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Are you or a loved one suffering from a neurological injury? Neurological injuries are among the toughest conditions to treat and manage. They require extensive care which can be costly not to mention the impact it can have on the entire family’s mental wellbeing. If you or a loved one suffers a neurological injury as a result of another party’s negligence, Grillo Law can help. Our catastrophic injury lawyer in Toronto can discuss your case and learn about the options you have to receive compensation.

Impact of Knee Injuriesthe Common Types of Neurological Injuries

Neurological orders are defined by the World Health Organization, WHO as diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. These disorders affect the functionality of the brain, the spinal cord, different nerves, nerve roots, and muscles in the body. They include:

  • Epilepsy

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Spinal injuries

  • Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias

  • Cerebrovascular diseases such as stroke and migraines

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Brain tumours

  • Traumatic disorders of the nervous system due to head trauma

  • Neurological disorders as a result of malnutrition

Unfortunately, most neurological disorders have no cure. Patients often deteriorate over time, begin showing a wider range of symptoms, and experience functional limitations that lower their quality of life. These disorders pose a huge challenge to not only the individual but also the family members providing care and support.

Injuriesneurological Injuries Caused by Accidents

The causes of neurological injuries can be quite diverse. Even though the spinal cord and brain are protected by numerous membranes, they can be exposed by force and pressure. A small disturbance to the neurological pathway or even a single neuron can result in dysfunction.  Infections, genetics, lifestyle, nutrition, and environmental-related influences can cause neurological disorders. However, many neurological disorders are caused by physical injuries sustained after an accident of some kind.

If the neurological disorder is caused by any of the following accidents or conditions, you need to contact a neurological lawyer in Toronto who will help determine if you have a case.

  • Car accidents

  • Skiing or snowboarding accidents

  • Sports-related activities that result in severe injuries

  • Slip and fall incidents

  • Childbirth injuries

  • Head trauma from falling objects

  • Motorcycle and bicycle accidents

  • Dog bites

  • Assault

In order to establish whether you have a case, you will need to prove, with the help of a neurological lawyer in Toronto, that there was a breach of the duty owed to you by the medical professional or hospital and it was that breach of duty that resulted in the injuries you suffered. At Grillo Law, we can help you make a claim if you or a loved one has suffered a neurological injury as a result of a physical accident, medical or surgical error. Medical negligence claims require extensive research, reviews of expert opinion, and an experienced legal team that understands and knows how to interpret medical evidence as well as the law. Our law firm provides this and so much more.

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