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  • We Are Open and Available to Help

    We are available for new consultations during the COVID-19 crisis. Please contact us regarding your Personal Injury or Disability Claim. While our physical offices are closed, our staff is fully functional and working remotely. To contact us, please call us at 905.286.0050 / toll-free 877.286.0050, … Read more »

  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! A very Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones from the team at Roger R Foisy! We hope you have a wonderful holiday season filled with joy and relaxation, and we wish you health and happiness in 2020.     Our Holiday Hours December 24th: Closed at noon De … Read more »

  • Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Knee Injuries

    Knee injuries can occur with little impact and are often the result of a slip and fall or a minor motor vehicle accident. In this article, we will take a look at four knee injuries and historical examples of the personal injury settlement values victims have received: ACL Tear Dislocation of the Kne … Read more »

  • Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Leg and Ankle Injuries

    Lower extremity (leg, knee and ankle) injuries tend to occur over a wide range of unfortunate accidents.  As a general rule, less impact is required for knee and ankle injuries which can result from a slip and fall or a less impactful motor vehicle accident.  In contrast, the femur (thigh) – which i … Read more »

  • Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Hip and Pelvis Injuries

    Hip and pelvis injuries were once a common result of motor vehicle accidents. But with advanced safety features including lower console and lower door side airbags, these injuries have been greatly reduced. However they remain a prominent outcome of slip/trip and fall accidents, particularly for the … Read more »