Hamilton Personal Injury and Disability Lawyers It begins with understanding and service We understand that being seriously injured can be an overwhelming experience. Being left with lingering pain and mounting debt due to lost wages is terribly stressful. If you have suffered life-changing injuries, you have the right to seek justice for you losses. You have the right to seek compensation for pain and suffering, lost pages, future economic loss, compensation to help take care of your home and future related health care costs. Personal injury law can be complex. Do not try and litigate your own case. If you have been harmed due because someone else was negligent, it is wise to seek the early assistance of a Hamilton personal injury lawyer with experience to help protect your legal rights and interests. Lawyers for Complex Injury Matters…When it matters. Our lawyers understand that complex injuries are often permanent, life-changing, and will no doubt affect your life and the lives of your family. Our Hamilton personal injury lawyers have extensive experience in working with proper life-care planning and accounting experts to help valuate the recurring annual costs of caring for victims with serious brain injuries or chronic spinal cord injury (SCI), such as ongoing rehabilitation, psychological care, occupational therapy, nutritional therapy, transitional living plans, adapted transportation, in-home nursing care, assistive devices, power and manual wheelchairs, batteries, maintenance, elbow and wrist orthotics, lifts, ramps ect. These future costs are a very extensive economic burden for victims, their family and care-takers. Recovering damages associated with the costs of types of future medical expenses as well as lost wages, and loss of enjoyment of life is essential in securing your and your family’s future financial health. If you or your loved one have suffered a serious life changing injury, you need to retain a lawyer that is experienced in complex personal injury law that can assist in the valuation of your future needs to make sure that you have enough money at the end of your case to retain effective rehabilitation to maximize your recovery…for life.