Paraplegia, Quadriplegia, Paralysis And Other Spinal Cord Injuries
The spinal cord is the highway of communication from the brain to the rest of the body. If your spinal cord is compressed, bruised or severed, you could lose sensation or suffer paralysis.
D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, has encountered numerous cases of spinal cord damage. We want to show you how making a catastrophic personal injury claim can help you in a time of uncertainty and suffering.
What Happens If The Spinal Cord Is Injured?
Spinal cord injuries can have severe consequences for you and your family. This damage can affect the motor skills and sensation in different areas of your body. The loss of these functions can also lead to other significant medical issues such as burns or fractures.
Catastrophic injuries such as paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia might arise after spinal cord damage. Our law firm offers seasoned counsel so you can take the correct legal steps to pursue maximum compensation.
Common Causes Of Spinal Cord Damage
Damage to the spinal cord may occur in auto collisions, falls from heights, acts of violence or other dangerous incidents. In these situations, someone else might be responsible for causing your injury.
The negligent party may be responsible for paying compensation for your related expenses such as:
- Diagnostic testing and general medical care
- Physical therapy
- Long-term care
- Lost income
In the aftermath of a spinal cord injury due to someone else’s negligence, contact a personal injury lawyer to learn about your rights. Our firm, with offices in Providence and Warwick, can help you fight for fair and full compensation for all damages.
Your Right To Compensation
As you face this kind of life-changing injury, the cost of treatment in the present and future can be overwhelming. Physical limitations can also risk the continuation and progression of your career. However, we are proficient litigators who will aggressively and thoroughly seek to recover damages on your behalf.
D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, has extensive experience helping clients win their spinal cord injury cases. Contact our Rhode Island law firm today at 401-308-3596 or by sending us an online message to begin your fight for compensation.