About: Roger Foisy

Profile: Roger R. Foisy is an experienced Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer helping accident victims and their families in Mississauga, Milton, Georgetown, Brampton, Oakville, and surrounding areas. Roger and his team dedicate a very personal level of attention to each and every client in their care and maximize clients’ personal injury settlements.

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Virtual BIAPH Health Advocates Education Conference on October 28

By Roger Foisy on October 20th, 2020

The second  Brian Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) Health Advocates Education Conference will be held virtually on October 28, 2020. The theme for this year’s conference is What You’re Missing: Practical Tips and Strategies from Industrial Professionals. This event is the largest Virtual Health Advocates Education Conference in Ontario.

BIAPH’s innovative virtual platform will deliver our trademark rapid podium speakers. Delegates will have full access to all exhibitors and will be able to interact with them online through the platform.

Roger R Foisy who has served as BIAPH President since September 2019 has returned as conference chair and looks forward to holding the best conference of its kind in Canada.

We invite you to watch the lighthearted video below for more information about the conference!

The conference presents an opportunity to promote your organization and reach out to a wide variety of health care and rehabilitation professionals and advocates. Sponsorships have been in high demand.

We look forward to you attending this unique learning experience which will use a multidisciplinary approach to bridge gaps in knowledge and provide practical tips and strategies on how to effectively advocate for clients and assist in ensuring that funding for treatment is provided.

BIAPH is a non-profit organization that exists for the needs of families and survivors of brain injury in the Peel and Halton Regions. BIAPH facilitates measures to promote the prevention of brain injury, improve quality/care of life, provide community education, and conduct resource searches on behalf of members.

If you want to register for the conference or have any questions, please email conference@biaph.com

Here’s What You Should Do If You Receive Your Two-Year LTD Termination Letter

By Roger Foisy on October 2nd, 2020

You’ve been receiving long term disability (LTD) benefits and have just received a letter from your insurance company stating that your benefits will be terminated at the two-year mark. The insurance company has sent you this letter because how total disability is defined in your policy changes at the two-year mark. The “two-year mark” refers to the two years after you became totally disabled from working in your occupation. Before you decide to take any action, it’s important to understand the definition of total disability before and after the two-year mark.

Before the “Two-Year Mark”: You cannot perform the essential duties of your own occupation (It does not matter where you are employed, rather the policy only looks at if you can do your occupation).

After the “Two-Year Mark”: For most policies the definition changes from being unable to perform your own occupation to being unable to perform the essential duties of ANY occupation for which you have the education, experience, and/or training. In some insurance policies, there may be a clause that further defines total disability to include your being unable earn a certain percentage of the gross income you were earning at the time of you became disabled.

Coming back to the letter you have just received from the insurance company a few months (typically 3-6 months) before the end of the two-year mark. This means the insurance company has determined that you do not fit under the second definition of total disability (“After the ‘Two-Year Mark’”). In other words, the insurance company believes that even if you cannot do your own occupation, you can work in a different occupation. As a result, you have received an advance warning that your benefits will stop at the two-year mark, or you might have received your benefits till the end of the two-year mark.

Let’s take a look at scenarios that will help better explain this.

Scenario 1

Mark, a construction worker injured his knee on the job and the insurance company agreed he was disabled from his occupation as a construction worker because he could no longer lift heavy objects as he did before. At the two-year mark, the insurance company has now determined that Mark can work in a different occupation (e.g. a desk job), therefore he no longer fits the definition of total disability because the definition of disability changed after the two-year mark. But, a deeper look into this case reveals that Mark is unable to perform a desk job because he does not have the training, experience, or education that is required.

In Mark’s policy, there isn’t a percentage of income earned parameter and even if the insurance company does a transferable skills analysis and determines he can work as a greeter at a retail store, case law suggests that the amount of money he earns in the new occupation should be somewhat commensurate with what he was earning in his original occupation before his disability.

Therefore, given Mark’s training and anticipated pay as a greeter he may still be eligible to receive LTD benefits beyond the two-year mark.

