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Brain injuries: Tactics insurance companies employ

The insurance adjusters are nice in the beginning when they visit you to get forms or releases signed and to record a statement regarding the accident that you have recently been involved in. These insurance adjusters will try their best to take you in their confidence and to prove to you that they are working in your best interest. However, they are just appointed to minimize your claim so that the insurance company has to pay you the least amount of money possible for your injury claim.

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Do you have a medical malpractice case?

What is a medical malpractice case?

It is a legal case in which the patient can fight in the court if he/she has been injured due to the mishandling from a medical professional. In these types of cases, you have to prove that a medical professional has made the mistake during the course of your treatment and that this mistake has caused you to be injured. Medical malpractice cases are complex and litigation is a long and slow process. Read more

Avoid These Costly Mistakes in Your Car Accident Lawsuit

You can harm your car accident lawsuit claim in numerous ways. Retaining a law firm in Toronto is not enough to ensure that you will win your claim.

The following are some of the most common mistakes that you need to avoid in order to win your lawsuit:

Honesty is always the best policy

Insurance companies commonly hire private investigators to conduct surveillance of people advancing car accident lawsuits. This will include background checks and taking video and photographs of the person engaged in their activities of daily living. Surveillance evidence rarely does the damage to a case that the insurance company wants but can hurt a claim if you are not truthful.

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Some Facts To Remember When Dealing When Traumatic Brain Injuries

The first thing that you need to know about the litigation process of traumatic brain injuries is that unless you prove it with a CT or MRI scan or a medically documented loss of consciousness, the insurance companies may presume that you are faking the injury.

Following are some facts that you need to keep in mind while dealing with the insurance companies for your Traumatic Brain Injury claim:

Medical manipulations

Insurance companies try to manipulate the case by asking for the past medical records of the patient. In a brain injury claim, insurance companies have the right to obtain past medical reports, particularly psychiatric or psychological records. Most of the insurance companies then try to manipulate these psychiatric records to prove that the patient had psychological issues dating back the accident and hence the claim money is not justified.

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Advice for victims of assault

Seek Medical Attention

The most important thing to do if you have been injured as a result of an assault is to seek medical attention as soon as possible; whether this is at an emergency department, walk-in medical clinic or your family doctor. This is not only to treat your most immediate symptoms but also to document the extent of your injuries and confirm that the incident occurred. This is of special significance if the police later become involved and in any subsequent personal injury lawsuit.

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