Britni Troy | Watson Goepel Vancouver Lawyers

Britni Troy Associate

Profile

“This process is personal. When clients come to me they are in pain and struggling. My aim is to help them understand that they have someone in their corner, fighting for their interests.”

Britni is an Associate in the Personal Injury Group at Watson Goepel LLP. She practices exclusively in the area of personal injury law, advocating for injured people and helping them obtain fair compensation. Britni has experience with all manners of dispute resolution including settlement negotiations, mediations and trials.  She has appeared as both plaintiff’s counsel and defense counsel, offering a unique perspective in the handling of personal injury claims. Britni has appeared at the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia, on a variety of matters.

Britni commutes daily from Squamish, where she enjoys biking, hiking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing, and is very active in the Sea to Sky community.

Education 

LLB, Queens University, 2009
B.A., McGill University, 2006

Bar 

British Columbia, 2010

Publications and Presentations

  • Presenter, Personal Injury for Junior Lawyers and Paralegals, Continuing Legal Education British Columbia (CLEBC), 2017

Professional and Community Affiliations

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Trial Lawyers Association of B.C.
  • Board Member, Sea to Sky Community Services Society

Recent news from Britni Troy

Neck pain from an injury in Vancouver

27 September 2019

Which came first, the accident or the injury: A case study

Are your injuries related to your recent car accident? Typically you will feel the onset of your injuries shortly after an accident occurs. You will likely seek medical attention and begin treatment for these injuries, but what if symptoms you initially ignored become much more of an issue months after the accident? The question then…

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Car hitting person on sidewalk resulting in a personal injury claim

11 January 2019

Pedestrians, Take Care!

During the dark winter months it is important that drivers be extra vigilant when it comes to watching out for pedestrians and cyclists.  Poor visibility and wet roads can make it harder to see what’s in your path, and any amount of excessive speed makes drivers less able to stop suddenly if they have to.…

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A car driving through danger snowy conditions which could result in damages

4 January 2019

B.C. Winter Road Conditions – Beware!

With winter upon us and many British Columbians hitting the road for the holidays or to hit the slopes, it is important to keep winter driving conditions in mind to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones. Despite Metro Vancouver’s typically mild weather, the winter months can still be unpredictable, and weather conditions…

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