Steele Law. Trial Lawyers.

Steele Law is a criminal and civil litigation law firm located in Victoria, British Columbia. We find effective solutions to our clients’ problems whether they have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall, or from using defective products. We also aggressively defend individuals who may be under investigation by the police, facing any form of criminal prosecution including driving offenses, or require an arrest or conviction record sealed. At Steele Law we have a very high success rate in helping individuals legally enter the United States who have been denied entry due to a serious arrest record or criminal conviction history.

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Jerry Steele Lawyer

Personal Injury

At Steele Law we represent individuals who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and from using defective products. We only represent injured individuals and never act for insurance companies. In most cases we collect a percentage of what we recover for you. You do not pay anything up front.

Your recovery is our first priority. If we take on your case, we will work tirelessly to make sure that you receive the level of care you need and the compensation you deserve. Don’t deny yourself the right to the maximum compensation you are allowed under the law. Don’t talk to ICBC – or any other Insurance company – without speaking to a lawyer first! (more…)

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Criminal Defense

We represent individuals who believe they may be under investigation or who have been charged with any form of criminal offense (including driving offenses and immediate roadside prohibitions). We also process applications for admission into the United States for anyone who has been denied entry because of a past arrest, conviction, or mental health issue.

If you have been detained, arrested, or believe that you are under investigation for any reason, you should seek legal counsel right away. (more…)

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Waivers, Crossing the Border

If you have been arrested or detained by police or you have been convicted of a criminal offense (even if you have been charged and found not guilty) then you may have been denied entry into the United States. In recent years crossing the border with an arrest record or criminal history has become perilous. Furthermore non-US Citizens are routinely refused entry if they have used illegal drugs or have suffered from past mental or physical health issues.

Fortunately, it is possible for most people to overcome their history and regain admissibility into the United States – provided it is handled properly.  (more…)

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