Catastrophic Injuries – The Right Lawyer for the Job
At JS Law, we represent people in and around the greater Toronto area who have suffered catastrophic injuries, such as closed head injuries, concussions, spinal trauma, paralysis and amputations. Our experience can help you get your life back on track.
In many cases, the trauma of a serious injury is compounded by the refusal of an insurance company to offer fair, or in some cases, any compensation. We act on your behalf to help you obtain the compensation you deserve, by negotiating with the insurance company, filing suit, and in rare cases, even going to trial on your behalf. At JS Law, we are willing to go the distance to get you the benefits you deserve.
Where Professionals Meet the Law
If you’ve suffered a serious injury, you need a firm that has established relationships with a variety of medical professionals. In many cases, it is necessary for us to retain one or more doctors or health practitioners to prove that your injuries have had a significant impact upon your life, and to prove that you are entitled to compensation.
Depending upon the severity of your injuries, a host of other medical professionals may be necessary. These professionals may include orthopedic surgeons, vocational therapists and physiotherapists, among others. Economic loss experts such as actuaries, accountants, economists and life-care planners may also be necessary to determine the amount of the economic loss caused by your injuries and to prove to the insurance company the amount of money necessary to allow you to live with dignity.
With the right team of professionals on your side, you are much more likely to obtain the compensation you deserve after a catastrophic injury. If you have been severely injured in any type of accident, you need a law firm that will work with your doctors to create a brighter and more hopeful future. We believe a catastrophic injury doesn’t have to define you for the rest of your life, but that mindset starts by getting a piece of your life back, through full compensation.