Law firm welcomes new member

Acheson Whitley Sweeney Foley welcomes Steven Allardice to its Courtenay law office.

Lawyer Steven Allardice returns home to practice law with Acheson Whitley Sweeney Foley at its Courtenay office.

Acheson Whitley Sweeney Foley welcomes Steven Allardice to its Courtenay law office. Allardice will assist with the growing number of personal injury cases the firm is handling in the Comox Valley, Campbell River, and north and west Island communities.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to return to, and work within the community that I have always called home,” Allardice said. “I look forward to assisting injured persons with their accident claims.” He has spent numerous winters on Mount Washington and looks forward to spending as much time on the mountain as possible. Allardice also enjoys surfing and spending time outdoors.

A seasoned personal injury lawyer, Allardice joined the firm in 2014. He is a skilled mediator and trial lawyer.

“Steve has proven himself as a lawyer who fits well within our law firm,” senior partner Deborah Acheson said. “His dedication to detail and understanding of the complexities of personal injury law will make him a great addition to our team of lawyers in our Courtenay office.”

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