Case Results

At JEWELL RADIMISIS JORGE LL.P., our personal injury lawyers are here to help you receive the compensation you deserve. Many times personal injury cases can unravel in ways that no one can expect and that is why we tailor our strategies to our client’s specific case. Our lawyers will never generalize your case strategy, giving you the best possible outcome in your specific case. Check out our past case results and know that you are in capable hands.

  • $1,700,259
    Motor Vehicle Collision

    On October 7, 2015 at 5:30 p.m., EZ was operating her vehicle and was sideswiped while the Defendant made an improper lane change. There was over $2,100.00 of damage to her car. She was feeling a great deal of pain in her neck, shoulders, head and jaw, with painful ongoing headaches. She was hoping that with physical therapy, and taking over the counter pain medications as well as muscle relaxants, she would be ok. EZ was in complete denial about what had happened. She was trying to keep it together for her new position at work and did not want anything jeopardizing this opportunity. At only 23 years of age, at the time the collision of October of 2015 occurred, she had moved up swiftly to the sales corporate ladder at Bell Canada, landing herself into a lifelong career that could have lead to a senior executive at Bell. This is despite not completing a university education. Her employment file shows glowing work evaluations which speak of promotion after promotion and customers emailing her managers about compliments about her. She continued to suffer with bilateral TMJ pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, headaches, Post-Traumatic Stress, and anxiety. She suffered with debilitating depression and anxiety, as well as chronic suicidal ideation. Her mental health became so fragile that several times throughout 2018 she presented at the emergency department at different hospitals, with suicidal ideation. She has been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. She was no longer capable of working at this point. Her insurance company then deemed her as being completely unable to work in any capacity for which she has education, training, and experience. The collision permanently changed the course of her life. EZ now has functional limitations with her daily social, recreational, and employment activities.

    Tina Radimisis, Partner at JEWELL RADIMISIS JORGE LL.P. was successful in getting EZ’s Long-Term Disability Benefits reinstated and her CPP Disability benefits approved. In addition to these benefits, Tina was successful in securing a $1,700,259.66 settlement for EZ. Much of these monies were put into a structured settlement which will accrue tax free interest where EZ will received monies every month so that she can live comfortably and get the help and services she needs.

