Paralysis, Quadriplegia and Paraplegia Lawyer
Nationwide Representation in Medical Malpractice Claims
Paralysis is one of the most serious injuries that an individual may suffer. Losing feeling and the ability to control part of the body may mean that you can no longer enjoy the activities that you once did, can no longer work in the same field, or that you will require living assistance for the rest of your life. Paralysis may be related to medical malpractice in any of a number of ways, including
birth injuries, or other situations where a doctor, surgeon or other medical professional fails to provide a standard level of care to a patient.
Talking to an experienced medical malpractice and negligence attorney can shed light on your case. You can find out important information about what your claim may be worth, who may be held responsible, and other important information. Because of its permanence, paralysis is an injury that may result in significant financial recovery. This can make a big difference in your ability to pay for continued medical care and living expenses if you are unable to work. Your lawyer may also be able to recover compensation for emotional trauma as well.
About Paralysis, Quadriplegia and Paraplegia
Paralysis is a condition in which a person cannot move a group of muscles or a limb. Injury to the nerves either in the spinal cord or in a nerve group after it exits the spinal cord will cause the patient to lose feeling and the ability to control a part of the body. Paralysis may be partial or total, and may affect one limb, two limbs, or the whole body. Paraplegia is paralysis of both the legs, while quadriplegia is a paralysis of both the arms and the legs. Paralysis may occur due to physical injury, such as in an auto accident or an assault. When it pertains to medical malpractice or negligence, you may be able to file a lawsuit and recover financial damages for your injuries.
Contact paralysis attorney,Dr. Bruce Fagel at our firm today for a free consultation.