Spinal injury that results in temporary or permanent paralysis is one of the most devastating injuries suffered by car accident victims. In addition to the loss of mobility, these individuals often experience loss of income during recovery and find they are unable to return to the employment they previously held.
At Gantzert Law, we help individuals with paralysis obtain appropriate medical care and adequate compensation from ICBC. We can assist in obtaining MRIs and ensuring that all avenues of treatment are explored.
Our goal is to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for you and your loved ones who are assisting in your care. Most cases will settle without going trial, but we prepare every case as if it were going to trial, to ensure the full effects of your injury are known to ICBC and properly compensated for.
You and your family can deal on your own with ICBC, and the insurer may seem sympathetic to your claim. However, gaining access to the full range of benefits you are entitled to, and launching a successful ICBC personal injury claim, usually requires a complex process of obtaining expert testimony and exhaustively accounting for all possible heads of damages under which you may be entitled to compensation.
At Gantzert Law, we work to obtain benefits for individuals living with paralysis following a car accident, for specific losses which include:
Pain and suffering
Loss of employment
Loss of income
Housekeeping and attendant care
Since our law firm is dedicated to ICBC claimants, we know the full benefits that are available to car accident injury victims, both through regular accident benefits and a lawsuit against the at-fault driver. For our clients living with paraplegia or quadriplegia, we can secure them some of the highest levels of compensation available through the insurer.
To speak with us about your ICBC claim, contact us online or call us at 604-221-7242, or toll free at 877-389-7242. Located in Port Coquitlam and with offices in Vancouver throughout the Lower Mainland, we can meet you where you are. We represent clients throughout British Columbia, and our initial consultation is no obligation and no charge.