R. TRAVIS BISSETT

R. TRAVIS BISSETT

Travis has deep roots in southern Alberta and has been with Stringam since 2006 and became a partner in January of 2015. Before joining Stringam, Travis obtained his LL.B. from the University of Ottawa.

At any one time, Travis has between 50-70 personal injury files on the go. Over the past 15+ years, resolutions by settlement with Travis alone, or with the additional assistance of the Court, have ranged from hundreds to millions of dollars, depending on the nature of the claim. While his primary focus remains Personal Injury law, Travis maintains a general practice including Civil Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, and Real Estate.

Travis is current member of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association and a past member of both the British Columbia and Ontario Trial Lawyers Associations. He regularly volunteers in the community and is a regular instructor at the Lethbridge College on evidentiary issues for nurses and police officers. He enjoys hiking and fishing, skiing and traveling with his family.

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What my clients say...

Travis is amazing at his job, at the last minute things weren’t looking so great, but his skills as a lawyer and negotiator he managed to get a rather large settlement for me, I’m extremely confident in his ability and will be using his services again!

What my clients say...

He was absolutely amazing. Answered all my questions and was able to do it in a very timely manner. Would recommend him to anyone.

What my clients say...

Travis has such vast and discerning understanding of law and is well read, yet he can explain legal terms, requirements and possible outcomes in a way anyone could understand. Explains what is necessary, not what the client hopes to hear.

Personal Injury

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Family & Divorce

Lethbridge & Area Divorce Lawyer R. Travis Bissett Discusses Matrimonial Property Division

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