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A Day In The Life – Living With Chronic Pain

A Day In The Life – Living With Chronic Pain

Living with a chronic condition can make day-to-day life very difficult, if not unbearable. From one person to the next, each experience is unique, varied mostly by the severity of their condition and their access to help. For those who live alone, it changes things and makes the process of living with a disability even more difficult. Algar, a client of ours, was kind enough to grant us a peek into what a day in his life looks like. 48 years old and living alone in a single room in a house in Toronto, Algar deals with chronic pain. This is what a typical day in his life...
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What To Do After a Car Accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a frightening experience, and most people are unsure of what they should do immediately after. Here is a general list to keep in mind in the unfortunate event that you are involved in a car accident: Stay calm and check that you and your passengers are not hurt. Call 911 if there are any signs of injury or significant damage to your vehicle. If anyone is unable to get out of the car, turn on your hazard lights. Never try to move an injured person. Wait for the paramedics to arrive instead. While it is always nice to ask...
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When To Seek Legal Representation After A Motor Vehicle Accident

When To Seek Legal Representation After A Motor Vehicle Accident

Motor Vehicle Accident & Seeking Legal Representation Did you suffer injuries in a motor vehicle accident where the other driver was at-fault? You may be wondering if and when you need a lawyer. If your injuries are not getting better within 10-12 months after the accident, we can assess whether your injuries are serious enough to sue for economic losses, healthcare expenses and pain and suffering. To be able to sue for pain and suffering, the injury must result in death, permanent serious disfigurement, or permanent serious impairment of an important physical, mental...