Ottawa Accident March Road and highway 417 results in child injury and serious personal injuries

Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer David Hollingsworth, Ontario Injury Lawyers…Sadly, two adults and a child were in an Ottawa accident on Christmas night and were taken to an Ottawa hospital after a the accident in the west end of Ottawa.

Ottawa Accident details: A pickup truck and van hit each other at approximately 4:30 p.m. on March Road, close to  Highway 417. It was just one of 24 Ottawa accidents  in Ottawa’s west end  between 12 a.m. and 6 p.m.  That is a lot of accidents for Christmas day.  Perhaps more people were travelling this year?  The child in the accident was rushed  to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). One of the adults suffered serious personal injury and  was rushed to an Ottawa hospital with serious injuries. The other adult in the accident  thankfully had minor injuries.

———————- The  Ottawa Injury Blog is written regularly by Ottawa Ontario personal injury lawyer David Hollingsworth. Since 1999, David has been an Ottawa Ontario personal injury lawyer representing Ontario accident victims who have suffered a personal  injury and the families of accident victims who have lost a loved one in an Ontario accident. This blog reports on accidents in eastern Ontario, personal injury issues, local Ottawa news and events and various news that relates to Ottawa, accidents and personal injury.  Visit www.ottawainjury.ca for more information. If you have a question, feel free to call or email david@ottawainjury.ca  (613) 978-9549 

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Head Injuries, Ottawa Lawyers

Ottawa Ontario Brain Injury Lawyer David Hollingsworth, Ottawa Head Injury Lawyers, TBI, Traumatic Brain Injuries on the high number of serious accidents resulting in Ottawa brain injury or head injury each month here in Ottawa.  A brain injury is not always preventable, but in some instances, it can be made preventable.  By raising your awareness and understanding of brain injuries, you can learn to avoid these injuries for you and your loved ones.

The facts of Spinal Cord Injuries can often seem bleak. In general, damage to the brain and spinal cord can rarely be repaired. Certainly, life after a brain or spinal cord injury is never exactly the same. You will require much change to your lifestyle, including rehabilitation and care, sometimes ongoing for the rest of your life. Injuriesarea leading killer of Canadian children and youth, with half of all such deaths from injury as a result of brain injuries. Please ensure that your children are safe, since 30% of all traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are experienced by children and youth, many of whom while engaged in sports and other seemingly “innocent” recreational activities that can lead to tragedy.

In terms of the sheer cost, brain injuries can be very expensive. A severe brain injury, it has been estimated, can cost over $400,000 (as to costs to the Canadian Medical System) at the time of the accident and brain injury. There can be ongoing costs, as well, each year secondary to the brain injury accident because of indirect expenses and rehabilitative care treatments. And similar to Spinal Cord Injuries, Brain Injuries are more common in males than in females – approximately four times more frequent, to be precise.

With all this said, there is some “good news” in terms of what you can do for you and your loved ones ..there are steps you can take to protect your children, your parents, and your husband or wife from suffering a brain injury. Some steps are as simple as wearing your helmet! Bicycle helmets are as high as 88 % in preventative capability – it is essential for you to wear your helmet consistently and correctly to reduce your chance of TBI. Snow enthusiasts such as skiers and snowboarders using helmets reduce their risk for TBI by 60%. In short, researchers believe that 90% of all injuries are predictable and preventable. This means that by following this preventative steps, you can reduce your risk of injury and inspire others to do the same.

Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer Profile David Hollingsworth for brain injuries

Since 1999, David Hollingsworth has been an Ottawa, Ontario personal injury lawyer working with accident victims who have suffered a serious brain injury or head injury.  David understands the needs of a brain injury and this “invisible personal injury and can help you with your personal injury claim and other Ontario accident related issues. Call for a free consultation 613 978-9549 or 613-237-4922 ext 203 … or visit www.ottawainjury.ca