For almost 60 years, Preszler Injury Lawyers LLP has been assisting victims who have suffered personal injuries as a result of the negligence of others.  It all started with Robert Preszler in 1959 in Ontario and the firm has continued to grow under the direction of his sons, David Preszler and Jeffrey Preszler.  The firm is a family run small business which continues to expand across Canada with their model of “client first” service. The firm currently represents thousands of claimants across Canada.

The firm is deeply rooted in a tradition of family based values.

Coupled with the Preszler family, the Kimball family, originally of Nova Scotia, have led the expansion to Nova Scotia.  They have been involved with the firm since early 2011 and now proudly represent the Preszler family tradition of excellence in client service in Nova Scotia.

Preszler Injury Lawyers have continued to assist satisfied clients who routinely spread the word about the firm’s quality of work and personal care.

Our Nova Scotia office handles all types of personal injury cases and insurance related disputes. Our lawyers are well known, experienced and dedicated to pursuing the best possible outcome for our clients.

We pride ourselves on ensuring that clients have direct access to their lawyers whenever in need. Preszlers' lawyers provide guidance and choices, while the control of the case remains in the client's hands.

When you retain Preszler Injury Lawyers, you get piece of mind that your lawyer will always be available to address your concerns on a personal level instead of constantly speaking to staff indirectly involved in your file.
Our lawyers have worked in both defence and plaintiff roles so we know what the insurance companies are looking for and how to best prepare and present your case.

Preszler Injury Lawyers has successfully represented thousands of clients across the country.
You should immediately contact one of our experienced lawyers for a free consultation to discuss your situation.

There are time limits that apply to accidents and your right to litigate; you need to be sure that you don't miss those limitations.