Scenario 2

Jane, is an advertising director for a large marketing company.  Regrettably, she has been suffering from anxiety and depression which stems from family, financial, and other past mental and behavioural issues which have recently resurfaced.  Her workplace has been somewhat of a poisonous work environment for a number of years.  Almost 2 years ago, she stopped working when she could no longer continue working in this unhealthy work environment. 

Six months before the two-year mark, Jane’s LTD insurance company advises her that she no longer meets the two-year change of definition.  In other words, the insurance company believes that her education, experience and/or training will allow her to continue working in another occupation and possibly in a less poisonous working environment.

In Jane’s policy, there is a specific definition of total disability which states that Jane will be considered totally disabled if she is unable to earn at least 66.67% of her gross income at time she becomes disabled.  Based on her gross income of $120,000 per year, the suggested work positions by Jane’s LTD insurance company are occupations that are more likely to pay her $40,000 to $50,000 per year and not the $80,000 per year (as stipulated in the LTD policy).

Therefore, Jane’s ability to continue to earn LTD benefits, even after deducting her wages from some other form of employment, allows her to continue to receive LTD benefits beyond the two-year mark.

When to Contact A Lawyer?

You should be contacting a lawyer as soon as you receive the denial letter, the two-year mark letter, or the change of definition letter from the insurance company. This will let the lawyer review your case at an early stage and determine whether to disagree or agree with the insurance company’s position. In most cases, the insurance company does have the evidence to substantiate its decision to terminate your LTD. Contacting a lawyer at this stage will also give them the lead time required to request and review your file, along with providing a preliminary opinion. So, when the cut-off date for your benefits arrives, your lawyer is in a position to start litigating or commencing an action against the insurance company. Waiting to contact a lawyer until after the cut-off day will cause even further delay in your ability to collect benefits as the lawyer will require time to request, receive and review your file from the insurance company as well as your health care providers.

For your convenience, we have provided answers to the most commonly asked LTD questions. If your LTD has been denied or terminated contact us for a free consultation.

Watch my video series on LTD.

Congratulations to Daniel Berman on his Call to the Bar!

By Roger Foisy on August 28th, 2020

The team at Roger R. Foisy injury law firm is pleased to announce that Daniel Berman, part of our staff since 2018, was recently called to the bar.

Being called to the bar is a milestone in a lawyer’s career, and we couldn’t be happier for Daniel on this achievement. Daniel has already started the transition from student to a member of our injury and disability litigation law team following his successful completion of the bar, and we look forward to his continued growth with us.

Congratulations to Daniel from all of us at the Roger R Foisy injury law firm!


Roger R. Foisy and Associates are Ontario Personal Injury Lawyers with extensive experience in personal injury, long-term disability, and brain injury. Please contact us for immediate support and a free consultation.

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Can You Claim LTD Because of COVID-19?

By Roger Foisy on May 26th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of life and the direct and indirect psychological, social, and economic effects of COVID-19 could affect mental and physical health now and into the future.

Studies have shown that large-scale disasters, whether traumatic, natural, or environmental are almost always accompanied by increase in depression, PTSD, substance use disorder, and a broad range of other mental and behavioural disorders.

COVID-19 is unique from other traumatic events because the government issued lockdown and social distancing protocols affect every person in society, not just those in direct proximity to the virus or in quarantine.

Many of us have lost our jobs while others have had to cope with stress and anxiety while working on the front lines or from home. Some of us have been exposed to the virus, either contracting it, having their loved ones falling sick, and in the worst scenario passing away.

If you are an already fragile person, the stress, anxiety, and PTSD brought on by COVID-19 may lead to your mental health deteriorating. You may no longer be able to work and can be eligible for long term disability (LTD) insurance. When applying for LTD it is important to consider that in most claims the cause of your mental health condition is not relevant.

To better understand the link between LTD and COVID-19, let us explore some scenarios.

