About Ches Crosbie – Newfoundland And Labrador Medical Malpractice And Class Action Lawyer
People who know Ches know that he’s a family man with a wife and three grown daughters – one working as a medical resident, one starting a business, and his third attending art school. Ches also enjoys giving back to the community. He recently helped to establish the Sealer’s Memorial and Interpretation Centre in Elliston. Now, he is working with the Placentia Historical Society and Town of Placentia to commemorate of the 75th anniversary of the historic 1941 meeting of Churchill and Roosevelt in Placentia Bay, where they agreed on the foundations for global peace. When Ches isn’t helping clients, spending time with family, or working on contributions to the community, he likes to discuss politics, hunt for moose, and fly fish.
But Ches also has a “lawyer origin story”…
Ches is a graduate of political science at Queen’s University. He studied law at Oxford University in England as a Rhodes Scholar, and upon completion of his program he returned to Canada to go to law school at Dalhousie University, where he met his wife. He was called to the Newfoundland bar in 1983.
He started his legal career by practicing in many different areas, from real estate to business law and everything in between. However, his very first personal injury client changed the course of his career.
Ches’ first personal injury client was a young girl who suffered a serious head injury. His job was to get her a settlement that would ensure her financial security and quality of life forever. Getting a significant settlement for this young girl was so gratifying that he decided to practice personal injury law exclusively from that point on. He has been helping personal injury victims for over 25 years. Ches focuses on helping victims of medical malpractice and he is a leading medical malpractice and class action lawyer in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Ches is the author of consumer books, including:
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Professional honours and activities:
Ches is voted – by other lawyers – as a leader in the field of personal injury law. He is listed with a handful of other lawyers in the peer-reviewed Canadian Legal LEXPERT Directory and included in publications Benchmark and Best Lawyers in Canada.
He has been described as a pioneer for injury law and has attained impressive case results including a long list of “firsts” for Atlantic Canada.
He was appointed Queens Counsel (Q.C.) in 2004 and Master of the Supreme Court in 2009. He has been a governor of the American Association for Justice, and a founder and former President of the Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association.
Ches is published in academic journals and frequently invited to lecture by trial lawyer associations and other legal organizations across North America. He has appeared for clients in all levels of court, up to the Supreme Court of Canada.
More about medical malpractice and class action lawyer Ches Crosbie…
One of the things Ches finds most satisfying about practicing personal injury law is being able to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. He also hopes that his work helps to influence the laws of Newfoundland and Labrador for the better.