In terms of a lawsuit for negligence, which is separate from an insurance claim for accident benefits, there are various categories of damages that you may be able to sue for. These include loss of income, care costs, pain and ...Learn More
In Ontario, you have two years to sue someone after a car accident based on the Limitations Act. You must file a claim for statutory accident benefits within 30 days of the accident. It is crucial for you to get in ...Learn More
Personal injury law firms in Toronto typically work under a contingency fee arrangement, better known as “no win, no fee”. Instead of an hourly fee for legal services, we charge a percentage of the settlement or court award. Hence the ...Learn More
A personal injury claim in Ontario can be settled in as little as 1.5 years; complex and highly contested cases will take longer to settle (or may be decided by the courts). Personal injury lawyers in Toronto cannot say with ...Learn More
In short, the answer is yes. A pedestrian, cyclist, motorcyclist, car driver, or any other person involved in the car accident can sue you personally by alleging that you were driving negligently or recklessly, causing injury.Learn More
According to the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), a traumatic brain injury is ‘damage to the brain caused by a traumatic event such as a blow to the head, a fall, a motor vehicle or sports related injury.’ Generally speaking, ...Learn More
A traumatic brain injury can be caused by any kind of external traumatic event, such as a motor vehicle accident, a slip and fall accident, a boating accident, etc. Non-traumatic brain injuries, by contrast, are caused by illnesses like meningitis, ...Learn More
Traumatic brain injuries can manifest through a broad and diverse variety of physical, sensory, cognitive, behavioural, and mental symptoms. According to the Mayo Clinic, these may include severe, persistent, or worsening headaches; persistent nausea and vomiting; convulsions or seizures; dilation ...Learn More
According to the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), an acquired brain injury (ABI) is ‘damage to the brain that occurs after birth from a traumatic or non-traumatic event. ABI is not related to a congenital disorder or degenerative disease, such ...Learn More
Yes. Any impact to the head can, in theory, result in a traumatic brain injury, including blunt force impact to the forehead. If you have suffered a blow to the head and are experiencing traumatic brain injury symptoms, visit a ...Learn More
At Neinstein we have been advocating for injured victims for over 50 years. Our committed and compassionate team will do everything necessary to help you and your family find solutions to the new challenges that arise from serious injuries.
Our team will ensure you access the proper healthcare support to aid in your recovery. While you focus on your rehabilitation, we will thoroughly investigate your case and guide you through the litigation process so we can achieve the maximum compensation that you deserve.