Scenario 1: Single Parent Whose Income and/or Bonuses Have Been Cut Due to COVID-19

You are a single parent who was working a mid-level 9-5 job and was living paycheque to paycheque. Due to COVID-19, you had to take a pay cut and/or your yearly bonus was eliminated. This sudden decrease in income which you previously depended on is no longer available to you and is the reason your stress levels have increased drastically. While you were barely keeping it together before, this added stress is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Under this scenario, you are unable to continue work and could be eligible for LTD.

Scenario 2: Loved One Infected With/ Passes Away Due to COVID-19

You experience tremendous stress when your relatives or friends’ contract COVID-19 or fear that they might become infected with the virus. You research and learn about the worst outcomes associated with the virus, which leads to your mental health being impacted. Even worse, you have had a loved one pass away due to COVID-19 and you were unable to be by their side. You feel immense guilt and are unable to move beyond it. Such scenarios can lead to mental health breakdowns and have a direct impact on a person’s ability to work.

Scenario 3: You Work Close to Others

You work in a job that requires you to be close to others and all the information you have received regarding COVID-19 says you should stay at least 6-feet apart from someone else. There is trauma caused by the fear of your existing environment and this will not allow you to work anywhere else.

Scenario 4: Mental Health Deteriorates Due to Unavailability of Treatment

With psychological trauma, if you get treatment quickly you can develop strategies to cope with it. However, with COVID-19, there is a lack of psychiatric or psychological treatment available as some doctors and facilities have closed their offices and are not seeing new patients. There are options available for telephone and videoconferencing, but you are not comfortable with this and want to wait to see a medical professional in-person. The limited options available at this time for your treatment can lead to your mental health becoming worse and increase your inability to work.

The nature and response measures as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are unprecedented in modern history. Not only does COVID-19 impact those in close proximity to the virus, but the economic lockdown and social distancing protocols affect every single person in a variety of ways. What is clear is that COVID-19 will have a profound effect on all aspects of society, including mental and physical health.

For your convenience, we have provided answers to the most commonly asked LTD questions. If your LTD has been denied or terminated contact us for a free consultation.

Watch my video series on LTD.

We Are Open and Available to Help

By Roger Foisy on March 31st, 2020

We are available for new consultations during the COVID-19 crisis. Please contact us regarding your Personal Injury or Disability Claim. While our physical offices are closed, our staff is fully functional and working remotely.

To contact us, please call us at 905.286.0050 / toll-free 877.286.0050, or email us at info@injurylawyercanada.com.

We will follow up with you within 2 hours of your call or voice mail that is received during the regular business hours of 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday to Friday, and schedule a call or video conference to discuss your situation. By special appointment we can also schedule an appointment later in the evening or on the weekend.

We look forward to speaking with you soon.

The Roger Foisy Team

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

By Roger Foisy on December 16th, 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! A very Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones from the team at Roger R Foisy! We hope you have a wonderful holiday season filled with joy and relaxation, and we wish you health and happiness in 2020.

 

 

Our Holiday Hours

  • December 24th: Closed at noon
  • December 25-27: Closed
  • December 31: Closed at noon
  • January 1: Closed

A Season of Giving

Leading up to Christmas, we seek to support organizations that make a positive change in our communities.

Season’s Greetings from Roger R Foisy & Associates to you and your family. Stay safe this Christmas season!


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Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Knee Injuries

By Roger Foisy on November 27th, 2019

Knee injuries can occur with little impact and are often the result of a slip and fall or a minor motor vehicle accident.

In this article, we will take a look at four knee injuries and historical examples of the personal injury settlement values victims have received:

ACL Tear

An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear is one of the most common knee injuries, especially in athletes that play high demand sports (IE. soccer, football, basketball). ACL tears can be caused by changing direction rapidly, stopping suddenly, slowing down while running or landing from a jump incorrectly. Symptoms include: pain with swelling, loss of full range of motion, tenderness along the joint line, and discomfort while walking.

In 1986, the Court in Papamonolopoulos v Board of Education for the City of Toronto, 56 OR (2d) 1 awarded the injured person $40,000 for injuries that included a torn ACL.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Dislocation of the Knee Joint – Lateral View

A dislocation of the knee joint happens when bones of the leg are moved in relation to the bone in the thigh. Knee dislocations usually happen after major trauma, such as falls or motor vehicle accidents. Common symptoms include: pain, no feeling below the knee, deformity of the knee, and swelling of the knee.

