Paralysis Resulting From Someone Else's Negligence

Paralysis is the loss of muscle function in part of a victim's body. A spinal cord injury can damage the conduit that transmits the brain's messages to the body. When this occurs, the part of the body controlled by the affected area of the spinal cord may lose its ability to function.

At the Atlanta, Georgia, law office of Mitchell & Shapiro, paralysis and spinal cord injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell has handled many successful spinal cord injury lawsuits. Since our inception over 15 years ago, we have established a track record for aggressive and significant verdicts and settlements. Our legal team provides catastrophic injury victims competent, compassionate representation and advice that helps victims get on the road to recovery. Our spinal cord injury and paralysis lawyer handles personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits involving car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and construction accidents. To discuss your potential claim, contact our Atlanta, Georgia personal injury attorneys today.

Paralysis

The loss of one's own mobility and independence is a terribly traumatic event. Making matters worse, spinal cord injury victims often require extensive rehabilitative care and suffer various medical complications, even shortened life spans. The effects of paralysis or spinal cord injury can include pain, urinary and bowel tract problems, respiratory problems, and sexual dysfunction. Personal, emotional and psychological effects are often associated with a spinal cord injury as well. These can include weight control issues, alcohol or drug abuse, major depression and a very high risk of suicide in the first 10 years following an accident.

According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistics Center, the average medical cost of a spinal cord injury is more than $200,000 (as high as $600,000 for victims suffering from full quadriplegia). Treatment and rehabilitation costs for subsequent years range from $14,000 to $120,000 depending on the severity of the injury.

Most paralyses caused by nervous system damage are constant in nature; however, there are forms of periodic paralysis which are caused by other factors. If you suffered as a result of another party's reckless, careless, or negligent actions, contact Atlanta, Georgia paralysis and spinal cord injury lawyer Richard C. Mitchell. We will help you recover fair compensation.

Contact Our Atlanta, Georgia, Paralysis Lawyers

At the Atlanta, Georgia law office of Mitchell & Shapiro, our paralysis and spinal cord injury lawyers have the knowledge and experience necessary to maximize your claim. We have successfully represented many spinal cord injury victims and boast an impressive track record of substantial verdicts and settlements. If you have suffered as the result of another party's recklessness, carelessness, or negligence, contact our catastrophic injury lawyers and arrange a case consultation. We will evaluate your case and fight to maximize your claim.