Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers

Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury can change your life forever.  Many spinal cord injuries occur as a result of automobile and recreational vehicle accidents, while others may occur while taking part in various other activities. Depending upon the severity of the injury to the victim, damage to the spinal cord may cause complete or partial paralysis to the legs and or arms.  There may also be changes to physical independence and bodily senses.

Based on the extent of the damage, the spinal cord injury may be deemed catastrophic. Catastrophic impairments have a specific definition under the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). Both paraplegia and quadriplegia are injuries defined as catastrophic impairments under the current SABS. Regardless of the situation, a spinal cord injury has a dramatic impact on the lives of both you and your family members.

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It is vital that you work with an experienced legal team when navigating the system. Spinal cord injury lawyers at Singer Kwinter works for the victim, achieving the compensation that is rightfully deserved after a life altering injury. A victim of a spinal cord injury will require a comprehensive team of legal and healthcare professionals to make certain the necessary financial security and clinical support are in place over a person’s lifetime.  Home modifications, home-based care, medical treatments, emotional support systems and various other living costs are factors that must be taken into consideration after a spinal cord injury.

If you or someone you know has suffered a catastrophic injury to the spinal cord, contact Singer Kwinter and schedule your FREE INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION. You pay no fees until your case is won or settled. With over 40 years practicing in personal injury law, we have the expertise to get you the compensation you deserve.

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