Spinal cord injuries can cause agonizing pain throughout your entire body, unreparable nerve damage and even paralysis. Often, a person with a severe spinal cord injury will require a lifetime of care and additional expenses, including costly medical bills, alterations to the home to accommodate a wheelchair and other medical devises, and most likely loss of employment. Unless you seek expert legal advice, you may end up paying for some or all of these expenses yourself.
With spinal cord injury lawsuits, as with most personal injury lawsuits in general, the theory of negligence dominates the case. Whether you suffered a spinal cord injury due to a car accident or slipping on a surface that was not properly marked with cautionary warnings, your case will depend on your ability to show that negligence was a factor and that the party you are suing is “at fault”.
Proving fault in such a case can be complex on your own. An experienced personal injury attorney will guide you through the process, answer your questions, review the potential of your case and will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve.
Spinal cord injury is typically the result of a traumatic injury or blow to the spine. Common causes of spinal cord injury are:
At the Law Offices of Brent A Duque, we understand that every case is unique, so we have a team of experts on standby waiting to help you; we pride ourselves on being responsive and accessible, and we are always committed to going the extra mile for all of our clients.
We offer a free consultation, so bring in all of your questions and concerns; we’ll be happy to go over your accident to let you know if you have a solid case. Don’t depend on the insurance companies for compensation; they’re in it for the money, and if you skip out on legal representation, they’ll use that to take advantage of you.
Contact our Los Angeles County Personal Injury Attorney at 1-877-241-9554 to learn more about your legal options. A free consultation is just a phone call away. You can even use our online contact form, and we’ll reply to you quickly.
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