Advocacy For Chronic Pain Sufferers

Chronic pain is different from a physical injury. It's the result of pain and soreness that lingers after physical damage has healed. Chronic pain symptoms range from aches and throbbing to soreness and stiffness. They can take the form of headaches, migraines, muscle pain and back problems.

My name is Sulaiman Mangal. My firm, Sulaiman Mangal Professional Corporation, provides legal support to pursue sufficient compensation for chronic pain symptoms after an accident. As a personal injury lawyer based in Toronto , Ontario, I focus on helping you fight for the financial support to move forward after an accident.

The Impact On Your Day-To-Day Routine

Chronic pain can appear long after your injuries have healed. It's a difficult ailment to track as it doesn't show up on traditional scans or monitors. With nearly 20 years of experience litigating personal injury cases, I can strategically pursue a settlement suited to your needs that is backed by a network of medical professionals and valuation experts. I use their reports and assessments of you injuries, your quality of life and the losses you face to effectively position your rights to compensation from insurance companies.

I will determine what your life was like before your accident and the effects of your injuries on your day-to-day routine. Because chronic pain is generally a subjective complaint, it's important to determine the exact nature the consequences have on your activities of life.

Legal Advice On Insurance Policies

If chronic pain prevents you from earning income, taking care of your family or accomplishing your everyday tasks, I will advocate for your right to meaningful compensation. My experience working on personal injury cases allows us to leverage my knowledge of insurance policies and procedures to determine the best course of action for your situation.

Arrange A Meeting With Sulaiman Mangal

Contact my firm at 289-814-5838 and schedule a free consultation. You can also send me an email using our online form.