A Client Pays a Compliment!

One of the best things about being a personal injury lawyer at Auger Hollingsworth is the opportunity to help clients get the compensation they need to get on with life after an injury.  This week a client who received a settlement after a slip and fall sent our associate lawyer Charles Genest this kind note:

Thank you Charles

“This settlement will ensure that I get the physio and home care I need to make a recovery that will allow me to live a “normal” life.  Your kindness,  thoughtfulness and hard work is a testament to who you are!  Brenda is very fortunate to have you on her team!”

Charles Genest

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[Note from Brenda:  It’s true!  I am very lucky to have Charles at the firm.  I can truly rely on him to provide the very best service to our injured clients.]

Charles Genest recently celebrated the completion of his 5th year at Auger Hollingsworth.  Fully bilingual, he practises out of our office on Lancaster.  Charles handles serious motor vehicle collision cases, slip or trip and fall cases and long term disability denials.

Of particular note, Charles attended Harvard University’s Program on Negotiation in 2017, which helped hone his skills in achieving excellent out of court settlements both at mediation and through direct negotiation.

If you would like to meet with Charles about handling an Ontario personal injury case on your behalf, contact the firm at 613 233-4529.

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