In 1992, the Court in Moody v Windsor, [1992] BCWLD 405 awarded the injured person $85,000 for injuries that included a dislocated knee.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Meniscus Tear

The meniscus is the rubbery, C-shaped disc on your knee. A meniscus tear is a common knee injury often caused by twisting or turning quickly with the foot planted and the knee bent. Meniscus tears can also be caused when lifting something heavy. Common symptoms include knee pain, swelling, stiffness in the knee, and popping or locking of the knee.

In 2004, the Court in Ouellette v Hearst (Corp. of the Town), [2004] OJ No 1120 (QL) awarded the injured person $110,000 for injuries that included a meniscus tear.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

 

Comminuted Fracture of the Patella

The patella is a small bone located at the front of the knee that protects the knee and connects the front thigh muscles to the tibia (upper part of the leg). Comminuted fractures of the patella are commonly called by a direct blow, such as from a motor vehicle accident or a fall. Common symptoms include pain and swelling in the front of the knee, bruising, and an inability to straighten the knee or walk.

In 2005, the Court in Mason v Moore, [2005] OJ No 3799 awarded the injured person $90,000 for injuries that included a fracture of the patella.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Receiving the Settlement You Deserve

People often believe that settlement value is mostly determined by the extent of the injury. While this is a factor, the most important information is how the injury has impacted your life. In other words, what does the injury prevent you from being able to do and how does this affect you?

I encourage you to view my previous article about seeking compensation for leg injuries, wherein I discuss, in greater detail, the injury and how victims can receive the compensation they deserve.

A thorough lawyer should take the time to fully understand your specific situation, including your life and responsibilities before and after your accident, to ensure you do not under-settle your case. By quantifying every possible loss, you are more likely to receive a just settlement that will help to ease the financial burdens that usually occur during recovery.


If you have sustained a personal injury at another party’s fault, please contact me and my team of experienced personal injury lawyers for a free consultation.

*Roger R. Foisy is not a medical professional. The advice in this blog is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice.

Watch my video series about personal injury law.

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Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Leg and Ankle Injuries

By Roger Foisy on October 17th, 2019

Lower extremity (leg, knee and ankle) injuries tend to occur over a wide range of unfortunate accidents.  As a general rule, less impact is required for knee and ankle injuries which can result from a slip and fall or a less impactful motor vehicle accident.  In contrast, the femur (thigh) – which is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the human body – tends to sustain injury from more serious motor vehicle accidents involving greater force of impact.

In this article, we will take a look at six leg and ankle injuries and historical examples of the personal injury settlement values victims have received:

Tibial Shaft Fracture

A fracture that occurs to the long bone that runs below the knee and above the ankle (tibia). Tibial shaft fractures are often caused by high-energy collisions, such as motor vehicle accidents and falling while playing sports such as skiing or soccer. Common symptoms include: pain, inability to walk or put weight on the leg, the bone protruding through a break in the skin, or a loss of feeling in the foot.

In 2012, the Court in Riehl v Hamilton (City), 2012 ONSC 3333 awarded the injured person $75,000 for injuries that included a tibial shaft fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Lateral Malleolus Fracture

A fracture to the bone located to the outer aspect of the ankle. Lateral malleolus fractures are commonly caused by a roll of the ankle, an awkward landing from a jump, or a directly blow to the outer ankle. Common symptoms include: sharp outer ankle or lower leg pain, swelling, and bruising.

In 2002, the Court in Hutchison v Dalton, [2002] OJ No 4764 awarded the injured person $50,000 for injuries that included a lateral malleolus fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

 

Bimalleolar Fracture

A bimalleolar fracture is the result of a fracture to the two lower bones that make up the ankle: one on the outside of the ankle and one on the inside. Bimalleolar fractures are often caused by motor vehicle accidents, falls, and twisting the ankle. Common symptoms include: swelling, tenderness, bruising, and inability to bear weight.

