Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries
Victims of personal injury accidents face extraordinary challenges. Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries in particular can change your life forever. If you or someone you love has suffered a brain or spinal cord injury, the negligent party who caused the accident should compensate you for the losses you have suffered.
At Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle & Wicker, we can represent your interests if you have suffered a spinal cord or brain injury. Attorneys from our firm have more than 65 years of combined experience handling personal injury and wrongful death claims stemming from these injuries. Our lawyers, representing clients in Ponca City, Bartlesville, northern Oklahoma and throughout the state, have a track record of successful verdicts and settlements for our many satisfied clients. We can help you obtain full and fair compensation for long-term medical costs, lost wages and other losses.
The brain and spinal cord are critical to human functioning. When blunt trauma or other injuries damage the brain or spinal cord, it can result in traumatic, life-changing consequences, including:
- Extreme pain and discomfort
- Loss of feeling
- Loss of sight, hearing and other important functions
- Memory loss
- Uncontrollable mood swings and personality changes
Our attorneys are committed to making sure you obtain full compensation for the obvious costs of immediate medical care and lost wages, as well as long-term losses. These losses can include ongoing medical care, adaptive technologies needed to help you accommodate physical limitations that result from your injuries and the diminishment of quality of life. We will help you obtain the best compensation award possible.
Contact Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle & Wicker for a free initial consultation
Talk with an experienced attorney from our firm, free of charge, to discuss your case. We take injury claims on contingency, so you will not pay attorney fees until we win your case. Contact us online or call 580-789-4936 to schedule your free consultation.