Located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers, Kingston is known as the “Limestone City” for its heritage buildings constructed from local limestone. Midway between Toronto and Montreal, Kingston is close to the Thousand Islands, and is across from Wolfe Island. With a large student population, the city is home to three post-secondary institutions including Queen’s University, Royal Military College of Canada, and St. Lawrence College. Offering a variety of independent shops, well-known local restaurants, and a diverse public market, Kingston’s downtown culture has a dynamic arts and entertainment community with a variety of festivals and events. Surrounded by beautiful parks, trails, and of course, Lake Ontario, Kingston is also considered to have some of the best fresh water sailing conditions in the world.
Historically, Kingston was the first capital of Canada from 1841-1844 and continued to be an important military installation after that. The city is known for historical monuments such as Fort Henry, the Martello towers, and the Bellevue House which was the home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald.
Ted Bergeron and Chris Clifford have worked together representing injured clients since 1999. The firm consists of several experienced associate lawyers, paralegals, in-house insurance advisors and accident benefits specialists, law clerks, and other team members. Each client has a lawyer with a dedicated team working their personal injury court case with the attention and dedication that has delivered success both in court and out of court for so many of our clients.
Contact us at 866-384-5886 or fill out our online form if you have had a concussion or other head injury in Eastern Ontario. We can meet you at our office locations in Kingston, Ottawa, Whitby, Carleton Place, Perth or other local offices, or wherever is most convenient for you.