  • $1,525,000
    Motor Vehicle Collision Mr. N was driving a motor vehicle turning onto a road when another motor vehicle, travelling at a very high speed struck Mr. N’s vehicle. Mr. N was in the hospital and rehabilitation centre for 3 months. Initially he was in a coma. Mr. N suffered Closed Head Injury, Skull Fracture, Frontal Lobe Injuries, VI Cranial Nerve Damage with Internal Strabismus or Estropia, Injury of the Cranial IV and/or VI nerve impacting vision/eye movement, Diplopia Secondary to Left CN4 Palsy, Left Insula, Coma, Loss of Consciousness with Extended Post-Traumatic Amnesia, Amnesia, Anterograde and Retrograde, Left Pelvis Fracture, Fractures of the Ribs, Left Iliac Lytic Lesion, Traumatic Fractures in the Pelvis and Hips, Splenic Laceration/Contusion, Dysphagia and High Risk of Aspiration, Low Attenuation Structure in the Lower Pole of the Left Kidney, Kidney Contusion, Possible Cyst with Hemorrhage due to Trauma in the Abdomen or Small Focal Hematoma with Fluid Debris Level, Major Neurocognitive Disorder Due to Traumatic Brain Injury and Personality Changes due to Medical Condition, Traumatic Brain Injury, Personality Disorder Due to General Medical Condition, Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Anxiety and Depressed Mood, Anxiety Disorder Due to Medical Condition, Learning Disorder, Mild Cognitive Disorder with Double Vision. Mr. N lost his driver’s license and was deemed catastrophic by the insurance company. Mr. N will never be gainfully employed again. Mr. N will continue to require a significant amount of treatment into the future. Mr. N continues to suffer a substantial inability to perform the essential tasks of his pre-collision housekeeping and home maintenance. Mr. N is going to require living in a supervised environment on an ongoing basis. Our firm obtained a $1,525,000.00 settlement for Mr. N’s accident benefits case.
  • $1,200,000
    Motor Vehicle Collision Ms. C was driving on a road when her vehicle was struck by a third-party vehicle. Ms. C suffered the following injuries: Headaches, Dizziness, Blurry vision, Nausea, Neck pain, Bilateral shoulder tears, frozen right shoulder, and pain, Right hand pain, Right finger pain, Numbness and tingling in the right hand and arm, Back pain, Left hip pain, Right leg pain, Bilateral knee pain, Chest pain, Sleeping difficulties, Memory difficulties, Attention span difficulties, Concentration difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Phobia, Panic attacks, Irritability, Frustration, Stress, Fatigue, Nightmares, Flashbacks, Anger, Urinary urgency, Weight gain and Chronic Pain. Ms. C’s injuries were deemed catastrophic. Our firm obtained a $1,400,000.00 settlement for Ms. C’s case.
  • $1,200,000
    Fatality due to a Motor Vehicle Accident Mr. J was involved in a fatal collision. The force of the impact was so great that the Mr. J’s vehicle exploded and ignited on fire. Mr. J lost his life as a result of the collision. The late Ms. J left behind his wife, his two small children, his parents, and his siblings. Mr. J had a very promising career and was on the path to achieve those goals. Mr. J’s wife and children have lost the centre of their universe. They have lost Mr. J’s unconditional love and support in every single way. Mr. J’s parents, brothers, and sisters have also lost Mr. J’s love, close relationship, and the financial support that his parents relied on. All that Mr. J wanted was to support his family and provide a better life for them. Our firm obtained a $1,200,000.00 settlement for Mr. J’s case.
  • $1,000,000
    Two Motor Vehicle Accidents Ms. S was involved two violent collisions. As a result of the collisions, Ms. was diagnosed with the following: A 39-55% WPI, Meeting the Catastrophic Threshold, With Respect to Mental and Behavioural Impairments Under Criterion 9, with one Moderate to Marked (Class 3-4) Impairment Approaching the Catastrophic Threshold, C3-4 Nerve Root Irritation Bilaterally, Chronic Pain Secondary to Motor Vehicle Collisions, Chronic Post-Traumatic Headaches, Cervical Disc Disorder with Radiculopathy, Lumbago with Sciatica, Biomechanical Cervical and Lumbar Spine Pain, Disorders of the Vestibular Function, Dorsalgia, Musculoskeletal Back Pain, Whiplash Associated Disorder with Complaints of Neck Pain with Neurological Signs, Subluxation Complex (Vertebral) of the Thoracic Region, Subluxation Complex (Vertebral) of the Lumbar Region, Dislocation, Sprain and Strain of Joints and Ligaments of Shoulder Girdle, Thorax, Lumbar Spine, Pelvis, Knee and Hand, Injury of Neck Tendon, Injury to Forearm and Muscle and Tendon, Sprain and Stain of Rib and Sternum, Sprain and Strain of Joints and Ligaments of Other Unspecified Parts of Neck, Suicidal, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Severe Depression with Psychotic Symptoms, Major Depressive Disorder with Mixed Anxiety, Re-Aggravated Depression, Adjustment Disorder, Non-Organic Sleep Disorder, Isolated Phobia (drivers and passenger Anxiety), Problems Related to Life Management Difficulty, Problems Related to Certain Psychosocial Circumstances, Anxiety, Insomnia, Dizziness, Giddiness, Concentration Difficulty, Reduced Energy, Elevated Irritability, Social Isolation. As a result of the collisions, Ms. S was determined catastrophically impaired. She was deemed completely unemployable. Her quality of life was completely diminished. Our firm obtained a $1,000,000.00 settlement for Ms. S’s case.
  • $950,000
    Motor Vehicle Collision Mr. T was involved in a collision which resulted in the following injuries: Catastrophic Impairment based on 55% WPI, with 2 marked (Class 4) impairments, Catastrophic Impairment based on Criterion 8 according to IE Assessors, Major Depressive Disorder, Severe in Severity, with features of Anxiety, Pain Disorder associated with both Psychological Factors and a General Medical Condition, Chronic Pain Disorder, Depression, Mechanical low back pain secondary to L1 vertebrae compression fracture, A fracture of the L1 vertebral body through the anterior vertebral body, Lower back pain, Chronic bilateral wrist pain/strain, Umbilical hernia, Hypertension, Intermittent leg weakness sensation, Neck and head pain, and Insomnia. Mr. T’s injuries were deemed catastrophic by the insurance company. Following Mr. T’s inability to work, he and his wife were not able to keep up with their mortgage payments. As a result, they were forced to sell their home and moved to an apartment. This was devastating for Mr. T and his family. Mr. T’s life has been turned upside down. He lives with disabling pain day in and day out. He cannot be left alone. He has been suicidal during multiple periods. His condition was so poor that discoveries had to be conducted in his home. Our firm obtained a $950,000.00 settlement for Mr. T’s accident benefits case.
  • $655,000
    Motor Vehicle Collision

