Protecting Victims Of Brain Injuries And Concussions
At Klaiman Edmonds LLP, our lawyers have helped victims of brain injuries and concussions for more than 30 years. Brain injuries can have a profound impact on a person’s life, even if the injury is considered minor.
Why Brain Injuries Are So Harmful
Concussions and brain injuries are dangerous because your brain has moved or hit the inside of your skull. This movement can happen when you hit your head and even when your head does not hit anything, but your brain hits the inside of your skull.
Concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can happen in all types of accidents, including:
- Car accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Sports accidents or when a fight or illegal hit has occurred
These injuries are anything but minor. The cognitive impact of a brain injury can make it difficult to complete daily activities and return to work. How will you pay your bills? Who will pay for your medical care? We will help you address these concerns with compassion and a dedication to finding the best outcome.
Building A Strong Case On Your Behalf
We recognize the severe impact that these injuries can have on you and your family and what you may go through on a daily basis. This understanding will help us prepare a strong case to help you get the benefits you deserve after such a serious injury.
Dealing with the legal issues and insurance coverage details is not something you want to worry about. Right now, you just want to cope with your injuries and new way of life. That is why we will handle everything related to your legal claim so you can focus on your family. We will keep you updated throughout your case and communicate with you frequently so you know what is being done to protect your future.
The Legal Representation You Need After A Brain Injury
Our office is in downtown Toronto, and we represent clients throughout Ontario who have suffered brain injuries after an accident or fight. To discuss your case with our lawyers, call 416-907-4726 or contact us online.
Our lawyers speak English and French.