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Who We Are

We are licensed paralegals who believe that equal access to justice should be accessible to every driver in Canada. We provide an affordable, clear, competent and knowledgeable voice in our court system.

What We Do

We ensure you are getting the best outcome possible. Our paralegals are able to assess all your possible outcomes, and through our experience, advise the best avenue to take in your particular case. We always act in your best interest, not ours.

Our Specialists

Our specialists’ team is a blend of the experience of former police officers and the knowledge of paralegal graduates. We have 47 paralegals in our firm, with over 100 years of experience, which allows us access to countless resources in order to successfully represent you.

Our Services

POINTTS™ offers free consultations

Before doing anything, you should speak with our Licensed Paralegals to arrange a free consultation so they may examine the ticket. It doesn’t cost anything to speak to us but it could cost you a lot if you don’t.

POINTTS™ has an office near you!

POINTTS™ has 22 locations across Canada and is currently expanding. We are able to offer our clients a convenient location that is close to home where they can meet a paralegal in person.

POINTTS™ offers representation for all Highway Traffic Matters

Our POINTTS™ paralegals only work with The Highway Traffic Act and that is why we call ourselves the Traffic Ticket Specialists.

Latest News

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Posted on June 18, 2015

Have you been affected by the rise in traffic tickets in the Hamilton area? If so you are not alone. The Hamilton Spectator examines...

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Brian Lawrie - Radio interview on various topics

Posted on April 24, 2015

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Posted on April 23, 2015

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Posted on August 27, 2014

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