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What You Should Do If You Suspect You Have A Concussion

Personal Injury Law
Though concussions are fairly common, to assume that every concussion is a mild injury is incorrect. A concussion can be very serious. If you suspect you may have a concussion, it is important to have an assessment performed by a medical professional as soon as possible. Severe head trauma from…

What You Didn’t Know About Motorcycle Injury Lawsuits in Ontario

Personal Injury Law
There are hundreds of motorcycle collisions and motorcycle accident injuries in Ontario every year. In some cases, the persons involved never fully recover, resulting in long-term medical expenses and rehabilitation costs, loss of income, and chronic pain. You may have a right to compensation through the court system if this…

Is Long-Term Disability Benefits Taxable?

Personal Injury Law
What Does a Brain Injury Lawyer Do
As Canadians prepare to file their taxes this spring, those paying long-term disability premiums may rightfully wonder if they are taxable or not. The answer relies upon several variables. A disability lawyer in Toronto can provide definitive guidance on what, if anything, is owed according to your unique circumstances. This…

How To Appeal Long-Term Disability Denial in Toronto

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Short-Term Disability Insurance тАУ What It Is and How It Can Protect You
When you have been denied long-term disability in Toronto, you may feel angry, confused, or hopeless. The first thing to know is that this is a common occurrence. A lot of disability claims, unfortunately, are denied at first glance. So don’t be discouraged by an initial denial. The next step…

Financial Impact of Acquired Brain Injury in Toronto

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Financial Impact of Acquired Brain Injury in Toronto
In Ontario alone, some 18,000 people sustain a brain injury. Although most survive and recover, brain injuries are incredibly serious, and the costs that come with them can be sizeable financially and emotionally. According to a study from the Brain Injury Association of Waterloo-Wellington, taking into consideration healthcare costs, insurance,…

Nighttime Collisions

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There is an alarmingly high rate of nighttime collisions in Ontario and this can be attributed to numerous factors pertaining, not only, to the pedestrians and motorists involved, but also to the conditions of the road. Although there are 75% less vehicles and pedestrians on the road at nighttime, dusk,…

Concussions and Whiplash Disorder

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Traumatic brain injuries are not just a concern for athletes who play high-impact sports. In fact, these types of injuries are high-risk for passengers, bikers, and pedestrians who have been involved in an accident. Due to their commonality in all of these instances, special attention has been directed to this…