We believe no one should be prevented from making a full recovery due to an inability to pay. If you have been injured, we will go to bat for you to make sure you get the funding you need to pay for your treatments now and in the future, so you can get better and get your life back on track.
Rory Lambert graduated from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 1987. He became a practising lawyer in Alberta in 1988 and a practising lawyer in British Columbia in 1989. Rory has worked as both a civil and criminal lawyer for much of his 28-year career. Over the past 15 years, Rory has tailored his practice to focus mainly on personal injury work, including ICBC cases and medical malpractice cases.
Rory believes in the importance of treating both defence lawyers and insurance adjusters with honesty and respect. Rory understands that because of his courtroom success he is almost always able to negotiate fair settlements for his clients. In those circumstances when his clients’ interests cannot be protected and a fair result achieved for them through respectful negotiations, Rory relies on his extensive skills as a courtroom lawyer to ensure his clients obtain the results they are entitled to.
The hallmark of Rory’s practice is keeping in close contact with his clients to ensure they develop a good understanding of the process and how they can contribute to a successful resolution of their claim.
In 2011, Rory created HealthCareVictoria.com, a community resource for natural health care practitioners and patients. Rory understands that a key concern of his clients is to recover their health, but they often lack the guidance and resources to allow this to happen. Through his experience in working with natural health care practitioners, Rory guides his clients through the recovery process and ensures that they are not paying out-of-pocket for the treatment they need to recover their health.
Rory sits on the Board of Governors of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia and contributes regularly to the education and skill development of junior lawyers in the province.