Are You Suffering from Paralysis?
Seek compensation with The Dunnion Law Firm!
Paralysis is the inability to move or use certain body parts. There is
a loss of muscle function, usually immediately after an injury, consisting
of damage to the nervous brain system, especially the spinal cord. An
injury tears or compresses nerves that can cause paralysis. Spinal cord
injuries account for approximately 23% of people with paralysis, 4% from
traumatic brain injury, 2% from birth defects, and 7% from cerebral palsy.
In the United States, some 1,275,000 people reported paralysis from a
spinal cord injury. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident resulting
in paralysis, it is important that you contact a California personal injury
attorney at The Dunnion Law Firm for legal advice concerning the compensation
you deserve for your injuries.
Are you in need of a paralysis injury attorney?
In a condition of paralysis, a person experiences a loss of feeling either
localized (in one small area of the body) or general (over a large area
of the body). Such cases involve more than the original injury that resulted
in the paralysis. A secondary condition follows, involving such things as:
- Bladder management or bowel care
- Depression and pain
- Respiratory health
- Sexual health
- Uncontrolled spasms
Birth accidents, horseback riding, car crashes,
motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, and
pedestrian accidents are common causes of paralysis. Therapy treatment for paralysis is an
expensive and long-term rehabilitation process. Depending on the circumstances
of the accident, you may be able to sue for damages in the form of lost
wages and future earnings, medical expenses incurred and continued medical
care costs, loss of companionship, and consortium.
Dealing with an incident of paralysis can be very trying on family members.
For this reason, our lawyers at The Dunnion Law Firm are dedicated to
dealing with the legal aspects of an accident. We care about the suffering
paralysis victims and family members endure.
Contact The Dunnion Law Firm
free, no-obligation consultation with one of our lawyers.