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Some Things you Should Know About Your Case


 

Question Why should I choose Bogoroch & Associates LLP?
 
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Please enjoy this introduction (video on the left) to the law firm of Bogoroch & Associates, including a tour of the welcoming offices showcasing the dedicated lawyers and staff who will handle your case expertly and with compassion.

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Question How do I manage without money while my case is ongoing?
 
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Richard Bogoroch describes the proactive, aggressive approach the firm takes to ensuring that a client will be financially secure, even if a case settlement takes a long time. One approach is to ask the court or make a request under the Insurance Act for advance payments on a settlement, to tide the client over while a lawsuit is ongoing. This can often be done expeditiously when liability in a case is not in dispute.

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Question Understanding chronic pain, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia litigation
 
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Richard Bogoroch speaks sensitively to the importance of thorough understanding and preparation in dealing with chronic pain, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia cases. Richard personally has over 25 years' experience and the firm has dealt in hundreds of cases where the victims' conditions have met with skepticism, but the cases have been won with just and appropriate results.

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Question What can I expect from the examination for discovery pretrial hearing?
 
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Richard Bogoroch explains that the examination for discovery is the questioning of the plaintiff, who the firm represents, after the statements of claim and defence have been filed in a case. The firm briefs the client beforehand to ensure that the client feels comfortable and confident with the process.

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Question What is mediation?
 
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Richard Bogoroch explains how after the examination for discovery, the client and other parties must proceed to mediation, an alternate dispute resolution approach that avoids having to take a case to trial. Richard outlines the process, and describes how the firm works with the client to determine a mediation strategy and settlement goals.

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Question The importance of returning phone calls and email messages
 
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The title of this segment says it all. Richard Bogoroch discusses the firm's commitment to same-day responses to any inquiries from its valued clients. As Richard puts it, he wants all clients to feel they are informed participants in their own cases, and that can best be done by being communicative and responsive to clients' questions and calls.

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Question How much is my case worth?
 
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Richard Bogoroch explains how the firm gives a written opinion on the worth of a case once a full assessment, including input from specialists and experts, has been completed. He also speaks to the limits on pain and suffering damages in Canadian cases.

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Question Giving back to society through our charitable giving program
 
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Richard Bogoroch describes the firm's involvement in charitable giving and volunteering for hospitals, medical and rehabilitation organizations, law society initiatives and more.

Learn more about the firm's charitable activities here.

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Question How can I prepare for my examination for discovery?
 
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We have prepared an informational video to help you prepare for this critical procedure and provide you with helpful guidance and information. We, of course, will meet you face-to-face to further prepare you for your discovery.

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Listen to these audio files:

The Mediation Process

Preparing for Trial

The Examination for Discovery Process