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In personal injury claims, injured plaintiffs may be asked to sign medical release forms, granting consent to the attending physician to share their records with the defendant’s lawyers. Before doing so, however, plaintiffs have the right to review the consent forms with their legal representation. Click here to learn more.
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.
Accident survivors who have been seriously injured as the result of another party’s negligence may be entitled to financial compensation for their injuries. However, the amount of damages they may be able to recover can vary substantially based on the severity of injuries they have sustained. To learn more, click here.
After surviving a serious accident, people who have sustained life-altering injuries may face a world of difficulties. Acquiring a physical disability can often lead to secondary disabilities, including mental health issues that may seem impossible to overcome. Mental illnesses like depression or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can prevent injured people from performing basic routine activities, including the duties of their jobs. To learn how an Ontario lawyer may be able to help if you are suffering from injury-related mental health concerns, click here.