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Paciocco Mellow Injury Lawyers
635 Erie Street East, Unit A Windsor, Ontario N9A 3Y1 View the map

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The Windsor Ontario Injury Lawyers of Paciocco & Mellow have a combined total of over seventeen years representing people involved 
in car accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog bites and wrongful death claims. Please complete the contact form on this page or call us at (519) 915-SORE(7673) to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers.

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As soon as an accident occurs to an individual, the first question that comes to one’s mind, “should a get a 100% claim?” As medical procedures are very expensive including the loss of income in the days of injury, a person always desires 100% compensation. In most cases the expense cannot be actually defined unless the entire treatment is done and the person is able to lead a normal life again, if not the worse happens.

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Emotional distress refers to the psychological or mental trauma that can result from negligent conduct, and it can often be difficult to differentiate typical stress and emotional distress. Emotional trauma from a personal injury or accident can result in anxiety, depression, and stress that can cause or contribute to the person developing a psychological or psychiatric disorder. There are several signs that you can look for after an accident that may point toward emotional distress:

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In the summer of 2014, a Nova Scotia woman by the name of Corry MacPhee-Morrison required 200 stitches to close up a wound caused by a pit bull bite. The attack occurred at her brother’s home, and the dog belonged to the brother’s girlfriend. While MacPhee-Morrison calls the attack unprovoked, the dog owner disputed these claims and said that the animal was simply protecting his owner after MacPhee-Morrison struck her in the face.

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