TIMOTHY J. HUNTSMAN, LAWYER
ICBC CLAIMS, ESTATE LAW & CONSTRUCTION LAW

 
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Serving Nanaimo and Vancouver Island

Timothy J. Huntsman Law Corporation, aims to deliver high quality, efficient, and cost effective legal services to its clients within the Practice Areas.

A primary objective of Mr. Huntsman's is to never lose sight of the client's long term objectives and to be certain that all clients understand the risks and costs associated with the actions that they instruct him to take on their behalf.

As a client you would receive the detailed advice necessary for you to make an informed decision. Mr. Huntsman believes that effective lawyers always enable their clients to make informed decisions.

Mr. Huntman's main areas of practice consist of Construction Law and Property Disputes, Estates and Wills Variation Act, Trusts and Personal Injury and ICBC Claims. A focus on these practice areas enables Mr. Huntsman to stay in tune with recent and upcoming developments in the relevant law while enhancing efficiencies in his practice.

Mr. Huntsman represents many builders and developers in Nanaimo and his unique background as an engineer, when a Construction Law or Property Dispute arises, enables him to determine the likely resolution to these disputes quickly. Mr. Huntsman recognizes the importance of providing legal services that are reflective of the demographics of his community and as such providing client services in the areas of Estates and the Wills Variation Act, as well as Trusts, will continue to be an especially important area of practice for Mr. Huntsman, as well as being reflective of the needs of the community as a whole. If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident you should immediately see a lawyer who has a focus on that area of the law. Mr. Huntsman and his staff will take immediate steps to protect you and your claim.

Please review the information accessible in this website by scrolling over the Practice Areas, the Client Testimonials and the Frequently Asked Questions.