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Are you facing spending the rest of your life in a wheelchair because of a spinal cord injury inflicted on you by someone else’s negligent act? Are you permanently paralyzed because of a car or truck accident that was not your fault or a slip or fall on someone’s poorly maintained premises? According to a report by the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), spinal cord injuries are caused most often by motor vehicle accidents followed by falls, acts of violence, and sports accidents. In fact, about 12,000 new spinal cord injuries occur in the United States every year. If you’ve suffered a spinal cord injury in an accident that another person caused, you may be feeling hopeless and depressed, wondering how you will manage to live and care for those whom you love. Spinal cord injuries are possibly the most feared of all types of catastrophic injury because they impose such severe restrictions on the activities that comprise a normal life. Read on to learn more about how a Philadelphia spinal cord injury attorney can help you and your family.
Despite a lot of research being conducted on spinal cord damage, at the present, there is no cure and no way to give you the feeling back or to give you the ability to walk. Your life will be entirely different from now on, and you’re forced to make the best of it. What can you do?
You can begin by signing on with a knowledgeable Philadelphia personal injury lawyer with extensive experience handling spinal cord injury cases and who can help you hold the person who caused your accident accountable for the harm done, and at the same time demand a large enough settlement to take care of your lifetime disability-related needs. At Hill & Associates, you will find the skilled legal representation you need to recover fair compensation for your injury.
Most trauma to the spinal cord causes paralysis of the body below the point of injury. If your cervical spine is affected, the result is usually tetraplegia (quadriplegia), which is paralysis of all four limbs. The diaphragm may be paralyzed also, so you are likely to require a respirator to help you breathe. If the injury is to your thoracic or lumbar spine, your lower body is paralyzed, which is called paraplegia. If you have paraplegia, you will require a great deal of assistance with the tasks of daily life. With tetraplegia, you may need full-time in-home nursing assistance for life.
These catastrophic injuries are high-value cases and insurance companies don’t pay these large claims easily. Make sure you have a dedicated spinal cord injury attorney in Philadelphia, PA who practices personal injury law exclusively and therefore knows everything there is to know about this specific type of claim. The attorneys at Hill & Associates are a top choice to represent you in a Pennsylvania spinal cord injury claim.
Leonard K. Hill is a seasoned Philadelphia spinal cord injury attorney with a long history of successfully representing accident victims in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, getting them enough money to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives and move forward. With his expert legal team, they conduct a thorough investigation, hire experts to assist in proving liability whenever necessary, and document all expenditures for medical treatment, drugs, supplies, mobility devices, equipment, personal care, and therapy, as well as for your lost earnings and future earning potential. They will also present a case to recover for non-economic damages that affect your quality of life, including pain, suffering, depression, and diminished quality of life.
These cases can be quite complex and the time to file is limited by law, so the sooner you bring Hill & Associates on board, the more time we will have to put together a meticulously detailed case that will have a high likelihood of winning you a substantial settlement or jury verdict. Call us at 800.737.4687 or contact us online today to arrange a meeting with one of our aggressive, compassionate, and committed Philadelphia spinal injury attorneys in our offices; or if you can’t get to us, we’ll come to you. There is no charge for the initial consultation and no charge at all unless we secure financial compensation for you.
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