Advocacy For Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury

In Ontario*, an average of 11 people suffer a spinal cord injury each week — that's more than one new paralysis patient a day. Most of these individuals will reach their optimal level of independence within two to three years. During that time, obtaining the best standard of care is crucial.

At Faber & Oostdyk, we want to use our legal experience to help you receive that needed care. We feel deep compassion for your situation and are ready to fight relentlessly for the compensation you deserve to make a successful transition back to everyday living.

Get Help To Pursue A Fair Settlement

We invite you to discuss your injury claim with us. Lawyer Sean Oostdyk can help you understand the types of compensation you are entitled to, answer your questions about the process and give you enough information to make an informed decision. Call 905-681-7800 or email us to arrange a no-cost consultation.

Providing You With Care, Support And Guidance

We firmly believe that every human being has the right to lead his or her life with enjoyment and dignity. To help you achieve this after a spinal cord injury, we can launch a strong campaign for a fair settlement — one that not only meets your immediate needs, but also reflects the full impact to your well-being, now and into the future.

Our first priority is to help you gain accident benefits to cover the cost of your immediate and short-term needs. Insurance policies contain standard benefits, but policyholders need to be on guard. Insurers will work to keep their payout to a minimum. Our goal is to ensure that this does not happen to you.

We have handled hundreds of personal injury claims throughout Burlington, Milton and Hamilton, Ontario. We fight hard to hold insurers responsible in their obligation to you. As your claim moves forward, we will guide you throughout the process and help you negotiate a comprehensive settlement for such impacts as:

  • Ongoing medical care, rehabilitation and therapy
  • Long-term assistance and care
  • Loss of income-earning capacity
  • Psychological counselling
  • Treatment for chronic pain
  • Loss of quality of life

Talk to a lawyer about your injury claim. Call 905-681-7800 for a free consultation.

    * According to Spinal Cord Injury Ontario