Approximately 50,000 Canadians experience brain and spinal injuries every year. This is an area of the law that is little known and most people have no idea how vast the entire range of brain and spinal injuries can be.
The fact is that every case is unique, and this sometimes makes it difficult for people to receive exactly what they deserve in terms of awards and treatment. In fact, medical science is still learning about the full extent of such injuries.
This could cover a concussion, or it could cover a traumatic brain injury that impairs a person significantly for life. Some brain and spinal injuries require extensive rehabilitation for months and years.
Head and spinal injuries are notoriously difficult to treat and evaluate. Sometimes it may appear that nothing is wrong at first, but over time the symptoms grow and worsen.
Dealing with brain and spinal injuries is a serious matter and you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to ensure that all resources are explored, and all possible options are considered, in the event of a brain or spinal injury.
Many of these types of injuries may be covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan, but it may not cover all required treatment. The best advice you can follow is to combine immediate medical care of a brain or spinal injury with immediate legal consultation. GSK team is committed and experienced at handling every aspect of brain and spinal injuries from insurance stipulations to trial litigation.
GSK team will communicate with the insurance company and fight for your case. We know the language of insurance companies and we know how to fight the ambiguous terms and unclear conclusions they tend to render. We are here to help fight for your money.
You may think of GSK team as your personal disability support specialists as we are equipped to handle every facet of your disability case.
Dmitry Morozov is a founding partner and leading litigation lawyer at GSK Personal Injury Law PC. Dmitry’s practice is devoted to all areas of personal injury litigation on behalf of plaintiffs, including motor vehicle accident claims; accident benefits claims, slip and falls, and other tort claims and disability-related matters.CONTACT US
Sevda is an active member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Paralegal Society of Ontario and Licensed Paralegal Association.
She Studied International Law at the Baku State University. Sevda graduated Law Clerk Program from Seneca College in 2007, then Paralegal Program from Seneca College in 2011.
Sevda has represented clients before Financial Services Commission of Ontario and Licence Appeal Tribunal.
When not working, Sevda enjoys spending time with her children and family.CONTACT US
Victoria Gorbenko is a Licensed Paralegal and member of The Law Society of Upper Canada in good standing. She aggressively negotiates the entitlement of the accident benefits with the insurance companies so that her clients can focus on recovery and getting back to work to support their families. She strives to ensure that her clients receive the highest level of possible medical support and maximum compensation to go back to their lives.CONTACT US
Working in personal injury since 2004, Carla successfully obtained her paralegal license through the law society of upper Canada in 2008. Upon obtaining her license she has litigated for plaintiffs during Mediations, Pre-hearings and Arbitrations through the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and currently through the Licensing Appeal Tribunal.CONTACT US