The difference between a hug and a handshake
Our clients’ best interests are always our top priority. However, when someone is seriously injured in an accident, they are not the only victim. The stress and side-effects of injuries substantially effect spouses, children, friends, coworkers, support providers and more. These issues can sometimes get so complicated that they result in separation, divorce, child custody issues, employment loss and more. We look after the injured victim, as well as their entire family.
We help you prepare for the initial recovery process as well as the long-term financial, physical, social and psychological consequences that can emerge following an accident. We help to educate you about what to expect, and we ensure that you have the best access to community professionals, resources and support networks to help you navigate the road to recovery.
It is important to understand that family members, such as spouses, children, parents, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren may also be able to sue for their financial losses relating to support, funeral expenses, medical expenses, travel, care and loss of companionship suffered as a result of an accident.
We help get you the financial support you and your family need now and for years to come.