Iacobelli Law Firm is pleased to announce a new office location in North York, Ontario. Our North York personal injury law office is located in the heart of North York, at Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue. The office is easily accesible by public transit.
The North York law office will allow our firm to better serve our personal injury clients that reside in North York and Toronto. Iacobelli Law Firm represents individuals throughout Toronto, North York and the GTA that have suffered personal injury due to negligence.
Spinal cord injuries may result from trauma sustained in falls from height car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and slip and fall accidents. Spinal cord injury is classified as "complete" when the nerve damage obstructs every signal coming from the brain to body parts below the injury; it is considered "incomplete" when only some of the signals are obstructed. In an incomplete injury, the amount and type of message that can pass between the brain and parts of the body will depend on the severity of the nerve damage
A person is said to have paraplegia when he or she has lost feeling and is not able to move the lower extremities. Someone with tetraplegia, (formally called quadriplegia) has lost movement and feeling in both the upper and lower extremities.
Lawyer Andrew Iacobelli has experience with cases involving serious injuries, including spinal cord injury claims. For a complimentary consultation contact Toronto personal injury lawyer Andrew A. Iacobelli.
Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer for Woodbridge, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Aurora, Newmarket and York Region, Discusses Truck and Tractor Trailer Accidents
Every year, truck accidents result in thousands of catastrophic injuries and deaths in Canada. Tractor trailers, 18-wheelers, semi trucks, and other large commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of greater than 10,000 pounds account for a significant number of accidents, deaths and injuries on Ontario’s roadways.
Ontario tractor trailer and truck accidents are caused by a variety of factors including vehicle safety, driver skill level, and driver fatigue.
Patients with Depuy Hip implants have reported problems, including pain and failure to heal after surgery. Patients with DePuy implants also report groin, hip or back pain, as well as crunching, popping or cracking noises coming from the hip joint.