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Personal Injury Claims

you need an Advocate not just any lawyer

Personal Injury Claims Those who have been injured in incidents know that coping with injuries and adapting with changes in their lifestyles pose challenges that are as novel and unexpected as the manner in which the incident took place.

At Haghani Law Office we believe that your lawyer must not only be capable to successfully guide your lawsuit through the unique challenges that your case demands, but also to provide you with the medical, psychological, and financial support and resources that you need to recover as much as practically possible and to successfully face the challenges that your injuries will cause you to face throughout your life, after settlement or judgment.
The types of personal injury cases we handle include but are not limited to the following :

  • Car accidents
  • Occupiers Liability Claims
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Dog Attacks
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Train Liability Claims
  • Brain Injuries
  • Burn Injuries
  • Head Injuries
  • Bus and Public Transportation Accidents and,
  • Many other types of claims.

By choosing our law firm as your representative you can rest assured that you have an Advocate, not just any lawyer – that obtaining just and deserving compensation for your injuries is at the forefront of your advocate’s thoughts and efforts, and you are not just another file number whose case is assigned proportionally less attention than other, perhaps more lucrative files.

Dog Attacks

Personal Injury Claims The vast majority of animal bites are by dogs, however cats, horses, and even exotic animals at zoos are occasionally involved. While many dog bites are likely to heal quickly, in serious cases, the injuries can be so severe that they lead to permanent disfigurement and require surgery. Unfortunately, children are the most common victims of dog attacks because of their natural curiousity, and often, and under appreciation of the threat a dog can pose. Because of their small size, children are also more likely to suffer more extensive and serious injuries in an attack than those typically sustained by an adult. Aside from the physical injuries sustained in an attack, dog bites can also lead to emotional trauma, especially for young children who may develop phobias of dogs and other animals that carry through into adulthood. Because of Ontario’s strict liability laws surrounding dog owners, any victim of a dog bite should contact our personal injury lawyer to see what form of compensation may be available.

Wrongful Death

While all personal injury cases are likely to be traumatic for victims and loved ones, there are few cases that leave as much grief and heartache in their wake as those that result in a wrongful death. Family members and friends of the deceased are likely to struggle deeply with the sudden loss of a loved one, and that emotional trauma is only compounded if the death also leads to a loss of income formerly provided by the loved one. People should not have to cope alone with the wrongful death of someone they loved, and holding the negligent party accountable can at least help relieve the financial burden of the loss.

What Leads To A Wrongful Death ?

In most cases, wrongful death claims stem from a motor vehicle accident in which the other driver was behaving recklessly or negligently, such as by disobeying traffic rules, fleeing the scene of the incident, or driving while under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. In some cases, another third-party may be held liable, such as a property owner or municipality that failed to make the scene of the accident safe for drivers or pedestrians.

Wrongful death incidents are not exclusive to car crashes, however, and other types of accidents, like those involving product defects, slip and fall accidents, or medical malpractice can also lead to death. Due to the seriousness of a wrongful death claim, it is necessary to seek the guidance of a qualified personal injury lawyer when pursuing such a claim.