Chronic Pain Cases
When most people think about injuries resulting from car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and accidents involving dangerous products, their thoughts turn to catastrophic injuries such as brain injuries, fractures and spinal injuries. However, injuries with less obvious outward signs are just as capable of wreaking havoc.
Many people in the Toronto area suffer soft tissue injuries or suffer from chronic pain after an accident. If chronic pain is preventing you from working and leaving you uncertain about your rights, the experienced personal injury lawyers at Kronis, Rotsztain, Margles, Cappel LLP can help explain and protect your interests.
Chronic Pain and Personal Injury
Unlike fractures, amputations and other catastrophic injuries which are often obvious, it can be difficult to demonstrate the effects of chronic pain. In personal injury claims, chronic pain is measured by the ability of a person to function. If you are unable to go to work or otherwise function normally as a result of your chronic pain, you will be eligible for compensation.
Chronic pain is often the primary symptom of another ailment, such as fibromyalgia or a soft tissue injury such as whiplash. Our skilled lawyers work closely with experts who help us determine the extent of our clients’ injuries so we can make a compelling case against the insurance companies.
Contact Our Proficient Ontario Soft Tissue Injury Lawyers
Contact us to speak to a lawyer about your chronic pain. Your initial consultation will be free, and you will owe no fees until your case reaches a settlement or verdict. You can reach our two convenient offices by calling 416-218-5630.