Maximum compensation for pain and suffering in Ontario…
Compensation for Chronic Pain Injury
As Ottawa personal injury lawyers, we were very pleased to have been able to help another Ottawa accident victim get the help and compensation she needed following a serious accident.
“BH” was 64 years old at the time of her accident. She was rear ended by another car and didn’t see it coming. The result was drastic.
Injuries Resulting From Accident:
Compensation For Chronic Pain Injuries and Psychological Injuries:
BH’s tort claim alone settled out of court for $285 000. The Ontario Accident Benefits side of her file is ongoing and she continues to receive all the accident benefits she needs each month . We are so pleased to be able to help her throughout these very difficult days in her life.
Our Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You:
Our lawyers were very successful in securing maximum compensation for pain and suffering, despite these injuries being difficult to prove. We have many systems in place and work with some of Ottawa’s top medical professionals for pain and suffering. We are able to help our clients seek medical treatments and appointments with specialists that they really need to recover. We understand that accidents can be life altering and can sometimes bring on a lifetime of pain and suffering. Our personal injury lawyers will work with you , your family and your medical team to make sure you are not only getting maximum compensation for pain and suffering, but the support you need to start rebuilding your life.
We are Ottawa personal injury lawyers who devote ourselves to helping Ontario accident victims. Unfortunately insurance companies won’t always be the ones to tell you your rights and what you are entitled to and that’s where we can come in. We are some of Ottawa’s top Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyers . We know exactly what you are entitled to and we will get it for you. The last thing one needs after an accident is to be worried about dealing with an insurance company that may be looking out for their own interests.
For more information that relates to chronic pain compensation or compensation for psychological injuries visit our website. Our Personal Injury Lawyer Ottawa team are experienced and can offer you free advice.
*Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.
David Hollingsworth discusses what constitutes a personal injury in Ontario.
What is a personal injury ? What compensation for injuries is here in Ontario? Does a personal injury automatically result in compensation? A personal injury may be so severe that it is obvious, while others are not. Some personal injuries are harder to see, yet may be equally as painful and life-changing. The following are some of the more common personal injuries, but do not include all…
spinal cord injury
accident amputations -loss of limbs
orthopedic injuries (broken bones)
lacerations, burns and scarring
pain and suffering
other injuries resulting from an accident
Navigating the insurance process can be confusing. Although these are some of the more common injuries we see, it’s important to note that not all injuries are the same severity and compensation amounts vary. For example, one person may suffer from chronic pain and still be able to work and resume some of the life activities they once enjoyed before their accident. Another person may suffer a chronic pain injury and not be able to return to work and their life is forever changed.
The amount of compensation in Ontario to which an Ontario accident victim is entitled to varies. There are a number of factors that go into determining compensation in Ontario such as severity of injury (physical, mental and psychological), future care and medical needs, loss of past and future income, need for ongoing house-keeping assistance, attendant care and caregiving to which you are entitled to. Experienced Ontario personal injury lawyers work directly with medical doctors, social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, other treating health practitioners to support you and ensure you are getting everything that is needed.