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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS

Personal Injury includes physical injury or mental anguish caused by the neglect, negligence or actions of another party or entity.

Personal Injury can also mean damages or injury to character or reputation..... defamation of character.

Most Personal Injury cases will be vigorously defended by insurance companies. No more go away payments.

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Act now, because there are many time limitations on filing cases, some as short as a few weeks. Some municipalities have a ten day limit.

If you incur an injury or damages caused by the actions or neglect of another, that individual or company is legally responsible and can be required to compensate you.

The courts will decide how much of the negligence or carelessness is attributable to each of the parties involved. The most negligent party is then held responsible for all or part of the damages you suffered.

The court will award an amount of compensation based on the strength of your supporting evidence and documentation, (medical reports, financial losses, costs etc), your losses and the degree of your injury.

Most personal injury cases will be defended by insurance companies. They will work very hard to prove your case is not valid or worth very much.

Valid claims are routinely rejected because insurance companies think that you will not have the  resources or ability to fight for your benefits due to your injury.

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You may be entitled to: Rehabilitation Benefits

Weekly Cash Payments

Travel Expenses

Full Compensation

and much more

Personal Injury Compensation Rules

vary considerably across Canada.

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If you were injured read about your rights here and consult CanLaw personal injury attorneys as soon as possible. You may have as little as 10 days to file a claim.

Disability Insurance Claims:

Most personal injury cases will be defended by insurance companies. They will work very hard to prove your case is not valid or worth very much.

Valid claims are routinely rejected because insurance companies think that you will not have the strength to fight for your benefits due to your injury.

You need a lawyer because insurance companies generally have a policy that they will not make "go away" payments to anyone.

You absolutely need a lawyer to manage your case. CanLaw's Lawyer Referral Services will find a lawyer for you.

TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS

 Slip and Fall Accidents

In a Slip and Fall, both you and the property owner will be held responsible to varying degrees. You are expected to watch where you are going and realize that you can slip or fall or such in the daily course of your life. Property owners have to keep their property safe.

You are responsible for your own safety. If you don't take this responsibility seriously and you get hurt, you could be found "contributorily negligent", which means that a court could reduce the monetary award they'd otherwise give you, or give you nothing if they decide you're totally at fault. You could be partly or totally at fault if you were "under the influence," wearing worn shoes, or walking too fast on obviously slippery ground, or not paying attention while walking.

Not paying attention while walking is going to be the cause of a lot of lost claims by people texting while walking.                                               ... read more

Medical Malpractice

Doctors, nurses, and other health care practitioners can and do make mistakes. If you are injured as a result, you may be entitled to compensation.        . . . read more

Motor Vehicle Accidents:

If you are involved, do not admit fault or responsibility. See a doctor and a personal injury lawyer even if you only have minor injuries. Some trivial looking injuries may have lasting consequences and leave you with long term pain and high medical costs. Even if you are partly responsible for the accident, you still may be able to collect compensation for your injuries. . . . read more

Wrongful death:

Wrongful death claims seek compensation for the losses resulting from a family member's wrongful death. and are brought by or on behalf of an immediate relative, spouse, parent, child of the deceased.  Wrongful death claims usually arise from vehicle accidents, criminal actions, work related employer actions or property owner actions   . . .  .                                       . . read more

Product Liability:

Strict product liability basically means that all the parties involved in the manufacture, and distribution and sale of a product can be held responsible for damages caused by the use of that product.

If you have been injured by a defective product, you must absolutely prove that the injury was caused by the product and the product was defective. This could include faulty labeling or usage instructions.    . . . read more

Long term disability  claims

CPP disability claims

Personal injury  claims

Wrongful dismissal claims

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