In 2011, the Court in Druet v Sandman Hotels, 2011 BCSC 232 awarded the injured person $55,000 for injuries that included a bimalleolar fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Medial Malleolus Fracture

A medial malleolus fracture is the result of a break in the bony process located at the inner part of the ankle (medial malleolus). These fractures can be caused by a rolled ankle, an awkward landing from a jump, or a fall. Common symptoms include: sharp inner ankle pain, lower leg pain, swelling, and bruising.

In 2002, the Court in Hutchison v Dalton, [2002] OJ No 4764 awarded the injured person $50,000 for injuries that included a medial malleolus fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

 

Fracture of the Distal Fibula Along the Medical Cortex Above the Level of the Fibial Plateau

As one of the more common fractures at the ankle, distal fibula fractures are often the result of an inversion injury. Distal fibula fractures are often caused by trauma and the ankle twisting inward or outward. Common symptoms include: severe ankle pain, swelling, bruising, and an inability to bear weight.

In 2009, the Court in Rizzolo v Brett, 2009 BCSC 732 awarded the injured person $125,000 for injuries that included a fracture of a distal fibula.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Fracture of the Lateral Tibial Plateau

A tibial plateau fracture is the result of a break in the proximal part of the shinbone. Tibial plateau fractures can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, falls, or sports injuries. Common symptoms include: swelling, bruising, and an inability to bear weight.

In 2012, the Court in Riehl v Hamilton (City), 2012 ONSC 3333 awarded the injured person $75,000 for injuries that included a fracture of the lateral tibial plateau.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

 

 

Receiving the Settlement You Deserve

People often believe that settlement value is mostly determined by the extent of the injury. While this is a factor, the most important information is how the injury has impacted your life. In other words, what does the injury prevent you from being able to do and how does this affect you?

I encourage you to view my previous article about seeking compensation for leg and knee injuries, wherein I discuss, in greater detail, the injury and how victims can receive the compensation they deserve.

A thorough lawyer should take the time to fully understand your specific situation, including your life and responsibilities before and after your accident, to ensure you do not under-settle your case. By quantifying every possible loss, you are more likely to receive a just settlement that will help to ease the financial burdens that usually occur during recovery.


If you have sustained a personal injury at another party’s fault, please contact me and my team of experienced personal injury lawyers for a free consultation.

*Roger R. Foisy is not a medical professional. The advice in this blog is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice.

Watch my video series about personal injury law.

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Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Hip and Pelvis Injuries

By Roger Foisy on August 13th, 2019

Hip and pelvis injuries were once a common result of motor vehicle accidents. But with advanced safety features including lower console and lower door side airbags, these injuries have been greatly reduced. However they remain a prominent outcome of slip/trip and fall accidents, particularly for the elderly.

In this article, we will take a look at hip and pelvis injuries and historical examples of the personal injury settlement values victims have received:

Intertrochanteric Fracture

Intertrochanteric Fracture Diagram

A fracture in the hip region often caused by a hard fall. These fractures are most common in individuals above 80 years of age. Common symptoms include: the leg feeling shortened, externally rotated, and/or groin pain with leg movement.

In 2014, the Court in Manzoor Ur-Rahman v Oma Devi Mahatoo et al, 2014 ONSC 2636 awarded the injured person $90,000 for injuries that included an intertrochanteric fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

 

Labral Tear of the Hip DiagramLabral Tear of the Hip 

The labrum is a rim of soft tissue surrounding the hip socket that adds to the stability of the hip. Common symptoms of a labral tear of the hip include: pain in the groin or front of the hip, locking, clicking or a catching sensation in the hip. Hip labral tears are generally caused by trauma (IE. car accident), structural abnormalities, and repetitive motions (IE. twisting in golf).

In 2012, the Court in Macdonald v Hazel, 2012 BCSC 2079 awarded the injured person $80,000 for injuries that included a labral tear of the hip.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Right Superior Fracture of the Inferior Pubic Rami Right Superior Fracture of the Inferior Pubic Rami Diagram

These fractures occur in the pelvic area and are often the result of a direct blow. These fractures often result from a fall from a standing position or in motor vehicle accidents. Common symptoms include: groin pain, leg pain, difficulty walking.

