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Ontario Orthopedic Injury Lawyers


Have you Suffered an Orthopedic Injury As the Result of an Accident? We Can Help.

Serious injuries to your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, or nerves can all be considered orthopedic injuries in nature. Some orthopedic injuries can have lasting effects that seriously hinder your ability to move, work, and otherwise maintain an active lifestyle. 

Strype Injury Law consists of highly experienced trial lawyers who have represented clients in more than 250 trials. We know what it takes to be successful in proving liability when an orthopedic injury has occurred.

Our lawyers will examine every aspect of the case and work with our highly experienced team of medical professionals to obtain the information and insight necessary to secure a successful post-injury settlement and/or accident benefits.


Types of Orthopedic Injuries

  • Shoulder Injuries: Rotator Cuff and Tendonitis.
  • Arm Injuries: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis Elbow, Colles Fracture.
  • Spine Injuries: Spinal Fusion, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolysis.
  • Knee Ligament Injuries: ACL Injuries, PCL Injuries, Collateral Ligaments.

Timing is Critical for Orthopedic Injuries

Lack of timely care can result in further injuries and complications such as chronic pain and permanent effects on mobility.

How a Personal Injury Lawyer can Help you in the Event of an Orthopedic Injury

Strype Personal Injury Lawyers will negotiate  with your insurance company and refer you to our extensive network of medical professionals to ensure that you  receive the best treatment for injuries you  sustained in a traumatic accident. We can also help with timely access to medical services in an effort to prevent further injury or degeneration of your condition.

We will be your advocate and negotiate or litigate for as long as it takes for you to receive a reasonable settlement. We’ll work closely with you to ensure you receive all available benefits (accident, disability, third-party liability or tort).

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