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- Catastrophic Designation in Ontario: Transtibial or Higher Amputation of a Leg: What Does This Mean?
AMPUTATION INJURIES AND LOSS OF LIMBS ARE AMONG THE MOST PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONALLY DISTURBING WOUNDS Most people who have a missing limb were not born that way. Many amputees areforced into this unfortunate change to their body by a traumatic or chronic medical event. Amputation poses challenges on … Read more »
- Top 3 Causes of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries in Ontario
The top three causes of traumatic spinal cord injuries in Canada are slip and falls, motor vehicle accidents and pedestrians hit by cars. All three causes are more prevelant in men than women. gunshot wounds, motorcycle crashes, and diving caused more SCIs in males than females. Traumatic spinal co … Read more »
- 7 Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries
Anytime a pedestrian is struck by a motor vehicle, serious injuries are a significant risk. Pedestrians do not have safety equipment or protection against the mass and velocity of a motor vehicle, which renders them extremely vulnerable. Even if the vehicle is travelling at a low speed, the impact c … Read more »
- What is my Case Worth?
This is the most common question we are asked, and unfortunately it’s a question that is not easily answered. Our answer depends on how long your case has been ongoing. It you have recently been injured, it’s just too soon to tell. The answer would be that we do not know. What we can say, confidentl … Read more »
- Common types of bike crashes in Ontario
What are some common types of bike crashes in Ontario? Cycling has become a popular alternative mode of transportation, particularly in bigger urban areas, like Hamilton. Bike crashes however, do still account for a significant number of serious roadway injuries. The Ontario Ministry of Transportati … Read more »