Paralysis Injury Lawyer
PARALYSIS: Has an accident left you paralyzed?
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident resulting in paralysis, you probably know of the many physical, mental, and emotional, challenges on your road ahead. Few injuries are as devastating as paralysis. Victims left paralyzed as the result of an accident are frequently forced to quit their jobs when medical expenses start to become overwhelming.
Paralysis can result from any occurrence that breaks, fractures, crushes, dislocates or otherwise damages vertebrae, including:
- Car wrecks or auto accidents;
- Motorcycle crashes;
- Bicycle accidents;
- Sport or head injuries;
- Slip-and-fall accidents;
- Construction zone or site accidents; and
- Work-related accidents.
If you’ve suffered from paralysis as the result of an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, lost wages, and/or pain and suffering. Do not face this battle alone. We are a team of lawyers and experts experienced with paralysis injuries.
An injury such as paralysis will likely require lifelong medical attention. By maximizing your settlement, we work to ensure you have the financial compensation necessary for your immediate and long-term needs. One of our top priorities is to secure the maximum amount of benefits and compensation in your injury claim.
Paralysis from Auto Accidents
Our team will work on your behalf to investigate liability in your accident, and we will fight in negotiations, or in front of a judge or jury to hold those accountable for you or your loved one’s injury. In paralysis cases, it is particularly important to thoroughly investigate your accident, including analyzing component parts that make up the vehicle. In past cases, we have found that a paralysis injury would not have been as severe had all of the component parts of a vehicle functioned properly. Our team of paralysis lawyers stay up to date with product liability lawsuits, in Kansas and throughout the United States. We analyze:
- Vehicle stability
- Roof crush;
- Road defects and road conditions;
- Seat belt defects; and
- Other auto defects.
Our determination and success is demonstrated in a case in which we represented a child paralyzed after a vehicle door opened during a rollover accident. We recovered a considerable confidential settlement for our young injured client against a foreign auto manufacturer.
Forensic and Medical Paralysis Experts
Damages in a lawsuit are proportionate with the degree of paralysis an individual has suffered and its financial impact. In cases involving a paralysis injury, your case hinges on working with the correct team who can assess and address all of the important considerations that arise when a paralysis injury is litigated. A lawyer with experience handling a case with the complexities a paralysis injury presents is necessary to persuade the court you are entitled to the maximum level of compensation for your injuries.
Our experienced team will review your injuries, digitize your medical records, and hire the appropriate medical experts to evaluate the extent of your paralysis injury to determine the damages you are entitled to for today and down the road. An experienced paralysis lawyer may also hire a forensic expert to determine the elements in an accident that led to a paralysis injury, or an accident reconstruction expert to show exactly how the accident occurred. Our team frequently uses medical experts to testify about paralysis injuries as well, to properly show how your health has been affected and the burdens paralysis has placed on your life.
Contact the Paralysis Lawyers at Patterson Legal Group
Talk to an experienced paralysis lawyer at our firm today to learn about how our team can help. We handle all paralysis injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you do not pay for our services unless we win a recovery for your case.
Let our team work to organize and resolve the legal battle you are facing, while you and your doctor focus on your health and recovery. No amount of compensation can undo a paralysis injury, but compensation can help to provide the support to improve your health, quality of life, and day-to-day functions. Call us today for a free consultation at (888) 687-2400.