Personal Injury Lawyer Kelowna North End Services For Accident Victims

Einfeld Law has defied convention in the Personal Injury Lawyers market with the release of Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End. Further information can be found at http://www.einfeldlaw.com and http://www.einfeldlaw.com/about/

Kelowna, Canada - January 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Einfeld Law today reflected on its release of Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End 18 years ago, which was in development since Glenn Einfeld moved his practice to Kelowna in 2000. The main aim was always to represent only plaintiffs interests and never work on behalf of the insurance companies e.g. ICBC; so there would be no conflict of interest… and by defying convention, this law firm with a primary focus on helping accident and personal injury victims did so, with a difference.

Glenn Einfeld, Trial Lawyer at Einfeld Law, says: “We wanted to try something new with Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End. Anyone familiar with the Personal Injury Lawyers market will probably have noticed how everyone else always seemed to be reluctant to go to court on their client’s behalf . We felt this was a problem because many accident lawyers are afraid to go to trial and the victim can end up settling for less.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, Einfeld Law is a Kelowna based law firm with experienced trial lawyers that are not afraid to go to court when the insurance company i.e. ICBC refuses to settle in a fair and equitable manner. The firm chose to make this move because the main focus is to provide the best possible legal representation for clients, injured or otherwise.

Glenn Einfeld also said “we want to give our customers options. With Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel appreciated and respected from the support they receive when working with Einfeld Law’s Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End. For client’s, deciding which accident lawyer to represent them is an important decision. It is critical to make sure they don’t settle for less.”

Glenn Einfeld moved his practice to Kelowna in 2000. Since Day 1 Einfeld Law has always aimed to be recognized for its competence, legal integrity, experience, knowledge and empathy..

Personal Injury Lawyer Services in Kelowna North End is now available. To find out more visit http://www.einfeldlaw.com/about/

Further information about Einfeld Law can be discovered at http://www.einfeldlaw.com

Contact Info:
Name: Glenn Einfeld
Email: info@einfeldlaw.com
Organization: Einfeld Law
Address: 1060 Manhattan Drive Ste. 160, Kelowna, BC V1Y 9X9, Canada
Phone: +1-250-712-0001

For more information, please visit http://www.einfeldlaw.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 285945

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