Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP – Personal Injury Law – Orthopaedic Injuries

Fractures or broken bones are a common result of car accidents and falls, and the long term effects from these types of injuries can be significant including the need for surgeries and therapies, chronic, physical, emotional and psychological pain and suffering, arthritis, financial losses, and other long term complications. Functionally, there are often concerns with being able to do your job, take care of yourself and your family responsibilities, and long-term medical needs.

At Howie, Sacks & Henry, we have significant experience handling many types of orthopaedic injury cases including:

  • simple bone fractures
  • complex fractures
  • knee injuries
  • shoulder injuries
  • arm and wrist injuries
  • hand injuries
  • leg, knee and ankle injuries
  • ligament damage and injury
  • cartilage damage and injury
  • muscle damage and injury
  • tissue damage and injury

You are a life, not just a file

We handle all personal injury claims with professionalism and compassion, ensuring you receive the compensation you are entitled to for your pain, suffering, damages and future needs.

Among the best in Canada

Since 2011 Canadian Lawyer Magazine rated us one of the top personal injury law firms in Canada. Why? With more than 30 years experience helping accident victims and their families, we understand the laws that affect your rights to compensation because we’ve helped shape those laws in favour of accident victims.

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At Howie, Sacks & Henry we genuinely care about the people we represent. We understand how serious injuries affect you and your family, and will work closely with you, with compassion and integrity, to help give you peace of mind. To us a client isn’t just a file, it’s a life.

We’re available 24/7 for a free consultation at 877-771-7006. Or complete our online form and we’ll get back to you within one business day.

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