When you are in pain, your life and body damaged by an incident, it is hard enough to deal with the physical and emotional repercussions. Justin Haines is there to ease the legal pressures of dealing with an insurance company.
“Dealing with these issues would be stressful at the best of times. Add them on top of symptoms, doctor visits, required treatment, work restrictions, and it becomes overwhelming,” he said. “Hiring me allows my clients to concentrate on dealing with their injuries and resulting life restrictions while we ensure that their claims are effectively advanced.”
The cases that Justin deals with in his practice are as unique as each person involved. One of Justin’s key strengths is adjusting for the individual and ensuring the law recognizes his clients’ particular circumstances.
“The areas of law I practice involve people from all walks of life,” he said. “They are not sure what their obligations are, what compensation and benefits they are properly entitled to, and how to respond to the other parties involved like insurance companies. That’s what I’m here for.”
Assistant: Caitlin McCreadie
Justin’s professional pursuits also reach into his volunteerism. Since 2013 he has been a board member of the Prince George Bar Association, including the president position.
He also values his family time and the many local recreation opportunities of the area. He enjoys hunting and fishing, hockey in the winter on the rec team sponsored by HSJ, a developing interest in bird-watching, and golf which he coaches for the local Special Olympics athletes.
His wife Nicole (born and raised in Prince George, as he was) and their three kids are busy with sports and activities year round, often with their black lab Josie Wales along for the fun.
“Basically, I love the central interior of British Columbia. In my view there is no better place to live and raise a family.”