Not every accident will leave their victims with permanent catastrophic injuries. Some injuries can get better sooner than others and the more serious injuries could take years. While you are recovering from your injuries, it’s not uncommon to see and feel improvement as well as regression. Continuing to follow doctor’s orders will help you stay in improvement mode. Improvements can be seen and felt as you go through rehabilitation. Regression is possible when injuries are not what they are being treated as due to partial diagnosis or the injury still needs more time. (more…)
Month: September 2017
What Happens After An Accident With An Uninsured Driver?
You were just involved in a motor vehicle accident and the one that hit you did not have any insurance coverage. What do you? What will happen now? Will you get any medical care assistance? What about the income you will lose because you can’t work? Do you qualify for any benefits to help out? (more…)
How To Sue For Wrongful Death In Ontario?
There is a common misconception about this type of lawsuits in Ontario. When someone you love and care about, a spouse or a relative, perhaps, passes due to the negligence of a third party, you might think that this is a case worth millions. However, the newest laws in Ontario do not quite function this way. If you are currently reading this, then please accept our most sincere condolences. There is absolutely nothing worse than having to go through the loss of a loved one and that’s truly devastating. Wrongful death cases are truly frustrating and the thing is that Ontario’s legislation doesn’t compensate grief. So, let’s see at what you’re looking at optimistically, in case you’ve lost the love of your life. (more…)