Car Accident Injuries

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Car Accidents

As one of the most common causes of injuries and deaths in North America, car crashes (motor vehicle accidents) can seriously alter the lives of victims. Car accidents are all too common and can cause serious personal injuries, physical disablement, mental trauma, and other types of injuries and losses.

De Rose Lawyers are here to help. We have a team of experienced car accident lawyers who specifically deal with serious and catastrophic accidents. For over 40 years, we have helped accident victims deal with their car insurance companies, statutory accident benefits, and personal injury claims. Our goal is to reach a fair settlement for the compensation you deserve.

Do I Have A Car Accident Claim?

A serious car accident can happen to anyone, leading to catastrophic injuries, debilitating injuries, brain injury, severe orthopedic injuries, chronic pain, and death. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a car accident, there are a myriad of questions that you’ll want to know the answers to:

  • Do I have a claim against an ‘at fault’ driver?
  • Am I eligible for Statutory Accident Benefits?
  • How do I deal with the insurance companies?
  • How do I access and pay for the medical and rehabilitation care I am going to need?

Thankfully, De Rose Lawyers are here to help. Contact us today for a no obligation, free consultation.

 

Injured In A Car Accident? You Are Entitled To Accident Benefits.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, you’re entitled by law to receive statutory accident benefits, regardless of fault. In Ontario, anyone involved in a motor vehicle accident, is entitled to receive statutory benefits. These benefits will help you pay for medical expenses over and above OHIP, rehabilitation expenses, and income replacement benefits.

If you are a catastrophic claimant, these benefits are enhanced and will also include housekeeping, home maintenance, and attendant care.

Why Should I Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

The path to compensation can be long and complex. For example, a lawsuit must be brought in Ontario within two years of the date of the accident. The statutory accident benefit insurer is to be notified within 7 days of the date of the accident. Limitation dates are exceptionally complicated. If not met, you can be precluded from either contract or Tort compensation.

In addition, the legal process is exceptionally complicated. It’s important that your lawyer has the experience and the financial resources to make sure that you and your family’s legal rights and remedies are protected.

Our personal injury team at De Rose Lawyers will help you navigate the legal process in order to make sure your rights and remedies are protected.

Why Choose De Rose Personal Injury Lawyers?

With over 40 years of experience, De Rose Lawyers will guide you through the complex legal, medical, and insurance issues, allowing you to focus on your rehabilitation and recovery.

Our personal injury team at De Rose Lawyers will help you navigate the legal process to make sure you are fairly compensated.

Get The Compensation, Care and Support You Deserve

Although a financial settlement cannot fully compensate for the pain and loss you have suffered, we believe that fighting for the compensation you deserve to help you focus on your recovery and rehabilitation.

Looking For A Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you or a loved one is struggling with the aftermath of an auto collision, contact De Rose Lawyers to schedule a free consultation with a member of our experienced personal injury team. Our experienced team fights for the compensation and care you deserve.

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