No Win, No Fees

At Jasmine Daya & Co., we accept all of our cases on a “contingency fee” basis. This means you are not required to pay any fees, whatsoever, while the file is being handled. Our Toronto personal injury lawyers do not get paid until your case has reached a successful outcome, whether through settlement or at trial.

When we agree to take on your claim, there is no financial retainer or other upfront charges that you need to pay.

What About Other Legal Expenses?

Jasmine Daya & Co. will fund all costs associated with your litigation. When we commit to your case, we take on the risk of paying for associated court fees, document production, and related expenses. If your case is successful, we ensure that the defendant will reimburse our costs separately and independently from your damages award.

Free Consultations for Personal Injury Claims

You may not be sure if you have a valid legal claim, or maybe you have been injured and don’t know whether a claim is worth pursuing.  Our experienced team offers free legal consultations, and can briefly assess your situation to determine whether you should move forward with legal action.

Contact us online or by phone at 416-967-9100 for a free consultation with a skilled personal injury lawyer about your potential case. Remember, there is no charge, and no fees will be billed until you receive a settlement.

Areas of Practice

We offer exceptional representation in these areas of personal injury law

Accident Injuries

Accidents

Children & Minors

Disability Claims

Elder Abuse

Insurance Disputes

Product Liability Claims

Other Personal Injury Claims

Latest Blog Posts

The latest articles from the Jasmine Daya & Co. Blog

Landlord and Tenant
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Appearances Before the Landlord and Tenant Board – What to Expect

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Accident Benefits ClaimsCar Accidents
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Late Submission of an Application for Accident Benefits (OCF-1)

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Motorcycle Accidents
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