FREDERICTON, NB: Melanson Law, a family-owned and operated personal injury law firm with locations in Fredericton, Saint John, and Moncton, is hiring a new legal associate to join its growing team. The firm is known for its proficiency in injury claims and is increasing its personnel in order to continue effectively meeting the needs of its expanding client base.
Melanson Law has been helping clients in New Brunswick with motor vehicle accident and personal injury claims for more than three decades. Specializing in negligence claims, fatal injuries, disability claims, slip-and-falls, head injuries, and more, the firm is committed to assisting clients in understanding their rights and navigating the complexities of the legal system. Having represented clients at the trial and appellate levels of the Court in New Brunswick, and the Supreme Court of Canada, Melanson Law’s legal team has an outstanding track record and is in high demand for its professional services.
This year, lawyers Brent and Jessica Melanson (father and daughter) are actively looking to welcome a new personal injury associate to their firm. They have taken great pride in establishing a reputation for excellence and look forward to working with a new associate to continue serving their clients with trademark compassion, knowledge, and dedication.
“Having another personal injury lawyer on our team will mean that we can continue to give our clients the personalized attention they deserve, while still being available for new clients on an at-need basis,” said Brent Melanson. “We’re looking for the right candidate to work alongside us in serving our community with skill, integrity, and passion.” He adds that he and Jessica anticipate more growth in the coming months and expect to continue to expand their legal team as needed.
To learn more about future opportunities with Melanson Law or for more information about the legal services it provides, visit https://melansonlaw.ca.
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