Traumatic Brain Injuries
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you have the right to seek compensation. The amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive is dependent upon the nature and severity of your injuries, the amount of time you were unable to work, as well as the overall impact the accident has had on your life.
We will assess any claim you may have for injuries sustained and damages suffered as a result of the accident. Your future should not be compromised because of the carelessness of another.
Traumatic brain injuries can change someone’s life forever, with an equally overwhelming effect on their family.
Traumatic brain injuries can fundamentally alter one’s behavior, leading to economic difficulties and social disruption. Traumatic brain injuries are loosely divided into two main categories; Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries (MTBIs) and moderate to severe Traumatic Brain Injuries. MTBIs, more commonly referred to as concussions, may produce symptoms that include (but are not limited to):
- Difficulty sleeping or sleeping more than usual;
- Mood swings and agitation;
- Difficulties with speech or word-finding;
- Loss of balance or coordination;
- Memory loss;
- Loss of concentration;
- Vomiting or nausea; and
- Loss of consciousness from a few seconds to a few minutes.
- Persistent or worsening headaches;
- Inability to awaken from sleep;
- Agitation, unusual or combative behavior;
- Slurred speech;
- Loss of coordination;
- Convulsions or seizures;
- Dilation of one or both pupils of the eyes;
- Clear fluids draining from the nose and ears;
- Repeated nausea or vomiting; and
- Loss of consciousness from several minutes to hours.
Kantor LLP is experienced in helping clients coping with the long-term ramifications of motor vehicle accidents. If you or your loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident and would like further information on your rights, please contact us.
You Need an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer to Protect Your Rights
Kantor LLP will guide you through each step of the insurance claims process to ensure you are receiving the care and attention you deserve. While we address the legal issues and deal with the insurance companies, you can focus on recovery.
Only by assessing the nature and extent of your injuries are we able to determine whether you need a lawyer. Sometimes the full impact of the accident is not felt for months. It may be best to take a “wait and see” approach, where we monitor your injuries and recovery over a period of time. If your matter falls outside the Minor Injury Regulation it is prudent to seek legal advice to (a) protect your rights; and (b) maximize your recovery of compensation / damages.
Every situation is unique to the individual. If your concerns warranted a visit to our website, we encourage you to contact our office for a free consultation.
It Takes Experts to Deal with Experts
Ensuring you receive an amount of compensation commensurate with your injuries can be complex and require substantial medical evidence and expert opinion. At Kantor LLP, we utilize the experience of consulting specialist whose fields of expertise come from a variety of disciplines, including, but not limited to, orthopedic surgeons, accident reconstruction experts, psychologists, and physiotherapists.
Our Fee is Contingent upon you Receiving Compensation for your Injuries and Damages
We are happy to take the time, free of charge, to initially assess your matter and give you options as to your potential next steps.
We work on a contingency fee basis. Our fee is a percentage of the monies we recover on your behalf either by way of a negotiated settlement or a judgment awarded by the Court following a trial.