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      Chronic Pain Lawyer in the Greater Toronto Area

      Whether injured in an accident, or seeking long term disability claim assistance, we can help

      Affected by Chronic Pain? The team at HIMPRO can help.

      There are a variety of ways a lawyer can help you with a chronic pain case.  HIMPRO, an injury accident, and long-term disability law firm with offices across the GTA including Brampton, Oshawa, and Toronto have lawyers on staff that can help you find a favorable resolution if you’ve been injured or are seeking to file for long-term disability due to chronic pain.

      Ensuring that you and your family are taken care of is always our first priority – and our involvement could make the difference between a negative outcome and one that is weighted heavily in an insurance company’s favor.  Getting a chronic pain diagnosis can be frightening. Your future ability to function, to work could be up in the air. Whether your chronic pain is the result of an accident or some other type of injury, most insurance companies’ interest is to minimize the amount of the benefit they will be paying you. Having an experienced long-term disability lawyer on your side who understands how to work the legal system and how to successfully negotiate with the insurance company as your advocate is a key piece to get a positive resolution.

      Personal Injury Claims for Chronic Pain

      Car Accidents, Chronic Pain & Soft Tissue Injuries. Can I File A Claim? 

      If you suffered a soft tissue injury after a car accident, it’s actually common to experience some chronic pain as you start to heal. A diagnosis for Chronic Pain can help your claim, but guidance from a lawyer experienced in handling chronic pain cases can be invaluable.

      Soft Tissue Injuries and Chronic Pain

      Suffering from a chronic pain diagnosis after an injury accident is just one more long-term diagnosis that your injury lawyer must consider as they negotiate your settlement. If you were hurt in an auto accident, work-related injury, or after slipping at someone’s home or office, our team can help.

      Revised Simplified Procedure Rule & Chronic Pain

      When the simplified procedure rule was enacted in Ontario, the goal was to decrease the burden on the ordinary procedure system – but throttling the limit at $100,000 meant that any claims involving a chronic pain causality likely skirted the simplified procedure. A new rule increases limits for chronic pain claims to $200,000.

      Chronic Pain and Long Term Disability

      Arthritis and Long Term Disability

      If you suffer from chronic pain as a result of arthritis, you could be entitled to long-term disability in Ontario. If your claim has been denied there are still things you can do to appeal. 

      Chronic Pain after Soft Tissue Injury

      The long-term effects of a soft tissue injury can be invisible to the naked eye, but chronic pain is a very real diagnosis and is not something cured with medication or physical therapy. 

      Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia – Long Term Disability Benefits

      Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Syndrome are valid disabilities and recognized by the courts of Canada as such. This means if you’ve been diagnosed, and you cannot work – you could be eligible for long-term disability payments. 

      Chronic Pain & Long Term Disability

      Injuries are not the only cause of Chronic Pain Syndrome – you may have contracted it while fighting cancer, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, or some other condition. Regardless of the cause, you may be eligible for long-term disability. 

      Chronic Pain from Cancer & Long Term Disability 

      We don’t often hear about the long-term effects of a cancer diagnosis. Once the patient being treated is in remission, they’re considered “cured” and the general public thinks they’re “out of the woods.” The reality is, there are many side-effects of cancer treatment, including Chronic Pain Syndrome.

      Polymedication, Chronic Pain & Long Term Disability

      An intense medication regimen can have serious side effects. Polymedication is described as taking 3+ different medications each day. As a chronic pain patient, this could likely be you. The long-term effect of this practice, even if prescribed by your physician, can be a basis for a long-term disability claim.

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