Spinal Cord Injury Paralysis Attorney

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury or paralysis may be the most life-changing and devastating injury that a person can suffer in a car accident. One moment a person is able to function normally. Seconds later, he or she is unable to move various body parts for the rest of their lives.

While America is becoming increasingly accommodating to the needs of victims of paralysis, people with spinal cord injuries face challenges on a daily basis. This realization can be difficult to cope with for someone newly dealing with their injury.

At the Law Offices of Aiken & Aiken, P.C., we offer compassion and support to those who suffered paralysis due to a car accident or other serious accident. Our personal injury attorneys pursue compensation on behalf of paraplegics and quadriplegics throughout Massachusetts. If you or a loved one has suffered a form of paralysis, contact us to discuss your case.

 

Understanding the Legal and Medical Aspects of Your Claim

As experienced personal injury attorneys, we understand the legal aspects of injury claims. However, we also understand the medical aspect of these complex cases. We provide insight to help our clients understand paralysis injuries as well as how we can help them.

Paraplegia: Paraplegics have usually suffered a spinal cord injury to their lower back. The damage to the spinal cord typically causes paralysis of the legs and lower torso. Paraplegics will usually need to use wheelchair for the rest of their lives.

Quadriplegia: Quadriplegics have usually suffered a spinal cord injury to their upper back or neck. While each injury is unique, many quadriplegics suffer paralysis to the torso and legs, but also may have little or no movement in their arms, hands or neck.

 

Cape Cod Spinal Cord Injury Paralysis Attorney:
We’re Here for the Long Road Ahead

For most people, paralysis resulting from a car accident is permanent. However, they may endure months or even years of medical treatment and rehabilitation to improve the conditions of the injury. Extensive therapy may be necessary to learn how to manage activities of daily living, such as getting dressed or moving around the house.

We strive to ensure you get the help you need. We fight to recover the full compensation that you deserve and need for your current and future care.

If you or a loved one has suffered paralysis resulting from a car accident, please contact us at (508) 771-2266 or toll free (800) 794-2291 to discuss your claim with an experienced personal injury lawyer.