    Mr. B was an operator of a motor vehicle travelling on a road, when suddenly and without warning, Mr. B’s motor vehicle was violently rear ended by another motor vehicle and was pushed forward until the vehicles came to a rest. As a result of the collision, Mr. B has been diagnosed with the following: Very Small Central Disc Herniation at C4-5, A Sub-Acute C7 Radiculopathy, Mild Tendinopathy Within the Rotator Cuff Tendons, Chronic Pain Disorder, Chronic Injury of Muscle and Tendon Neck Level, Chronic Cervical Disc Disorder with Radiculopathy, Chronic Osseous and Subluxation Stenosis of Intervertebral Foramina, Chronic Chondromalacia Patellae, Chronic Impingement Syndrome of Shoulder, Chronic Rotator Cuff Sprain/Strain and Tendinopathy, Chronic Cervical Disc Disorders (Disc Bulge C3-C7), Chronic Sprain/Strain of Joints/Ligaments and Musculature of Thoracic Region, Chronic Sprain/S train of Joints/Ligaments and Musculature of Lumbar Spine, Chronic Lumbar Disc Disorders with Radiculopathy, Mild Closed Head Injury and Apparent Vasovagal Episode, Blackouts, Mechanical Cervical Pain, Mechanical Thoracic Pain, Mechanical Low Back Pain with Radiculopathy Posteriorly Down to the Level of Both Thighs, Cervical/Trapezius Myofacial Strain, with Cervical Facet Joint Irritation, Thoracic Contusion/Myofacial Pain, Right Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Right Shoulder Multifactorial Relation Radiation/Referred Pain from Central Axial Structures and Also Local Rotator Cuff Inflammation, Right Arm Symptoms Due to Radicular Irritation and Local Including Lateral Epicondylitis, Wrist Strain, Ulnar Neuropathy, Left Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis, Right Upper Trapezius Myofascial Strain, Significant Neurological Deficit in the Right Upper Extremity, Right Rotator Cuff and Bicipital Tendonitis, Right A-C Joint Strain, Right Medial Epicondylitis, Right Leg Radicular Symptoms, Numbness and Paresthesia Involving the Right Wrist and Hands, Costosternal Syndrome, Left Trochanteric Bursitis, Non Specific Weakness, Numbness and Possible Dystonia of the Right Hand, Possible Right Cervical Root Version Brachial Plexus Lesion, Cervicogenic Headaches, Post Traumatic Headaches, Mild Cognitive Disorder, Chronic Psychological and Behavioural Factors Associated with Disorders or Diseases Classified Elsewhere, Mood Disorder – Depression Which Would be Related to His Pain, Loss of Function, and Alteration in Life Situation, Major Depressive Disorder, Specific Isolated Phobias (driving, passenger), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Post Traumatic Fibromyalgia, Depression, Acute Stress Reaction, Somatic Symptom Disorder, with Predominant Pain, Moderate, Persistent, Nonorganic Insomnia, Chronic Sleep Terrors, Chronic Sleep Disorders, Sleep Disorder- Nonrestorative Sleep Would Be a Component to Perpetuating His Pain Diathesis, Fatigue- Likely Related to Nonrestorative Sleep, the Draining Effect of Constant Pain, Possibly Medication Side Effects, and Contributions from Mood Disorder. Our firm obtained a $655,000.00 settlement for Mr. B’s tort file.

  • $600,222
    Motor Vehicle Collision

    Mr. M was a passenger in a vehicle which was attempted to make a lane change to the right on a highway when an unidentified vehicle which was in the right lane clipped that vehicle from the rear. Mr. M’s vehicle then swerved onto the gravel shoulder and the other driver lost control of her vehicle. Mr. M’s vehicle started spinning, went into and over the 4-5 foot deep grass ditch, and went into a field, rolling over multiple times. Mr. M’s vehicle ultimately came to rest on its roof in the field. Mr. M lost consciousness and was taken at the hospital. Mr. M suffered the following injuries as a result of the collision: Closed head injury, Traumatic brain injury, Post-concussive syndrome, Retrograde amnesia, Head haematoma and swelling, Headaches, Ringing in the ears, Jaw pain, Neck pain, Shoulder pain, Back pain, Bilateral hand pain, Hip pain, Buttocks pain, Bilateral leg pain, Bilateral ankle and foot pain, Numbness and tingling in his body, Sleeping difficulties and Insomnia, Vision difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Phobia, Irritability, Frustration, Fatigue, Social withdrawal, Stress, Nose bleeds, Memory difficulties and long-term memory loss, Concentration difficulties, Nausea, Vomiting, Impaired sense of smell, Word-finding difficulties, information processing difficulties, and reduced problem-solving ability, Dull sense of taste, Decrease in libido and sexual functioning, and Chronic pain. Our firm obtained a $600,222.00 settlement for Mr. M’s file.

