The Canadian Press article The best accident lawyer in Canada is now available.
The lawyer is called Rocket Lawyer.
Rocket is a Canadian legal service company that specializes in accident and family law.
Their website says, “We have the experience, expertise and knowledge to handle all types of matters involving personal injury, property damage and personal injury claims.”
It also says that Rocket has “the most extensive and knowledgeable team of accident and related lawyers in the country.”
A number of Rocket’s offices are located in Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Montreal.
A spokesperson from the lawyer said that the lawyer is now in its third year of operating.
The spokesperson says that “the vast majority of clients are in non-accident categories.”
The lawyer also says they can provide legal advice in any of the following: child custody, child support, divorce, wrongful death, and negligence claims.
The website states that “We believe that when you hire us, you are giving your loved ones and your community a lawyer who understands your situation and can help them through their toughest moments.”
The website also says the lawyer can assist in any legal matters, including family matters, criminal matters, fraud and breach of trust.
It says that the Rocket lawyer is licensed to practise in Canada and the United States, so if you have any questions, you can contact them.
They also say that they can handle any family matters or civil matters.
The Canadian Association of Criminal Defence Lawyers says that it is a registered trademark of the Canadian Association for Criminal Defence Counseling.
It is not clear how long the Rocket Lawyers is allowed to be in business.
Rocket Law is a legal service that is based in Toronto and was created by former Toronto lawyer and business executive Scott K. Pfeffer.
In 2009, he launched the Rocket Legal Group.
He is currently the CEO of Rocket Law, which also provides other legal services, including personal injury and property damage claims.
According to Rocket’s website, Rocket Legal provides accident lawyers, accident consultants, personal injury lawyers, and accident reconstructionists.
It also offers training, case management, mediation and other support services.
PFEFER also founded the Nova Scotia Institute of Law, a law school that specializes not only in law but also in education.
In 2012, the Nova Scotians also passed a law requiring law schools to be accredited by the Accreditation Council for Law Schools, an accreditation process that Pfefer says “gives our graduates a better shot at getting a job.”
Pfeffers son was killed in a motorcycle accident.
Pfieffer says that there are no guarantees that a lawyer will help someone in an emergency situation.
“I don’t want to tell anyone that they’re not going to get a lawyer, but I do have a list of lawyers that will help me with any case that I may have, whether it’s a medical matter, a family matter or a personal injury matter,” Pfeiffers son told CBC News.
“The best accident lawyers in Canada are now available.”
The Nova Scotia Bar Association, which represents Nova Scotia lawyers, says it is “disappointed” in the decision.
In a statement, the association said it is concerned about the decision to shut down the Rocket legal services in Nova Scotia.
The Nova Scotian Association of Business and Industry said that they were disappointed in the court’s decision to cancel the service, saying they are “extremely disappointed in this ruling” and that they are calling on the Nova Scotiabank and Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission to review the court decision.
Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter told reporters at a news conference Friday that Nova Scotia was considering “all options” to ensure Nova Scotia’s legal services are “in compliance with the law.”
He added that “it would be very troubling” if a Nova Scotia lawyer were to lose his license due to a “failure to meet the regulatory requirements” for a license.
“This is an issue that we’re taking very seriously,” he said.
The ruling comes less than a week after Nova Scotia became the first province in Canada to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
A number other provinces and territories are now considering similar measures.
Alberta became the last province to legalize recreational marijuana use in January.
New Brunswick became the fifth province to do so in March.
Nova Scotias Attorney General says it was not possible to confirm whether the Nova SCBC and Nova SCA would be reviewing the ruling.
“It is important to note that Nova Scotia’s Attorney General and his staff are reviewing this decision and that Nova SCBA will continue to work closely with Nova Scotia to ensure that Nova Scab and Nova Scari are compliant with all applicable law and regulations,” the Nova Star wrote.