Secure peace of mind with effective legal counsel from Campbell, Renaud Trial Lawyers

Campbell, Renaud Trial Lawyers represents people across British Columbia who have been seriously injured through no fault of their own, whether the result of someone's negligent driving or permanent injuries sustained from medical malpractice. The lawyers help answer the tough questions people injured in BC have about their injuries: what happened to cause injury to myself or my child? What could have been done to prevent it? How am I going to pay for the cost of care? In doing so, the legal team has achieved several multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts throughout Western Canada. Offices are located in Greater Vancouver (Burnaby) and on Vancouver Island (Victoria).

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About Us

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, complex ICBC injury claims and other personal injury lawsuits. 

Our personal injury law firm, with offices in Greater Vancouver (Burnaby) and on Vancouver Island (Victoria), 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 sincere desire to improve the lives of injured people.

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Types of Personal Injury

  • Birth Injury Negligence & Cerebral Palsy

    44,000 babies are born in BC each year. Over 100 of those children will be eventually diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Frequently, the brain damage which led to cerebral palsy was entirely preventable with the exercise of reasonable medical care.

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  • Surgical & Orthopedic Medical Malpractice

    Were you active and healthy before an injury that led to surgery? Have you had a surgical or orthopedic procedure in British Columbia that left you worse off than you were before? Somewhere along the line, did you just know “this isn't right”?

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  • ICBC & Personal Injury Claims

    ICBC adjusters work for the insurer and are not required to do what is best for you. The lawyers at Campbell, Renaud in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, can help you following a car accident injury to get the compensation you are owed.

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Birth Injury Cerebral Palsy Legal Case Study
Featured Case Study

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.”

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From the Press

“Plaintiffs are on equal footing at mediation only if represented by counsel ready, willing and able to proceed to trial, unless defendants offer a fair settlement.” – lawyer Don Renaud

— The Verdict, Summer 2015 Read More All Press

January 21, 2019

Driver incompetence a serious public health issue

Lax licensing and the reliance on other road users to educate incompetent drivers is not the way to treat a serious public health issue.  According to ICBC’s crash statistics, there were 230,000 motor vehicle collisions in the Lower Mainland in 2017, or 630 crashers per day.

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Cerebral Palsy

Education Resources

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.

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