Paine Edmonds LLP – Multi-Service Law Firm in Downtown Vancouver

When you need the help of a compassionate and experienced lawyer in Vancouver and throughout British Columbia, seek the sound legal advice offered at Paine Edmonds LLP.  We combine a long established legal tradition with a dynamic team approach to help individuals, families, and businesses face their legal challenges.

Advocating for Your Legal Rights

Our lawyers are dedicated to advocating for your legal rights and obtaining the best possible outcomes for your legal matter.  If you are injured from an accident, having marital problems, disputes over family assets or support, wrongfully terminated from your job, buying or selling a business or property, disinherited or challenging a will, or have a denied disability or insurance claim don’t hesitate to contact one of our lawyers in Vancouver to request a consultation to go over the details of your legal matter.

Request a Consultation

Get in touch with Paine Edmonds in Vancouver today to set up a consultation. By working closely with you on your case, our lawyers can help you find the best solutions to fit your unique legal situation.

Supporting Our Community

Not only do we at Paine Edmonds look to help our community by providing legal services, but by also giving back by supporting charities, food banks, foundations, and other organizations. Contact us to learn more.

Our Latest Blog Entries

When Does a Slip and Fall Become a Personal Injury Case?

Slip and fall accidents can happen virtually anywhere, from stairways to parking lots. In many cases, property owners are at fault for failing to make expected and reasonable repairs to their property. When they fail to provide the proper upkeep, it can put visitors, residents, or customers in danger. While you may adamantly believe that your injury was caused by a property owner’s negligence, this is not enough to win your case. Y ... read more

When Can You Sue for Wrongful Dismissal in Vancouver?

Wrongful dismissal impacts many workers not only in Vancouver, but throughout British Columbia (B.C.) and it needs to be redressed quickly when it occurs. To file a claim under the B.C. Employment Standards Act, you have just six months from the termination date and to sue your employer, you have a two years from when you were let go. Anyone can sue their employe ... read more