Walnut Creek Paralysis Attorneys
Suffered Paralysis Due to Another’s Negligence? Call (925) 275-5592.
Typically caused by spinal cord injuries, neck injuries, or traumatic back injuries, paralysis is life changing. The spinal cord, if severed or crushed during an accident or bruised because of damage to surrounding discs, rarely rebuilds itself. The damage to the spinal cord from an injury results in reduced sensation, mobility, and function to all or part of the body. In severe cases of paralysis, the individual may suffer permanent loss of these senses.
The two types of paralysis include:
- Paraplegia – being paralyzed from the waist down
- Quadriplegia – partial or total loss of all limbs
While quadriplegia is considered a more severe form of paralysis, both types can be seriously life-altering. Whether you or a loved one has been a victim of an accident that led to paralysis, do not hesitate to contact Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook.
Set up a free consultation by calling the firm at (925) 275-5592.
Handling a Comprehensive Range of Paralysis Cases
Paralysis can originate from a spinal cord injury, neck injury, nerve damage can be caused by a wide range of serious accidents. At our firm, our Walnut Creek paralysis lawyers handle all types of injury cases.
If you have suffered paralysis due to any of the following, call our firm:
- Car, truck, or motorcycle accidents
- Slip or trip and falls
- Construction accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Falling objects
- Industrial accidents
The attorneys at Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook have handled many cases involving injuries to the spinal cord. If you or a loved one is paralyzed as a result of an accident, we can help you determine if you qualify for compensatory damages for your injuries. We have obtained multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for our clients, allowing them to recover financially, emotionally, and physically to the best of their abilities.
Building Strong Cases for Paralysis Victims
At our firm, we use investigators, specialists, and experts to determine who is liable for our clients’ catastrophic injuries. When you retain our counsel, we consult with life-care planners to understand the extent of the treatment you may require. From this, we can calculate the financial impact of the paralysis on your life. This may include the costs of remodeling your home, the purchase of wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment, and the costs of ongoing rehabilitation. Having a firm that puts in the work to calculate such expenses is crucial when it comes to securing maximum compensation for your paralysis accident.
Ready to discuss your case with our Walnut Creek paralysis attorneys?
Call (925) 275-5592 today.