Spine injuryOne of the most serious injuries a person can sustain is a spinal cord injury.  The spinal cord is an extremely delicate system in our body that controls nearly every motor function we use in our daily lives from walking to shaking hands.  Nearly any kind of trauma to the spinal cord can cause partial or full paralysis and/or chronic pain.

If you or a loved one has been even partially paralyzed due to a spinal cord injury, you should seek help from a catastrophic injury attorney right away.  We often find that spinal cord injury victims are not at fault for their injury, but rather it was caused in an auto accident or a sporting accident.  If you are not at fault for your accident, you have a right to seek compensation from the at-fault party’s insurance company.

What Injuries are Associated with Spinal Cord Injury?

Like any other injury, a spinal cord injury can range in severity and can be associated with injuries to different areas of your body.

You may have a spinal cord injury if any of these other injuries are present:

  • Paralysis in any part of the body (paraplegia, tetraplegia, quadriplegia and paresthesia)
  • Neck injuries including “whiplash” or neck fractures causing chronic pain and/or pinched nerves
  • Serious back injuries including broken vertebrae, herniated discs and pinched nerves causing spinal cord injury or chronic, debilitating pain

Significant Cost of Care for Spinal Cord Injuries

With a catastrophic injury such as spinal cord damage, a victim will encounter a host of challenges for the rest of his or her life. These challenges include: loss of feeling, chronic pain, paralysis and even death.

The medical care needed with a spinal cord injury can create an enormous financial burden.  The financial damages may include the cost of some or all of the following:

  • Initial hospitalization
  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Temporary or permanent caregiver costs
  • Medication
  • Medical equipment such as wheel chairs
  • Adapting your home environment to a physical impairment
  • Lost wages now and in the future, often due to the inability to ever return to work

Without an experienced spinal injury lawyer to represent you, you may not realize the full cost of damages that have been created by the accident.  This is especially true when there will be significant future costs.  This type of injury can mean financial devastation.  You deserve every penny of available compensation to ease this hardship.  Moore Injury Law can help.

Spinal Injury Law Firm Moore Injury Law Has a Reputation for Winning

Lew Moore has over 30 years of experience in personal injury law.  He is tenacious in dealing with insurance companies to get you the compensation you deserve.  If the insurance company won’t offer you a fair settlement, Lew Moore will take your case to a jury trial.  Lew Moore and his team will give you their personal attention every step of the way.

Serious injuries deserve the very best representation and Moore Injury Law can give you just that; the very best.  Moore Injury Law has an incredible staff and team of experts available to develop your case to the fullest.  Don’t trust just anyone with your spinal injury case, call Moore Injury Law.

How Much Does a Spinal Injury Attorney Cost?

Moore Injury Law works on a contingency fee basis.  That means that we only get paid if and when you do.  There is no up-front fee.  We are paid a percentage of what we recover for you.

Our office staff is always happy to help answer your questions.  We always provide a free consultation.

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