Steve Allardice is a personal injury lawyer at Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota.

Steve Allardice


Steve Allardice was fortunate to have grown up in the Comox Valley and to have enjoyed everything it has to offer. After graduating from Georges P. Vanier, Steve worked as a coastal log scaler before joining the Ministry of Forests as a forest firefighter. Steve  received his Bachelor of Science and law degree from the University of Victoria. While at UVIC, he completed a semester at the UVIC Law Center where he developed an interest in civil litigation.

Upon completion of law school at the University of Victoria, Steve spent a number of years working at an established personal injury law firm in Victoria BC. Shortly after joining Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota LLP in 2014, Steve was pleased to have the opportunity to relocate to the firm’s Courtenay office and to be closer to his family.

Steve practices primarily in the area of civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury. He has appeared in both the Provincial Court and Supreme Court of British Columbia to assist injured persons receive appropriate treatment and fair compensation for their losses.

Outside of the office, Steve enjoys participating in a variety of outdoor activities that include snowboarding, surfing, mountain biking, swimming, and camping.

Representative Work

Automobile ICBC Claims Involving Brain Injuries, Catastrophic Claims, Orthopaedic and Whiplash Injuries

Negligence Claims Involving Personal Injury

Chronic Pain Claims

Infant Claims

Psychological Injuries

Memberships and Professional Affiliations:

Member, Law Society of British Columbia

Member, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia

Member, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, Plaintiff Personal Injury Litigation Subgroup

Member, Canadian Bar Association


J. D., University of Victoria

Bachelor of Science (Biology), University of Victoria

Year of Call & Jurisdictions:

2012 – British Columbia


Steve enjoys snowboarding, surfing, spending time outdoors and learning languages.

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