As we discussed in our previous post, spinal cord injuries can lead to bowel issues. That isn't the only problem that these injuries can cause. In fact, almost every aspect of your life might be impacted by a spinal cord injury. The issue with these injuries is that the spinal cord relays messages from the brain to areas of the body below the area of the injury.
Spinal cord injuries can have various impacts on the body. When there is an injury at the T-12 level or below, one of the things that can occur is difficulty with the bowels. This is something that is manageable but it might not be pleasant to deal with.
We recently discussed some of the factors that come into the picture when you are hit by a vehicle that was borrowed by someone. This is something that can have a big impact on your case; however, it isn't the only factor that can affect your case. We can help you to learn about what your case entails so that you can move forward with your claim.
When you loan out a vehicle to a friend or borrow one from someone, the insurance that is on the vehicle is what will follow the vehicle. You can't get insurance on yourself and the way that you drive. This means that you are covered only up to what the car owner's policy on the vehicle covers.