Loss of Motor Function
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Motor function, or muscle control, is regulated by two distinct areas of
the body: the brain and the spinal cord. A trauma to either area can cause
mild to total loss of motor functions. If you were injured in an accident
and suffered a
brain injury or
spinal cord injury that led to any loss of motor function, Biren Law Group can help.
Our legal team has more than 40 years of experience seeking compensation
for individuals who have suffered severe and catastrophic injuries due
to the negligence or recklessness of others. Over the years, our Los Angeles
personal injury lawyers have obtained hundreds of more than half a billion of dollars
in verdicts and settlements for clients and would be honored to use this
background to help with your case.
Let our results-oriented team seek compensation for your injuries today.
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Understanding the Extent of Your Loss of Motor Functions
In order to obtain maximum compensation for your injuries and suffering,
you must be able to prove the extent of motor function you have lost due
to the accident. This can be determined according to the muscle grading scale.
The scale measures active movement along a scale of E to A:
Grade A: Total paralysis or loss of motor functions
Grade B: Some sensation/feeling below the injury
Grade C: Limited muscle movement below injury (50% cannot move)
Grade D: Most (more than 50%) muscle movement below injury
Grade E: normal, active movement with no impairment
Even more important is proving every way in which your life has impacted
as a result of the motor function loss you have sustained. Biren Law Group's
spinal cord and brain injury attorneys know how to identify every aspect
of damage our clients have suffered, working with specialists and experts
to get our clients the medical care and courtroom support they need. Let
us put our experience to work for you or your loved one.
Reach Out Today for Skilled Representation
If a serious or catastrophic injury has left you or a loved one with loss
of motor function, you need to put your case in the hands of a legal team
you can trust. Our experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorneys have
decades of experience handling cases like yours and can put our knowledge
to work for your injury claim.
Please do not hesitate to contact our firm at (310) 896-4345 for a free