Spinal Cord Injuries

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How To Start Spinal Cord Injury Care At Home

Has your loved one been in a traumatic car accident, and you’re unsure if they’re experiencing signs of spinal cord injury? Read on to learn more about some of the symptoms of spinal cord injury and how to start spinal injury care at home. Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injury It’s almost impossible to miss signs …

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AISH

Will Your Personal Injury Settlement Affect Your AISH Benefits?

You may be worried about whether you can still receive Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) benefits if you receive a personal injury settlement. You can continue receiving AISH if you receive a personal injury settlement, as long as you continue to meet the eligibility requirements for AISH. For more specific information for your …

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3 Things to Understand About Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are some of the most traumatic events most individuals and families will ever experience. Moving forward towards healing and recovery can feel like an almost impossible task. Each year, James H. Brown and Associates represents numerous individuals who have suffered tragic life-changing spinal cord injuries. Often, we work with victims and families …

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How to Help a Loved One Preparing for a Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuit

A spinal cord injury (SCI) can turn your life upside down overnight. Moving forward toward healing and recovery can feel overwhelming at best, almost impossible at worst. The majority of SCI claims exceed $1 million; because most drivers don’t have more than $1 million in liability insurance, the task becomes finding additional sources of funds …

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Structured Settlement

What is a Structured Settlement? and What Does It Mean For Your Personal Injury Case?

A structured settlement is a common tool used in personal injury law. When you reach the end of your personal injury case and win you will end up with a settlement. That is a certain amount of money intended to compensate you for your injuries and their long-term effects on you going forward. While it’s …

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Don’t Face Spinal Cord Injuries Alone, James H. Brown and Associates is Here to Help!

Has your loved one recently suffered a serious event that has led to significant pain and the risk of a spinal injury? Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) are one of the most common long-term afflictions facing Canadians, with an estimated 85,556 people living with an SCI across the country. Often caused by traumatic incidences like motor …

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Settlements for Spinal Cord Injuries with James H. Brown and Associates

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are among the most devastating events any individual or family can suffer. On top of that, they are also among the most challenging to secure a settlement for. SCIs can affect your work, home life, and even your ability to care for yourself and others. If you or a loved one …

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What is the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund? And When Do I Need It?

You may have heard of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund. Motor vehicle accidents are stressful in and of themselves, this stress is compounded when the at-fault driver flees the scene, or if you are informed that the at-fault driver did not carry insurance. Despite what you have been told, there are channels through which …

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