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Lawsuits involving concussions

Is a concussion ground for a lawsuit?

From a legal aspect, you might be able to make a personal injury claim if you suffer a concussion and another person’s negligence caused the harm. If the damage was minor and there are no visible or persistent symptoms. If, however, the injury causes permanent or temporary mental or physical impairments, this is more significant damage for which you could be eligible for an award of compensation. Without impairments resulting from the incident and additional injuries, pursuing an action could be more trouble than the event is worth.

Your concussion’s severity, as well as any resulting limitations or impairments, suppose the injury is so severe as to impact your daily life. In that case, you could get entitled to compensation for expenses related to medical bills, lost wages, discomfort and impairment, and any other costs incurred due to the injury. How much compensation you are entitled to depend on medical treatment expenses and if these limitations affect your capacity to do your job. You must consult a concussion case-experienced lawyer to ascertain the validity of your claim and the potential settlement you may be due.

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    How do you sue someone for a concussion?

    In the course of your accident claim, you’ll be able to claim the compensation you deserve for your suffering and pain. The proof of suffering and pain comes from your testimony as well as from the testimony of your doctor. The doctor’s report must prove that you suffer from a concussion (possibly post-concussion syndrome). The incident caused the trauma, and the symptoms you’ve described are due to your head traumas and other variables, in addition to the trauma itself.

    A typical concussion lawsuit results from negligence or the inability to provide the environment’s safety, like a staircase free of ice in the winter months. Someone is hitting your car while driving at an excessive speed or while using a cell phone.

    Suppose your concussion resulted from an individual’s (a company or an individual’s) carelessness and negligence. In that case, you could have a claim for an action.

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    An Ottawa personal injury lawyer from the McNally Gervan team can provide valuable support and guidance to help you get the benefits you deserve.

    How do you prove a concussion in a lawsuit?

    A concussion may develop when the head is injured or unexpectedly affected, as in an accident.

    Get medical help if you or someone close to you sustains head injuries or is involved in an accident involving abrupt acceleration. The speed of treatment is crucial when it comes to a traumatic brain injury, and a concussion should not get ignored, regardless of how minor the damage may appear.

    Seek compensation for the impact of trauma yourself or someone you love. To prove that you suffered a concussion when you filed an injury claim. Getting a medical professional to determine the cause will aid in establishing the trauma resulting from an accident. It is essential to keep records of your every visit to a medical professional, including photos and notes showing the injuries, symptoms, and experiences after the incident that led to the concussion.

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    If you have a question or need assistance, our team of personal injury lawyers is here to help. We know every personal injury case is unique and we work hard to make sure our clients are fairly compensated.

    If you are unable to travel to our downtown Ottawa office, one of our lawyers or paralegals can come to meet you at your home or some other convenient location. During the free consultation, we will get to know you and to understand the nature of your injuries, as well as the impact the accident is having on you and your family. Contact us for a free consultation with a lawyer with complete knowledge about car accident claims. We know it’s personal.


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