About Christopher R. Bacon
Chris has practised law since 1986. For two years, he prepared and defended cases for ICBC before spending six years at a Bay Street law firm in Toronto where he represented some of Canada’s largest insurance companies. He joined Feller Drysdale in 1993 and became a partner in 1994. On September 1, 2003, he started a new law firm and partnership with Joseph McStravick, known as Drysdale Bacon McStravick LLP.
Chris represents clients in claims involving motor vehicle injuries, accidents, and injuries from defective products. He also has experience with major construction litigation, banking and commercial cases, and professional negligence claims.
Recent Case: The Supreme Court of BC recently awarded our client more than $1.5 million in a personal injury case against ICBC. Read more here.
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What Our Clients Say about Christopher R. Bacon
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- Kim et al vs Murdoch (2023)
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has awarded the parents of a teenager who was about to graduate high school $327,635 in compensation after he was hit and killed by a vehicle at a crosswalk in Nanaimo, B.C. Read more here.
- Reely v. Zhu (2020)
The plaintiff had a low back injury. Mr. Justice Gomery awarded her damages of $522,000.
- Sabbagh v. Li (2015)
The plaintiff suffered a soft tissue injury to his lower back. Chief Justice Hinkson awarded him damages of $706,000.
- Ishii v. Wong (2015)
The plaintiff suffered fractures to his leg and wrist. Madam Justice Gerow awarded him damages of $642,941.
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