Paralysis Caused by Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuit California for Paralysis Victims
Depending on at what point the spinal cord sustains injury, a victim may suffer from paraplegia or quadriplegia and full or partial paralysis. The spinal cord acts as a conduit for any and all messages to and from the brain and the rest of the body, an when the spine sustains physical trauma that results in a damaged, stretched or severed spinal cord, the victim will experience partial or total loss of feeling from that point downward. For example, a spinal cord injury at the neck may result in full paralysis from the neck down. If the victim suffers spinal cord injury toward the base of the spine, however, paralysis may be limited to the legs and lower body only.
If you or someone you know was partially or fully paralyzed in an accident or because of another person’s negligent conduct, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim in civil court. Pacific Attorney Group can meet with you to talk about your options. Our firm handles all types of claims related to spinal cord injury and paralysis, including slip and fall accidents, injuries from auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, workplace accidents and much more. We also take on claims involving medical malpractice, if a doctor’s negligence or wrongdoing led to paralysis, as well as cases involving intentional wrongdoing, such as a physical assault or attack.
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Your initial consultation with a lawyer at our firm is free. With over 35 years of experience with spinal cord injury lawsuit California, our lawyers have what it takes to address your case professionally and with compassionate and honest service. Whether an auto accident or any other incident led to spinal cord injury and therefore paralysis, we have the resources to properly investigate the matter and build a strong case on your behalf. With our help, you may be able to recover financial damages for medical care and lost wages as well as for future expenses that may arise.
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