relieve much of the stress of claims and litigation.

A pediatric injury can take many forms, but it always involves physical or emotional harm to a minor under the age of 18. Whether a serious injury was accidental or intentional, if negligence was involved by the action or inaction of others, those parties may be held accountable.

It’s crucial to move swiftly with your child’s injury claim. Inform your accident benefits insurance company within 7 days of the injury and send a written notice of the claim served to any involved parties within 60 days. 

You don’t have an indefinite period to file claims, though it is extended in the case of a child injury. It’s important to act swiftly, as claims are still subject to Ontario’s basic statute of limitations and can take several years to conclude. Generally, you have 2 years from the accident date to file a suit against any at-fault parties, but for a minor under the age of 18, that 2-year period doesn’t begin until they reach age 18.

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