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Catastrophic injuries are classified as injuries which have debilitating and serious impairment which meets the criteria under the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). Being deemed catastrophic in relation to Accident Benefits entitles an injured person to comprehensive access to many more benefits compared to an individual who is not considered catastrophic. Some catastrophic impairment injuries include: quadriplegia, paraplegia, amputations, or other impairment causing total and permanent loss of use of an arm or leg, total vision loss in both eyes, as well as certain marked extreme impairments due to mental, psychological, or behavioural disorders. A score of 2 or 3 on the Glasgow Outcome Scale, according to a test administered more than 6-months after the accident, could be considered catastrophic impairment.
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