Paraplegia and quadriplegia always mean a change in mobility. A spinal cord injury can often mean a change in living and occupational conditions. How can our attorneys help you?
- A thorough investigation: We will investigate the accident that caused your spinal cord injury with the objective of finding all potentially liable parties. Your personal injury lawyer will monitor your medical records and keep the insurance company informed about the extent of your injuries.
- Quality of life: Life is not the same after a spinal cord injury, but we do everything we can to assure that our clients achieve the best possible quality of life. Our law firm works with therapists and lifecare planners to determine what the spinal cord injury victim needs.
- Financial security: Going forward, the paraplegic or quadriplegic will require special equipment, special accommodations, physical therapy, emotional therapy, occupational therapy and compensation for lost financial opportunities. At our law firm, we consult with economists to understand the complete costs and to structure a financial settlement that will last a lifetime.
- A plan for the family: When one member of the family suffers a spinal cord injury, it affects the entire family. One of our objectives in a settlement is to make sure parents, the spouse, siblings or other caregivers have help with their responsibilities.
Neck injuries and back injuries can affect the spinal cord. Depending on the location of the injury, victims can have different degrees of paralysis and different treatment needs. Talk to lawyers who understand the effects of injuries to the spine.
You are welcome to call 866-668-7179 or e-mail our law firm to talk about your injuries or a loved one’s wrongful death. If you cannot come to the office, we will come to your hospital room or home. We want to help you and your family through this.