Cross Border Injuries

Accident Advocates for Those Injured Away from Home

100 + lawyers operating in 50 US States and 10 Canadian Provinces

Any Accident. Anywhere.

Accident Advocates for Those Injured Away from Home

100 + lawyers operating in 50 US States and 10 Canadian Provinces

Any Accident. Anywhere.

Multi Lingual


No Win - No Fee


Trial Ready

When Local Representation Falls Short

If your accident happened out of province it could be a BIG problem. It doesn’t matter if it was in the U.S or the next province over, most lawyers can’t help.

Your claim has two sides and in a cross-border case, your hometown lawyer can only help with one. Every Province and State has unique laws and regulations. If your lawyer does not have dual accreditation, full compensation is out of the question.

At Cross Border Injuries you get two lawyers. One where the accident occurred, the other in your home region. Having a lawyer in both the accident and resident region, each can focus on the distinct laws of their land. This unique approach allows for the most complete resolution to both sides of your claim.

The Two-Pronged, Approach

Most injury claims are split into two.
We Pursue Both.

Accident Benefits

Here, your lawyer works with the insurance companies claims department. The goal is to ensure that you receive the medical and financial benefits you need.

Under this Claim, Most Receive

Tort or Civil Suit

In a Tort Claim your lawyer engages with the people responsible for the accident. This being the at-fault party and their insurance company.

This Claim Addresses

Tort claims commonly deliver more money than Accident Benefits.

Cracking the Code:
How we Pursue Both Claims

Finding a single firm that can tackle both in province and out-province claims can be almost impossible.

Cross Border Injuries has a network of injury attorneys across all 50 American states and 10 Canadian provinces.

If you get injured anywhere in Canada or the United States, we can work on both parts of the compensation equation to ensure maximum recovery under the law.

Two Lawyers, One Focused Goal

With a team of over 100 lawyers, we can help with any accident you have suffered – guaranteed.


 Your in-province and out-of-province lawyers are always accessible through phone and email. If you want to communicate with us, we’re a few clicks away.


All partnered law firms work on a no win – no fee arrangement. That means there is no upfront cost to you. If a firm doesn’t suit you, you can transfer whenever you like.


Using top of the line legal software, your entire file is always accessible to both lawyers. With everyone always on the same page, you get the most effective legal service

Why Choose Us

Big Firm Experience:

We learned from some of the best attorneys in the country, and are putting that training.


We know simply are an individual, not just a client with a issue to unravel.


We offer a straight-to-the-point and legitimate assessment of each case with potential clients.


Believe is the establishment of each effective attorney-client relationship.

No Win, No Fee

Our team is experienced in winning fair compensation for our clients and supporting them, on a no win, no fee basis.

Frequently Asked Questions

Seek medical attention first. Contact local law enforcement, exchange information with the other party, and document the scene. Notify your insurance company as soon as possible.

Generally, yes. Most auto insurance policies provide accident coverage for Canadians visiting the United States. However, you may still encounter differences in coverage and regulations. Your lawyer will be able to determine the extent of your coverage.

Your lawyer can represent you without requiring you to travel. Modern communication tools make it possible for you and your out-of province attorney to manage your case efficiently and effectively without having to leave your home

In many jurisdictions, you are still eligible for compensation even if you were partially at fault. The legal principle of comparative negligence may apply, and your compensation could be reduced based on your level of responsibility.

Yes, both Canadian and U.S. jurisdictions have statutes of limitations. For local cases, Canadians can have one to six years to file a claim with the courts. In America this range is even greater with the limitation being one to ten years depending on the state.

Compensation may include both pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages. These include medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The specific damages depend on the circumstances of the accident and the applicable laws. It is the duty of an attorney to secure all benefits available to you.

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