Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer
National Personal Injury Attorneys – (414) 272-5564
Spinal cord injuries are devastating in all circumstances. There is very rarely any sort of spinal damage that is not catastrophic, either immediately or as time goes on. Due to the fragility of the spine and the sensitivity of the spinal column, devastating spinal cord injuries may occur in a variety of situations and accidents.
Incidents that could cause a spinal cord injury include:
- Car accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Slip and fall incidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bus accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
At Casey Law Offices, S.C., our spinal cord injury attorneys have helped many clients throughout our 25 years of legal experience through complicated catastrophic injury cases, including spinal cor.d and brain injuries We fully understand how harrowing spinal damage can be, and we genuinely want to do all we can to help you through this time with as little discomfort and stress as possible.
Contact us today to learn more about our services and your legal options.
How Spinal Cord Damage Could Affect You
It is difficult for doctors to predict exactly what spinal cord damage will do after a devastating accident. Commonly, such harm will result in some form of extensive or permanent discomfort or debilitation. In order to minimize the extent of the damage caused, it is crucial to see a doctor as soon as possible.
Symptoms and consequences of spinal cord injury are:
- Paralysis (temporary or permanent)
- Numbness in extremities
- Difficulty standing
- Pain when lying down or sitting
- Unexplained headaches
- Muscle stiffness
If you believe you have suffered a back injury but are not sure, please contact your trusted medical physician at your earliest convenience. Your health may depend on it.
We Will Fight for Your Compensation
Recovering from a spinal cord injury, when possible, will be expensive. Rehabilitation therapy could be necessary for years to come, and multiple surgeries might be required to repair the damage.
If you are interested in learning about whether you have a case, call us at (414) 272-5564. Consultations are provided free of charge.