The type of spinal cord injury you suffer can impact the effects you feel. Just last week, we discussed some of the differences between incomplete and complete injuries. The level of the injury is another point that matters in these cases. We look into every impact that you have to deal with because of your spinal cord injury so that we can determine what types and amounts of damages you can claim.
Spinal cord injuries are associated with paralysis, pain and loss of bodily functions. All of these can be especially difficult to live with. Some types of pain are very difficult to control. Becoming paralyzed means having to learn how to care for yourself in new ways or becoming dependent on others to help you. Loss of bodily functions, such as breathing or bowel control, might mean that you don't have the freedom you once had.
We understand that you might not feel prepared to deal with a legal battle; however, the increase in bills and loss of income might necessitate action. If you are thinking about seeking compensation, we can help you to learn about your options for doing so. We can discuss your rights with you so that you can decide if you are going to move forward with the claim.
If you opt to proceed, we will stand by you as we fight for the compensation that you deserve. This might help you to pay off medical bills, get the help you need and cover life expenses that you would normally take care of if you were able to work.