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When you have been the victim of a minor car accident or another motor vehicle accident, it may be that your injuries are not “minor” according to the law. Your own insurance company will gladly consider any of your injuries minor and pay you a flat fee of $3,500 for your medical care expenses. However, you need the law firm, which has an experience with minor injury cases and can get you the maximum amount of benefits and compensation you need and deserve. What falls under Minor Injury:
If your injury is unfairly considered to be minor by your insurance companies, you also not qualify for any attendant care benefits ($36,000 in total). This causes a lot of problems for many car accident victims in Ontario, who require these benefits. In such cases, we will work with you and team of leading medical professionals to prove that your injuries are indeed not minor. This will allow you to have up to $50,000 in medical rehabilitation benefits and $36,000 attendant care benefits.
Whether you suffer a minor injury or a major injury that seems like a minor injury, we will work hard to obtain the highest compensation for you.
Our team of expert lawyers is experienced and accustomed to taking on complex minor injury cases. If you have a minor injury and want legal advice, talk to one of our personal injury lawyers for free today at 416-590-1777. Our lawyers have:
If you have suffered an injury in a car accident, contact us right away to find out how you can get you the largest compensation. You will not have to pay us until we get you the largest settlement or win your case in court. The personal injury lawyers and staff at Ambridge Law are:
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