A spinal cord injury is a serious occurrence that can leave a victim facing a prolonged and difficult recovery process.
A Spinal Cord Injury can lead to partial or full paralysis of an individual’s legs and/or arms. The degree of paralysis can vary and is based on the extent of the injury. It is a life-altering condition that can impact a victim as well as a victim’s family.
Spinal Cord Injuries can be classified as either complete or incomplete. Incomplete paraplegia is a result of a spinal cord injury that has not completed severed the spinal cord. A complete paraplegia occurs when an individual has no motor control or feeling below the level of injury.
Spinal cord injuries can occur in a variety of accident types including:
- Minor Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- ATV Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Slip-and-Fall Accidents
Our skilled litigators advocate on your behalf to pursue compensation for conditions stemming from spinal cord injuries, including paralysis, quadriplegia, or paraplegia.
If you, or a loved one, have been the victim of a spinal cord injury due to an accident that was caused by no fault of your own, it is important for you to understand your rights to pursue compensation.
The person who acted negligently may be responsible for:
- Medical Bills
- Lost Wages
- Housekeeping and Home Maintenance
- Attendant Care Needs
- Pain and Suffering
Contact a Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer at Lamont Law
If you or someone you love has been a victim of an accident and suffered complete or incomplete paraplegia, our team at Lamont Law can help. The Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers at Lamont Law will identify the party(s) that are liable, by conducting a thorough investigation. We will work with your healthcare professionals to determine the scope of the injuries. Our priority is to ensure that you can focus on your recovery while we focus on your compensation Contact us today and speak with a Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer for a free consultation!