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According to Rick Hansen Institute, over 86,000 Canadians are currently living with a spinal cord injury*.

The spinal cord is one of the most important parts of the human body. Making up the central nervous system, it acts as the route for all nerve signals between the brain and the body. As such, any damage to the spinal cord can cause life-altering, irreversible consequences. Often resulting in partial or complete paralysis, this is among the most harrowing injuries an individual can suffer. Changing the lives of casualties and their families forever, wading through vast amounts of medical and professional advice can be confusing. It’s distressing and overwhelming when you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury that wasn’t your fault. When things get tough, count on our spinal cord injury lawyers to look out for your best interests.

Spinal cord injury is commonly caused by car accidents, motorcycle accidents and slip and fall accidents. Not only do victims have to deal with day-to-day issues resulting from a spinal cord injury but they may face employment, housing, education and mobility discrimination too. Placing a financial burden on those affected, our spinal injury compensation specialists are here to ensure you get the spinal cord injury settlement and disability benefits you deserve.

When spinal cord injury occurs, an immediate medical assessment is crucial to avoid further damage. Paralysis from a spinal cord injury will be referred to as tetraplegia, where arms, hands, trunk, legs and pelvic organs are affected or paraplegia, where all or part of the trunk, legs and pelvic organs are affected.

Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injury Include:

• Difficulty breathing
• Inability to feel heat, cold, or pressure
• Loss of bladder/ bowel control
• Loss of movement
• Muscle spasms


In the immediate aftermath of a car accident involving whiplash, a motorcycle collision or any other incident causing significant damage to the body, these emergency signs may prove spinal cord injury has occurred:

• Difficulty breathing
• Inability to balance or walk
• Loss of bladder/ bowel control
• Numbness of the hands and feet
• Paralysis in any body part
• Severe back pain or neck pressure


Recovery time after spinal cord injury is very unpredictable and varies significantly from case to case. That’s why we assign you a lawyer and caseworker so you receive everything you need from the moment you meet us to the time your case is closed. Our experienced and dedicated spinal injury attorneys are on your side. Simply give us a call today to get your free quote. From there, our experts can deliver the legal advice you need in as many as seven different languages so your options are understood, every step of the way.

We’ve been successfully assisting people with spinal cord injury claims for years. Depend on our team of specialists to get the proper medical treatment and rehabilitation you need. Highly skilled in quickly understanding the complexities of your individual case, the MG Law team is here for you. Trust us to get you the spinal cord injury compensation you deserve.

If You or Your Loved One Is The Victim of a Spinal Cord Injury In Ontario, Make Use of This Range of Useful Resources:

Canadian Disability Participation Project
CareCure Community
SCI Action Canada
Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
ThinkFirst Canada


It takes a strong backbone to pursue spinal cord injury claims. Don’t suffer the consequences in silence. Let us lend you the helping hand you need. Call 613-730-8460 to get started.

*Statistics accurate as of 14 August 2019 as sourced from Rick Hansen Spinal Cord Injury Registry – A look at traumatic spinal cord injury in Canada in 2017.

Important steps to take when injured

1. Call the police and tell them everything

Police statements are a valuable part of any court proceeding, so ensuring that the police have all the information you have available will reflect positively on your case.



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