Brampton Back and Spine Injury Lawyer
The back and spine are two critical parts of our bodies. When we injure one or both, your entire life may turn upside down. If you have sustained a back or spine injury, whether through a motor vehicle collision, sports injury, or otherwise—you may be entitled to financial compensation.
A back and spine injuries lawyer serving Brampton may be able to help you understand your rights and options for compensation. Call our team at Preszler Injury Lawyers today at 1-800-JUSTICE to speak about your case.
We May Be Able to Help You Pursue Long-Term Disability Benefits or a Personal Injury Claim
Back and spine injuries can occur due to many circumstances. Often, another person’s negligence may have caused your back or spine injury. Whether you want to seek long-term disability payments or file a personal injury claim, we want to help you pursue financial relief. Call Preszler Injury Lawyers today at 1-800-JUSTICE for your free initial consultation.
Long-Term Disability Benefits for a Chronic Condition
According to a study published in Pain Research and Management on the prevalence of chronic pain, nearly 19% of Canadians older than 18 experience some form of chronic back pain. If you cannot maintain steady employment due to a chronic condition or circumstances where no other party is directly at fault, you may be able to obtain long-term disability benefits.
A back and spine injuries lawyer may be able to assist you with the complicated steps necessary to obtain long-term disability payments.
Your disability may be brought on by many different causes. Some of them include:
- Nervous system damage or disorders
- Cardiovascular system disorders
- Chronic pain
- Back injuries
If any of these, or any other cause, has left you disabled and in need of financial relief, the team at Preszler Injury Lawyers may be able to assist you in pursuing long-term disability assistance.
What a Disability Lawyer Serving Brampton May Be Able to Do for You
If you need to obtain long-term disability through your insurer or other avenues, a back and spine injuries lawyer serving Brampton may be able to assist you in several ways. A team member from Preszler Injury Lawyers can:
- Meet you in your place of recovery for a consultation
- Speak with your medical providers to obtain records of your injury
- File any necessary paperwork with insurers and other agencies in charge of disbursing disability payments
- Take responsibility paperwork and pursuit of insurance claims so that you can focus on recovering with comfort
- Ensure that your rights are protected while we pursue financial compensation for your disability
When it comes to your disability, you are not alone. We want you to get the help that you deserve. Preszler Injury Lawyers wants to hear from you. Call us now at 1-800-JUSTICE to learn about your options in seeking compensation for your long-term disability.
We May Be Able to Fight Attempts to Withhold Your Benefits
If a back or spine injury is preventing you from working, it is important that you present a strong claim to pursue long- or short-term disability payments. Our team is familiar with working with insurers to recover any disability benefits you are eligible to receive. Your insurer may:
- Deny your claim
- Employ stall tactics hoping you will abandon your claim
- Dispatch lawyers to fight your claim
Having a lawyer on your side may help you understand the language of any contract. We may be able to fight to counter any attempts to deny or delay any long-term disability payments you need. Call our team at Preszler Injury Lawyers today at 1-800-JUSTICE to speak about your case.
Pursuing Compensation for Back and Spine Injuries Caused by Negligence
If your disability stems from another person’s negligence, such as a car accident, slip, and fall accident, or another incident, we may be able to help you file a personal injury claim for your injuries, losses, and other expenses, if you qualify. If you are eligible, we may be able to work to establish the negligent party’s fault by establishing:
Duty of Care
Canadians have a duty of care to not place others in undue harm. The duty of care depends on the situation. For example, property owners have a duty of care under the Occupiers’ Liability Act not to put others at an unreasonable level of risk when visiting their property.
Breach of Duty
Our team may be able to show that the defendant breached their duty of care by exposing you to unreasonable risk. Examples include a driver behaving recklessly or a property owner failing to take adequate care of their public areas.
Causation and Damages
We may be able to connect the liable party’s breach of duty with your accident and show that this led directly to your back and spine injuries.
Pursuing a legal case can be difficult and time-consuming. You do not need to go through this ordeal alone. Call us today at 1-800-JUSTICE for your free initial consultation.
Potentially Recoverable Damages
If your injuries were the fault of a negligent party, you might be able to recover compensation for:
- Lost wages
- Medical bills
- Diminished earning capacity
- The cost of any surgeries or ongoing rehabilitation
- Any property damage incurred in your accident
- Pain and suffering
These are not the only damages to which you may be entitled. Your back and spine injuries lawyer serving Brampton may help you understand the losses you may pursue and protect your right to seek a full recovery.
Call Preszler Injury Lawyers Today
If you have a back or spinal injury, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Call Preszler Injury Lawyers immediately at 1-800-JUSTICE. Allow our team to handle your case and pursue monetary damages you while you focus on recovery.