Website Terms and Conditions of Use
Taylor & Blair, Personal Injury Lawyers is a partnership of law corporations and hosts this website to provide general information to the public about the firm's lawyers and the legal services we provide.
Use of our website is subject to the following terms and conditions which we may update from time-to-time without notice.
Not legal advice
The content on this website is not intended to provide or constitute legal advice. The specific facts of your case are important and may affect how the law applies. We would be happy to talk to you about your case and how we can help you.
Outcomes will vary according to the facts
References to successful case results where Taylor & Blair has acted for clients are not necessarily indicative of future results. The outcomes of legal proceedings will vary according to the facts in individual cases.
Use of Website
No automatic lawyer-client relationship
Using this website, including sending emails or receiving a reply from us through this website does not create a lawyer-client relationship (also known as a solicitor-client relationship) between you and the lawyers at Taylor & Blair. We will be happy to act on your behalf after we have entered a written agreement with you that confirms you have hired us as your lawyers.
If you want to hire a lawyer at Taylor & Blair to advise or represent you in a personal injury matter or claim you need to contact us directly to make those arrangements. You can do that by calling 604-737-6900.
Internet Security Warning
If you want to discuss your legal situation, you may contact us by email but please be advised that information sent over the Internet may not be secure and Taylor & Blair cannot guarantee the confidentiality of any information sent to us through this website or by email. Similarly, whether you are a current client, or not, transmission of information or your emails to Taylor & Blair may not be protected by lawyer-client privilege. Therefore, we strongly caution you NOT to send confidential or sensitive information to us about your situation over the Internet without consulting us first to confirm this form of communication is appropriate in your circumstances.