In 1992, the Court in Olah v Goedecke, [1992] BCJ No 2585 awarded the injured person $55,000 for injuries that included a pelvic fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Receiving the Settlement You Deserve

People often believe that settlement value is mostly determined by the extent of the injury. While this is a factor, the most important information is how the injury has impacted your life. In other words, what does the injury prevent you from being able to do and how does this affect you?

I encourage you to view my previous article about seeking compensation for arm, wrist, and hand injuries, wherein I discuss, in greater detail, the injury and how victims can receive the compensation they deserve.

A thorough lawyer should take the time to fully understand your specific situation, including your life and responsibilities before and after your accident, to ensure you do not under-settle your case. By quantifying every possible loss, you are more likely to receive a just settlement that will help to ease the financial burdens that usually occur during recovery.


 If you have sustained a personal injury at another party’s fault, please contact me and my team of experienced personal injury lawyers for a free consultation.

*Roger R. Foisy is not a medical professional. The advice in this blog is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice.

Watch my video series about personal injury law.

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Personal Injury Potential Settlement Values: Wrist and Hand Injuries

By Roger Foisy on July 10th, 2019

In our previous article, we discussed arm injuries and how they are often caused by defensive instincts just before impact from a motor vehicle accident. Similarly, wrist and hand injuries are often defensive, and particularly common in slip and fall accidents. In this article, we will take a look at three arm, wrist, and hand injuries and historical examples of the personal injury settlement values victims have received:

Scaphoid FractureScaphoid Fracture

The scaphoid is one of the eight carpal bones of the wrist. Scaphoid fractures are commonly caused by falls onto an outstretched hand. Symptoms include: Wrist pain, swelling or bruising at the thumb side of the wrist.

In 2013, the Court in Matthew Pierce and Robert Pierce v. City of Hamilton, 2013 ONSC 6485 awarded the injured person $75,000 for injuries that included a scaphoid fracture.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Carpal Tunnel SyndromeCarpal Tunnel Syndrome 

Carpal tunnel syndrome results in numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand as a result of pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. Common symptoms include: numbness or pain in the hand, forearm or wrist; occasional tingling in the hand, occasional pain in the forearm, and stiffness in the fingers.

In 2012, the Court in Shaw v Shaw, 2012 ONSC 590 awarded the injured person $65,000 for injuries that included carpal tunnel syndrome.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Partial Tear of the Flexor Tendon of the Fifth DigitPartial Tear of the Flexor Tendon of the Fifth Digit

A partial tear of the flexor tendon of the fifth digit (the “pinky”) can affect your ability to bend and straighten the fifth digit. Tears can be caused by cuts or sudden pulls against a strong grip. Common symptoms include: inability to bend the fifth digit, pain when fifth digit is bent, and numbness in the fingertip.

In 2003, the Court in Allen v Lawrence Avenue Group Ltd, 2003 CanLII 43571 awarded the injured person $50,000 for injuries that included a tear for the fifth digit.

To read the full decision on CanLII, click here.

Receiving the Settlement You Deserve

People often believe that settlement value is mostly determined by the extent of the injury. While this is a factor, the most important information is how the injury has impacted your life. In other words, what does the injury prevent you from being able to do and how does this affect you?

I encourage you to view my previous article about seeking compensation for arm injuries, wherein I discuss, in greater detail, the injury and how victims can receive the compensation they deserve.

A thorough lawyer should take the time to fully understand your specific situation, including your life and responsibilities before and after your accident, to ensure you do not under-settle your case. By quantifying every possible loss, you are more likely to receive a just settlement that will help to ease the financial burdens that usually occur during recovery.


If you have sustained a personal injury at another party’s fault, please contact me and my team of experienced personal injury lawyers for a free consultation.

*Roger R. Foisy is not a medical professional. The advice in this blog is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice.

Watch my video series about personal injury law.

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