Campbell, Renaud Trial Lawyers obtains verdicts and settlements in brain injury medical malpractice claims, notably birth injury leading to cerebral palsy, as well as surgical and orthopedic negligence lawsuits and complex ICBC injury claims.
Our personal injury law firm, located in the Vancouver Lower Mainland (Burnaby), BC, has achieved several multi-million dollar settlements, as well as verdicts in both jury trials and trial by judge alone. The lawyers have represented plaintiffs in medical and vehicular negligence cases for over 40 years. Medical malpractice and personal injury lawyers with our level of success in complex negligence cases are extremely rare.
Our devotion to our clients comes from our involvement in advocacy groups and the disability community since the firm’s inception in 1994. We have a decade-long relationship with the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC and a sincere desire to improve the lives of injured people.Find a personal injury lawyer
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Peace of Mind: Story of a Girl with Cerebral Palsy
“Don gave me the ability to stay home with my daughter, and raise her myself. We have a home that I can raise her in that is wheelchair friendly. I have a van to get around in because I wasn’t going to be able to pay just about $40,000 for a van and refit. So, he has actually given me peace of mind.”Watch Her Story
Every year, 110 children in British Columbia are born with CP, or develop the disorder early in infancy. 10 to 16 of these cases are due to preventable medical error. All parents deserve to know the cause of their child’s cerebral palsy.Read Article
Cerebral palsy often is caused by injury to the developing brain before, during, or soon after birth. Following a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, hospitals and doctors in BC go on an informational ‘lockdown’. Consequently, parents often are not given the full details of what caused their child’s condition. Explore our Education section for causes, symptoms, resources, and to find out how we can help.Learn About Cerebral Palsy