Collins Peterson LLP Injury Lawyers – Working together, for you.
Collins Peterson LLP Injury Lawyers is a partnership between personal injury lawyers Simon Collins and Nick Peterson. Before forming Collins Peterson LLP, Simon and Nick worked together for years at a respected personal injury law firm gaining hands-on practical and trial experience.
Our mission as an injury law firm is to maximize your full recovery: emotionally, physically and financially.
Personal Injury Lawyers
We understand you’ve worked hard to get where you are and when you’ve been injured due to the fault of another, you are entitled to recover all that you’ve lost. We understand there is no substitute for hard work. At Collins Peterson our focus is on protecting you and your loved ones and ensuring you recover fully what is yours.
If you’ve been injured, call Collins Peterson LLP Personal Injury Lawyers for a free consultation.
At Collins Peterson LLP we are your partners in recovery.
Simon believes that experience, hard work and preparation is the recipe for achieving successful and fair results for his clients. He grew up pursuing competitive alpine ski racing eventually deciding to pursue a career in law. He paid for his undergraduate and legal education by coaching ski racing in the winters, working retail and eventually in law during the school year, and tree planting during the summers.
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What Simon enjoys the most about his work is getting to know his clients and leveling the playing field between large insurance companies and the individuals who need his help.
Simon lives in Surrey with his wife and three children. When he is not helping his clients, he enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, and cooking.
Nick is known as a passionate advocate for his clients. He understands each case is different and each client has a unique background and story. Nick has experience representing and guiding clients to successful resolution inside and outside of court who have suffered brain injuries, soft-tissue injuries, spinal cord injuries, traumatic headache disorders, chronic pain syndromes and psychological trauma.
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Nick graduated from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law where he obtained his J.D. (with Distinction). Prior to attending law school, Nick obtained a B.A. in Criminology while at the same time working throughout the lower mainland for a tree company engaged in the removal of hazardous trees. Since a young age Nick has understood the value of hard work – in his former life Nick has been employed in the carpentry trade, the restaurant industry, and spent time sorting lumber on the “green chain” at a lumber mill.
During law school, Nick earned various awards, including the George H. Steer Scholarship, the Alberta Law Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship, the W. Bernie Kelly Q.C. Memorial Prize, the Maritime Law Book Prize in Professional Responsibility, the Norman J. Pollock Q.C. Prize in Advocacy, and the A.I. Shumiatcher Memorial Prize in Advocacy.
After law school Nick served as a Judicial Law Clerk with the B.C. Supreme Court where he clerked to six sitting Justices of the Court. Following the completion of his clerkship, Nick worked as a lawyer at a national law firm in Vancouver and then for years at a plaintiff’s personal injury law firm in Vancouver. It was through experiencing a variety of different areas of the law that Nick came to realize his passion for helping injured people. Nick works only for those individuals injured due to the fault of others.
Community volunteerism is important to Nick. During law school Nick formed the Faculty of Law Youth Mentorship Program, a group which worked closely with the local branch of Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Nick currently serves on the Board of Governors for Trial Lawyers Association of B.C., having previously served on TLABC’s Executive. Nick also serves as a contributor for the Law Society of B.C. to the PLTC bar admission course’s civil practice materials.
Nick lives in North Vancouver with his wife and young daughter and son. When not assisting his clients, Nick tries to remain active, is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Judy Voss - Associate Counsel
Judy Voss has been a British Columbia lawyer since 1989 after graduating from UBC, Faculty of Law. She has always worked in small firms, which has allowed her the freedom to be hands-on with client files and to offer personal, one-on-one service. Tenacious and practical, Judy is a former nurse whose legal advocacy is informed by a broad base of medical knowledge.
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Judy and the rest of our team at Collins Peterson LLP are committed to making clients feel at ease, not only with us, but with the legal process as a whole. We are by our client’s side through litigation and negotiations and as they move forward in recovery after an injury.