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Paying for a Personal Support Worker and Attendant Care After an Injury

Surviving a serious accident with severe or catastrophic injuries can profoundly impact the way people live their lives. Depending on the severity of their injuries, accident survivors may require the assistance of a personal support worker in the form of attendant care to provide them with what they need. However, the cost of attendant care can be expensive, placing a financial burden on the shoulders of the accident victim or his or her family. To learn more about paying for attendant care after sustaining injuries in an accident, click here.

Protecting Your Children from Daycare Injuries

For parents with young children, finding affordable daycare can be a hassle. Parents in this province pay some of the highest childcare costs in the country and should expect local daycare facilities to keep their children safe from harm. What should parents do when they discover their child’s daycare facility is not as safe as it should be? Click here to read more.

How Can Social Media Posts Affect the Outcome of Personal Injury Litigation?

For people who actively use social media and post regular updates on their lives, the communities they build online can provide comfort and connection. This is especially true for injured accident survivors experiencing the acute isolation of physical recovery. However, posting too many personal details on social media may, in fact, jeopardize the outcome of ongoing personal injury litigation. Click here to read more.

Ontario Dog Attacks: Who is Responsible?

Being attacked by a dog can leave lifelong scars, both physically and psychologically. Victims of dog attacks can suffer severe physical damage, enduring emotional trauma, and mental anguish. Dog attacks can be fatal. A chance encounter with an aggressive animal can lead families to lose loved ones in a senseless, violent incident. However, in the aftermath of a dog attack, victims and their families may be unsure of where to turn for accountability and compensation. To learn more, click here.

Mindfulness Tips for Injury Recovery

Recovering from an injury can be a long and difficult process. In addition to overcoming physical obstacles, the adjustment to life with an injury can be challenging psychologically as well. In these situations, practicing mindfulness techniques like meditation may be beneficial for injured accident survivors. While mindfulness will not cure their physical or psychological ailments, it may help injured people stay positive and grounded throughout the long recovery period. To learn more, click here.

Keeping Track of Medical Records and Expenses

If you have been injured in an accident, you may find yourself taking on a great deal of unexpected expenses and quite a bit of paperwork. It is important to keep thorough, accurate records of medical treatments you have undergone, costs associated with your recovery, and the amount of time you have been unable to work because of your injuries. Doing so can be crucial for calculating your total damages and for fully illustrating just how significantly your injuries have impacted your quality of life. To learn more about staying organized after an injury, click here.

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