Howard Yegendorf & Associates

Paraplegia And Quadriplegia Toronto

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Paraplegia And Quadriplegia in Toronto

If you have sustained injuries leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia in Toronto or the Greater Toronto Area, you may have questions concerning securing compensation. With pressing issues such as pain management, loss of sensation, restricted mobility and preparing your home for accessibility, you may feel overwhelmed with questions and a desire for peace of mind that your needs will be met. This is why you need an experienced personal injury firm to provide you with a clear understanding of your legal options and the available routes for financial compensation.

The lawyers at Howard Yegendorf & Associates have a combined 50 years of experience successfully representing clients who have sustained spinal cord injuries leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia. Their team knows how to answer all the immediate questions that arise regarding the pursuit of financial compensation for these types of injuries and can guide you through the legal options available.

The firm offers a free initial consultation regarding your injury, and can answer any questions you have regarding the availability of insurance, coverage for extraordinary medical and rehabilitation costs, and compensation for pain and suffering.If you have suffered an injury leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia from an automobile accident, motorcycle or other vehicular accident, a slip and fall, or as a pedestrian, contact the team at Howard Yegendorf & Associates today to discuss pursuing legal action on your road to recovery.

Their team can be reached by phone at 613-237-5000 or at 1-866-303-5118.

Remember, the initial consultation is always free and their personal injury lawyers will help you to prepare for any possible legal action in Toronto with the goal of maximizing compensation for your injuries. You may also visit them in person in Ottawa, Toronto and throughout Eastern Ontario.