Complete & Incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries
The National Spinal Cord Injury Association has reported that around 11,000
people will suffer from some type of spinal cord injury every year. Nearly
50% of those injuries are complete, which means the injured person has
suffered permanent spinal cord damage. In many cases, these injuries can
be catastrophic, causing a person to suffer paralysis from the waist down (paraplegia) or even the neck down (quadriplegia).
If you or a loved one are suffering from paralysis due to a spinal cord
injury, you need to secure the best possible medical treatment during
this time. When injuries are caused by an accident or reckless actions
of another, legal counsel should also be retained.
You can call our firm at (310) 896-4345 to get counsel from Biren Law Group.
Counsel from Los Angeles Injury Lawyers
At our firm, we know which spine specialist doctors are required to properly
diagnose and treat the injury, evaluate future medical care needs, and
provide supportive care through the process. We also know which experts
are needed to prove your damages, such as life care planners, vocational
rehabilitation experts, and economists.
When you retain our counsel, you can rest assured knowing:
- We have more than 40 years of insight and experience
- We have recovered $250+ million for past clients
- We are committed to securing maximum compensation
- We put our clients first in each and every case
Our unique knowledge regarding spinal injury cases comes from more than
three and half decades of serving our community and building a track record
of success on behalf of paralysis injury victims. Allow us to use this
insight on your behalf today!
Dealing with Different Types of Paralysis
Quadriplegia is one of the most catastrophic injuries anyone can endure.
Paraplegia (paralysis from the chest down) or hemiplegia (paralysis on
half the body) can both be equally as challenging for an individual to
Quadriplegics, paraplegics, hemiplegics and paralyzed individuals will
likely require around-the-clock nursing care. Unfortunately, nursing care
is not the whole picture; paralyzed plaintiffs generally require other
types of care. We know that this can all add up quickly, making it necessary
for you to retain fair compensation for your injury.
How to Maximum Compensation
At our law firm, we have years of experience working with medical specialists,
certified life care planners, and other experts. We know which professionals
are required to establish the full extent of your current and future accident-related
needs. Our team also knows how to present your case to defendants and
their insurance carriers in a manner that warrants maximum compensation
for your case.
We take the time and care necessary to document everything in detail. This
means we interview friends and family members, neighbors and co-workers,
and professional expert witnesses to develop a strong case on your behalf.
Our Los Angeles trial lawyers aggressively advocate for your right to
fair restitution for your pain, suffering, and other damages. Our main
goal is to help you rebuild a rewarding life.
Contact Our Firm Now: (310) 896-4345
Not every attorney has the skill, resources, track record, and legal experience
required to negotiate or litigate complex injury claims involving paralysis.
Don't trust your future to just any lawyer! Turn to a firm you can
trust to put your needs and interests first.
Contact Biren Law Group today if you are ready to discuss your spinal cord injury case with a
seasoned and qualified legal advocate. We know how to get results! Don't
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