our victories

At Carranza LLP, we understand how difficult recovering from a serious injury can be and the overwhelming impact it can have on your life, your family and your financial situation.

Our dedicated and compassionate personal injury lawyers work tirelessly to ensure you and your family are able to focus on your recovery while we work to get you the services and compensation you deserve.

Because of our unique understanding of culture and recovery, we have been able to make a big difference in the lives of our clients by securing much needed and deserved benefits, including financial assistance, rehabilitative services and just settlements to help make their journey to recovery a little easier.

Below are just a small sample of our track record of client victories.


  • Highest award against auto insurer in Canada

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    In October 2000, T.N. was involved in a serious car accident that resulted in her suffering a catastrophic brain injury. Due to her debilitating injuries, she required help with daily living activities and could not live independently. Her insurer did not explain what services were available to her or pay for what she was entitled to. Her first lawyer did not dispute any attendant care benefits for several years. For half a decade, T.N. continued to suffer from anxiety, insomnia and loss of appetite. T.N.’s doctor recommended she get a second legal opinion. That`s when T.N. turned to Carranza LLP.

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  • Maria Branco, Mario Oliveira, Raquel Oliveira and Joshua Oliveira v. Alexander Ephstein

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Ms. Branco was injured by a car and despite rehabilitation, due to her arm and shoulder pain she was unable to continue in her job as a dental assistant. Her insurer did not make an offer to settle and the case went to trial.

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  • Maria Branco, Mario Oliveira, Raquel Oliveira and Joshua Oliveira v. Allianz

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Despite having sustain only soft-tissue injury with no fracture, a Judge of the Superior Court of Justice found that this client met the threshold which required permanent and serious impairment of an important bodily function.

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  • Teresa Garcia v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company No.2

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Ms. Garcia was insured as a passenger in multiple car accidents. The Arbitrator accepted her disability and her insurer was ordered to pay a higher amount of loss of earning capacity to his client, despite a finding that she was not a credible witness.

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  • Accepting a Case, 3 Other Law Firms Rejected

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    After a pedestrian was struck while running across the road in the rain, the police reported that he was trying to commit suicide. Three other law firms rejected the case. Once retained, his lawyer took steps to ensure the driver who struck his client was forced to be honest and admitted that there was no attempted suicide.

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  • Challenging a Settled Claim

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    The client came to our firm to seek fair compensation after former lawyer settled his accident benefit claims for a very small amount of money, less than half of one year’s income loss. Kevin was able to re-open the claims that were settled and successfully sued the no-fault insurer as well as the former lawyer.

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  • Minor receives payment of loss of income

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    After an accident, a mother was rendered quadriplegic and her son suffered serious brain injuries. Lawyer obtained accident benefits for the mother including the purchase and building of a new wheelchair accessible home and a significant settlement for income loss to a minor for her son.

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  • R.A v. The Personal Insurance Company

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    R.A.’s mother became a quadriplegic as a result of car accident. Her lawyer secured funding for an accessible home and compensation, and was also able to obtain a loss of earning capacity settlement for R.A.

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  • Khoa Pham v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Mr. Pham suffered injuries when he swerved on the highway to avoid hitting a deer and drove off the road and into a tree. He was unable to return to his job as a fork lift operator. An insurer was ordered to pay “interim” income loss benefits to his client well in advance of an arbitration hearing.

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  • Teresa Garcia v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company No.1

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Ms. Garcia was insured as a passenger in multiple car accidents. She was unable to return to her work and her insurer terminated her income replacement benefits after she failed to attend an insurer's medical examination.

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  • Mauricio Mariona v. Canadian General Insurance Company

    Personal injury Lawyer(s):

    Mr. Mariona was injured in a car accident as a passenger in his son’s car. The insurers delayed accident benefits disputing the son’s claim to have purchased insurance prior to the accident.

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