I've Lost My Sense of Smell - And I'm a Cook
You were in a car accident and you suffered a bunch of different injuries.
But the kicker is you suffered a brain injury and lost your sense of smell.
Now, for some people this might not be that big a deal. Perhaps a bit of a an annoyance.But nothing that causes a significant problem on a day to day basis.
But you - you're a cook in a restaurant. And you've been a cook for the last 25 years.
It's all you know.
So when the shipment of vegetables comes in you need to give it a good sniff in order to make sure if it's fresh enough to meet your customers expectations.
And when you're cooking that chicken dishes all your customer rave about - we'll the only way you can be sure it's up to par is by SMELLING it.
Safety is also something that you're concerned about.
You know from experience that a kitchen in a busy restaurant is a place where things need to be done quickly. And in the past you've been able to rely on all your senses to get the job done.
But the other day you were trying to cook something at home and the phone rang. Well, you started talking and whatever was on the stove got burned to a crisp.
You see in the past you would have SMELLED trouble brewing in your kitchen. However, now you can't rely on your sense of smell.
Does all this sound familiar?
Are you interested in talking about how your loss of your sense of smell and the compensation you may be seeking from ICBC for your injuries intersect ?
If so, give me a call at 604-255-9018 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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