How To Obtain Fair Compensation In Cases of Paraplegia And Quadriplegia Injury

Injuries to the spinal cord can be crushing. They can impact all aspects of life and bring such extreme and sudden change, and all as the result of a singular accident. While there still is no cure for damage done to the spinal cord, there are still measures that can be taken in order to minimize damage and ensure maximum possible mobility down the line. Read More

Complex Nature of Fatigue In Connection With Traumatic Brain Injury

When it comes to deaths and disabilities related to injuries, traumatic brain injury, or TBI, still holds the number one spot, and in a lot of these cases, fatigue has been reported to be a major side effect. Everybody has dealt with fatigue during the day at some point or another, but chronic fatigue cannot be cured by a good night’s rest, and will continue to plague and heavily impact the victim’s life regardless of how much rest they get each night. Read More

Ongoing Challenge That Victims of Brain Injury Confront Upon Joining Workforce

Every brain injury leave the individual with different set of issues and symptoms. These are challenging not just for the victim but the family also. For some return to the workplace may never be an option, while others might recover enough to join office again. According to the Ontario Human Rights Code, it is imperative to help the person returning to the workplace be given the same opportunities as other employees. Read More