Spinal cord injury is the primary cause of paraplegia and quadriplegia, both of which are very serious, life-altering disabilities. You deserve compensation if your paralysis was caused by someone else’s negligence. Our determined, experienced catastrophic injury attorneys will fight passionately to recover compensation on your behalf. For a free case evaluation, please call Whetstone Perkins & Fulda. Our Columbia paralysis injury lawyers are here to support you throughout the legal process.
When Negligence Leads to Mobility Loss
Our lawyers have handled numerous paralysis injury cases over the years. In quadriplegia and paraplegia cases, oftentimes the disabilities are caused by one of the following:
- Auto accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Boat accidents
- Birth injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Construction accidents
- Falls from heights
Paraplegia and quadriplegia involves partial or total loss of function in the legs, and sometimes the arms and torso as well. Any damages from a lawsuit must adequately compensate you for the way these disabilities have impacted your life – financially, physically, emotionally, and otherwise. There is no cure for quadriplegia or paraplegia, and you may need many lifestyle modifications in order to live with your disability.
Can I Sue for a Paralysis Injury?
The attorneys of Whetstone Perkins & Fulda use qualified and experienced experts who evaluate damages and provide testimony in mobility loss cases. These experts include MDs and RNs who actually function as professional case managers serving paraplegics and quadriplegics in their communities. They often assist our clients by sharing their vast knowledge of specialized services, resources, and benefits to improve clients’ long-term quality of life. Our dedication to connecting clients with these specialists and case managers, as well as our knowledge of assistive technologies, helps set us apart. Our aim in litigating these cases is to ensure that injured parties will have their needs met for the rest of their lives, by recovering compensation for things including:
- Medical expenses
- Cost of in-home care services
- Costs of current and future rehabilitation services
- Costs of wheelchairs and other adaptive devices
- Lost income
- Diminished earning potential
- Pain and suffering
We put all of our experience, knowledge, and skills to work in recovering compensation on your behalf. We have extensive resources and access to a wide network of experts, and we offer you the personalized, one-on-one attention you deserve.
Contact Our Columbia Paralysis Injury Attorneys
If you have developed mobility loss as a result of someone else’s negligence, please contact Whetstone Perkins & Fulda today. Our Columbia paralysis injury lawyer could help you understand your legal rights.