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Our office is in Halifax, but we serve clients throughout Atlantic Canada and nationally in class actions. Your initial consultation is free, and if Wagners acts for you, you pay nothing unless we succeed. We welcome you to get in touch with us.Free Consultation
Our Areas of Practice
A car accident, medical malpractice injury, slip and fall, sexual assault, or other injury can turn your life upside down. You deserve to get back to normal as soon as possible. We are experienced, dedicated and passionate advocates. We’re invested in your success—so you can count on Wagners for unwavering support and commitment.
This broad category of injuries includes vehicle-related injuries, slips and falls and other accidents, long-term disability, and sexual assault.Learn More
Class actions allow groups of people with similar complaints to bring a collective action against defendants.Learn More
Most health care professionals have the best of intentions and hope to provide quality medical care to their patients.Learn More
Get updated on our class actions.
Wagners is currently advancing several class actions across a broad range of subject matters and on a national basis.
Personal Injury Lawyers in Halifax Serving Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island & Beyond
At Wagners, we practice personal injury claims, including representing people harmed in car accidents, ATV and boating accidents, through slip and falls, and through medical negligence. Our Class Actions are diverse, and primarily focused on representing groups of people injured or harmed through defective medical devices, pharmaceuticals, airline accidents, environmental catastrophes, and historical institutional abuse. To be successful in your injury claim, there are strict and technical requirements that must be followed, including specific timelines, and procedural and legal criteria to be met. Thus, it is important for you to have an injury lawyer with experience and your best interest in mind, and you should talk to a lawyer as soon as possible after an injury has occurred.
If you have questions about the legal process, our Frequently Asked Questions webpage may help you. Wagners’ legal experience covers a broad range of areas, with our main focus on personal injury cases, the representation of families in fatality cases, medical negligence and class actions, including:
- Auto Accidents, including drunk or impaired driving and truck accidents
- Defective Premises
- Playground and school injuries
- ATV Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Snowmobile Accident
- Slip and fall injuries
- Construction Site Accidents
- Mild and Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Explosions and Fires
- Medical Negligence
- Hospital Negligence
- Foster Care Abuse
- Pharmaceutical and Defective Device Class Actions
- Airline Accident Class Actions
- Contaminated Product Class Actions
- Historical Abuse Class Actions
- Environmental Class Actions
NOTICE TO OUR CLIENTS
On the advice of the Nova Scotia Health Authority as well as the Government of Nova Scotia we have taken the necessary steps and have closed our office to ensure the health and safety of our employees, clients and our families. In support of provincial efforts to manage COVID-19 and until further notice, our office is temporarily closed. Our lawyers and staff are continuing to work from home remotely and will continue to do so on behalf of our clients. Please know that you can contact us anytime by leaving a voice mail message, contacting us by email as well as fax. Our thoughts and well wishes go out to all of our communities impacted by the spread of COVID-19. We also want to thank all of the healthcare workers and essential services in our community who continue to work tirelessly to manage this rapidly evolving situation. Please keep your family and community safe by:
- Staying home if you can
- Practicing social distancing of at least 6 feet
- Washing your hands often, especially after being in a public place, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
- Reaching out to others and offering help to those at risk, elderly, disabled and homeless
- Not touching your face
For those who are self isolating, keep your mind and body active, go for a walk or exercise at home. Please remember to be kind to others, especially those who continue to work in public places during this time.
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