  • $532,185.74
    Motor Vehicle Accident

    Ms. R was a driver of a vehicle that was rear ended. The force of the impact was so great that Ms. R’s vehicle propelled forward and struck the vehicle in front of her. Ms. R was diagnosed with the following injuries: Headaches, Dizziness, Nausea, Neck pain due to disc desiccation, severe left neuroforaminal stenosis and osteophyte causing displacement of the cord, Bilateral shoulder pain, Numbness and tingling in the bilateral arms, hands, and fingers, Back pain due to disc dessication, disc bulging, traversing nerve root within the lateral recess, diffuse disc bulge abutting the left traversing nerve root, bilateral ligamentum flavum hypertrophy, severe central canal stenosis, Bilateral hip, leg, and knee pain, Bilateral foot pain which is so severe that the toes cramp up and curl, Numbness and tingling in the bilateral feet, Sleeping difficulties, Memory difficulties, Attention span difficulties, Concentration difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Phobia, Irritability, Frustration, Stress, Fatigue, Nightmares, Flashbacks, Loss of sexual libido, Scarring due to the back surgery which is 12 inches in length and extends from her tail bone up her back, Self-consciousness with respect to the scarring on her back, Weight gain, and Chronic pain. Our firm obtained a $532,185.74 settlement for Ms. R’s file.

  • $510,198.13
    Motor Vehicle Collision

    Ms. M was driving a motor vehicle when another motor vehicle, travelling at a very high speed rear-ended Ms. M’s vehicle. The force of the impact caused Ms. M’s vehicle to be pushed forward at least one car length, striking the vehicle in front of it. Ms. M sustained the following injuries and impairments as a result of the accident: Loss of consciousness, Headaches, Ringing in the ears, Dizziness, Nausea, Vomiting, Neck pain due to cervical straightening, probably due to muscular spasm, disc herniations, discophyte formation abutting the corn, disc bulging, nerve root impingement, Left shoulder pain due to subscapularis calcific tendinosis, partial thickness tear of supraspinatus tendon, Left elbow pain, Numbness in the arm and wrist, Left wrist pain, Chest Pain, Abdominal pain, Back pain due to disc space narrowing, osteophyte formation, and facet hypertrophy, disc bulging and disc herniation, Buttocks pain, Bilateral hip pain, Left leg pain, Left knee pain, Left ankle and foot pain, Numbness in the left leg, Sleeping and Memory difficulties, Headaches, Attention span difficulties, Concentration difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Phobia, Irritability, Frustration, Stress, Fatigue, Nightmares, Flashbacks and Chronic pain. Our firm obtained a $510,198.13 settlement for Ms. M’s accident benefits and tort file.

  • $400,000
    Motor Vehicle Accident

    Ms. A was involved in a violent collision. Ms. A was diagnosed with the following injuries: Headaches, Dizziness, Nausea, Closed comminuted fracture of the mid-shaft of the right tibia, Fracture of the right ankle involving the medial and lateral malleoli, Undisplaced fracture third metatarsal left foot, Comminuted fracture involving the distal diaphysis of the right tibia with mild to moderate medial along with mild anterior angulation of the fracture site, Displaced oblique fracture involving the right distal fibular meta-diaphysis with 1.0 cm medial displacement at the fracture site, Mild traumatic brain injury with brief post-traumatic amnesia, Post-traumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and adjustment, Chronic pain disorder, Chronic lumbar pain syndrome, Pain Disorder Associated with Both Psychological Factors and a General Medical Condition, Degenerative Disc Disease, Mechanical low back pain, Neck pain with tingling down the right arm, Open wound of abdomen, lower back and pelvis, Open wound of knee, Myofascial strain injury cervical spine, Myofascial strain injury lumbar spine, Extensive bruising all over body, Subcutaneous hematoma over right lateral aspect of right breast, Superficial abdominal abrasion lower abdomen, Lacerations left knee, Bilateral lacerations of the anterior abdominal wall laterally (both groins), Abrasion left clavicle, Intermittent headaches, Episodic post-traumatic headaches, Post-traumatic stiffness in right ankle and hind foot, Suicidal ideations, including 2 suicide attempts, Major Depressive Disorder, chronic, moderate severity, Major Depressive Disorder, single episode, unspecified, Reaction to severe stress, and adjustment disorder, Somatization disorder, Depression GAF = 51-60, Auditory hallucinations involving suicidal ideation, two to three times over a two-week period, approximately six months after collision, Anxiety Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (features of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Passenger Anxiety, and Social Anxiety), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Adjustment Disorder; and, Chronic pain disorder/Pain Disorder associated with both psychological factors and a general medical condition. Our firm obtained a $400,000.00 settlement for Ms. A’s accident benefits file.

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