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Mississauga Neck Injury Lawyer

Accidents that result in neck injuries are unfortunate events. Whether the injury has been sustained in a car accident or a slip and fall, neck injuries could cause victims to suffer through a long recovery period.

Enduring the severe pain of a neck injury and receiving proper, extensive medical care all while engaging in everyday life can be a challenge. If you live or work in Mississauga and another party’s negligence caused your injuries, a neck injury lawyer can help pursue compensation on your behalf.

Sustaining a neck injury could result in a personal injury case. Consulting with a personal injury law firm might help clarify both your legal rights and your decision to pursue legal action.

Contact Preszler Injury Lawyers to discuss the circumstances of your injury in a free initial case review.

Circumstances Leading to Neck Injuries in Mississauga

The process of seeking restitution begins when the injured victim, or plaintiff, files a claim against the at-fault party, or defendant.

There are many circumstances in which pursuing legal action following an incident resulting in neck injuries may be appropriate. Some types of neck injury claims in Mississauga include:

  • Accidents involving ATVs, cars, motorcycles, and trucks
  • Dog attacks and bites
  • Serious harassment cases
  • Slips and falls in public areas, like department stores, parking lots, restaurants, and apartment building vestibules
  • Violent assaults
  • And more

Types of Neck Injuries

In Ontario, car accidents are among the common causes of severe neck injuries, including whiplash. Even low-impact car accidents can result in whiplash. Even in the mildest cases of whiplash, victims can experience severe pain for weeks.

People who sustain neck injuries as the result of an automobile collision should go to the hospital or their primary physician immediately following the accident. In the rush of adrenaline that occurs in the aftermath of a car accident, neck pains and symptoms of whiplash may be delayed. It is critical to receive a medical diagnosis as soon as possible to avoid long-term complications.

Neck injuries have the potential to cause victims a significant amount of pain and suffering, lost wages, and, in some cases, temporary disability. Neck injuries can result in:

  • Bruising and contusions
  • Herniated or slipped disks
  • Paralysis
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Severed spinal cord
  • Soft tissue damage
  • Spinal stenosis
  • And more

Proving a Mississauga Neck Injury Case

In a civil case involving neck injuries, the injured party must be able to prove that they are eligible for compensation. To do so, evidence must be presented proving that the negligence of the party at fault directly caused the victim to suffer neck injuries.

In order to prove negligence, you must show that:

  • The at-fault party owed the victim a reasonable duty of care
  • There was a breach in that required duty of care
  • The defendant should have foreseen that the breach would cause injuries
  • As a result of that breach, the defendant’s negligence caused the victim’s injuries.

Recoverable Damages in Neck Injury Case

Neck injuries can have negative long-term negative effects on victims and their families. In addition to the potential for medical complications, victims unable to return to work may experience significant losses in income as a result of their neck injury.

If eligible, an accident victim could work with a Mississauga neck injury lawyer to seek damages for costs incurred as a result of their injury. Neck injury victims could receive damages for the following:

  • Family financial losses related to care, companionship, and guidance suffered due to the victim’s injuries
  • Home maintenance and housekeeping services
  • Loss of income or future loss of earning capacity
  • Medical treatment
  • Pain and suffering
  • Property loss
  • And more if you qualify

Contact Preszler Injury Lawyers Today

When a neck injury occurs in an accident, determining fault may not be the most straightforward process. A neck injury lawyer serving Mississauga can help victims in their pursuit of accountability and financial restitution by thoroughly examining evidence and investigating the accident. To strengthen neck injury claims, a lawyer may utilize the following pieces of evidence:

  • Eyewitness statements
  • Medical treatment records
  • Photos of the accident scene and video surveillance
  • Police reports
  • Proof of lost income and wages

If the negligence of another party caused you to suffer from neck injuries, contact Preszler Injury Lawyers for a free initial review of your case.


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