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Living with a Disability

British Columbia Personal Injury Lawyers for Permanent Disability Cases

No matter how your catastrophic injury occurred, you will have encountered the difficult transition to living with a disability.

The personal injury team at Murphy Battista LLP is fully committed to assisting accident survivors meet the full range of needs that arise during recovery: legal, medical, financial, emotional and practical. We work closely with our clients, their families, and their medical and rehabilitative teams to ensure that the complete spectrum of treatment and therapeutic service is available, appropriate and paid for. We present damages claims to ICBC, disability insurers and private insurers to maximize the value of the financial recovery you’ll need for treatment, future surgery, and adaptive technology or living assistance. Our experience with the presentation and proof of claims to insurers helps protect the overall value of your right to substantial compensation.

While we work to develop and document your compensation claims, we maintain close contact with you to make sure that all other needs of daily life and practical support are being met. In some cases, the management and disbursement of a significant settlement or trial award will involve the appointment of a committee acting under court supervision. This can help to preserve assets that might need to last for decades.

If you or a member of your family has suffered a permanent disability through accident or negligence, contact our office to arrange a no-cost consultation with experienced and resourceful professionals.

B.C. Disability Insurance Claim Lawyers

Our experience with disability claims goes beyond compensation for traumatic injuries suffered in major accidents. We also work with people whose disabilities result from birth injuries, medical negligence, chronic or degenerative conditions related to occupational disorders, and other causes.

Find out more about the ways we can help you and your family access tools and resources that can help you cope with your disability. Contact Murphy Battista for a free consultation.