Personal Injury Blog

Concussion

SPECT Scan Accepted As Evidence in Trial

Recently, in Wabie v Wilson (2022 ONSC 4296) the Ontario Superior Court of Justice revisited the role played by SPECT scans in diagnosing Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs). SPECT (or Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography) is a highly specialized form of diagnostic imaging that measures...

Concussions in Children - Your Questions Answered

As parents and caregivers, we all strive to protect our children from harm. Despite our precautions however, too many of our kids will suffer concussions from sports and activities, or as passengers in a car accident.

Why It Is Important to Seek Medical Care to Check for a Concussion After Minor Vehicle Collision

Every year, over half a million Canadians sustain a traumatic brain injury. Motor vehicle accidents account for more than 50% of all acquired brain injuries, this according to the Brain Injury Society of Toronto.

Accident Benefits Newsletter - a Concussion Is (Still) Not a Minor Injury

It is generally acknowledged that the Minor Injury Guideline (MIG) does not extend to traumatic brain Injuries (TBIs), regardless of the degree of initial severity. Any brain injury from mild to severe is equally outside the ambit of the MIG. It is also acknowledged that a concussion and...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Get free insights delivered right to your inbox

 

Give us your email address and we’ll send you the latest information on updates to the legal and insurance system and learn how you can make the best recovery possible.

image 13 (1)