Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers

As the premier legal firm serving the cities of Fort McMurray, Fort Saskatchewan, and Lacombe, BLAB Personal Injury Lawyer specializes in litigating cases that involve catastrophic injuries.  A catastrophic injury is one that leaves a person severely disabled or disfigured.  Suffice it to say, they are life-changing injuries that the injury victim never fully recovers from such as:

  Amputation of an arm or leg
  Burn injuries
  Head injuries

  Neck injuries
  Loss of arm or leg function

But most importantly, we represent victims of spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries as well as their families.  Not only is it a very trying time for the victim but more for the family as they go through emotional and financial turmoil. That is why we step in to assist them through the legal complexities as it can be difficult to do it all on your own. From filing the claim for compensation to dealing with the insurance company, we will be with you at every step. Catastrophic injuries can happen at any time and any number of ways such as:

   Assault and battery
   Medical malpractice
   Motor vehicle collisions
   Sports-related accidents

In some cases, the injuries are so debilitating that it can financially devastate the victim and his or her family.  An experienced personal injury lawyer can successfully negotiate a settlement for victims of a spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury and secure fair and reasonable compensation for their pain and suffering.


The primary causes of spinal cord injuries is a blow to the spine or spinal trauma that breaks a disk or vertebra and damages the spinal cord.  These types of injuries can be permanent or temporary based on the extent of the damage that is sustained and can result in a loss of autonomic function, muscle function, or sensation.  Common spinal cord injury symptoms oftentimes include numbness or pain and temporary or permanent paralysis (paraplegia or quadriplegia).


Traumatic brain injuries disrupt normal function and can be classified as mild, moderate, severe, or extremely severe.  While some injury victims may experience a full recovery in a maximum of 3 years, others never recover completely.  In fact, many individuals with a traumatic brain injury will suffer with cognitive, emotional, and physical problems.  Even if it’s only a mild injury, the person may still have problems dealing with their family members, fellow employees, or other social contacts.


With the help of an injury lawyer, you could be entitled to compensation for a number of damages including emotional distress, loss of companionship, loss of income (past and future), medical expenses, and pain and suffering.  For more information about legal representation in a spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury claim, the BLAB Personal Injury Lawyer serves clients in Fort McMurray, Fort Saskatchewan, or Lacombe.