Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
Georgia Quadriplegia Lawyer
Paraplegia and quadriplegia are among the most difficult injuries to cope with, especially when due to the negligence of another person or company. The victim must deal with new physical challenges, emotional trauma, and financial challenges. The victim's family is plunged into grief for a sudden loss, and must provide care and emotional support for the foreseeable future. Contact a Georgia quadriplegia attorney.
Like brain injuries, these are catastrophic injuries that will never fully heal. They completely change a person's life and require vast sums of money to pay medical bills, for modifications to living areas, and future costs that are difficult to estimate.
Location of Injury
Injury below the first thoracic spinal nerve can cause paraplegia, preventing feeling below the waist. Tetraplegia, or quadriplegia, results from injury higher along the spine, partially or completely terminating feeling below the neck. Our attorneys can make a very compelling case in front of a jury if we need to, to obtain the optimal verdict.
Our law firm was founded to advocate for these victims, and obtain justice in the form of maximum possible financial compensation from those responsible. We are skilled in investigation, determining the cause of injury, whether in an accident, through medical malpractice, or physical violence. We seek financial recovery for pain and suffering, rehabilitation, and special equipment along with medical and other costs.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a:
- Bus accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Truck accident
- Car accident or
- Other accident
contact an Atlanta paraplegia accident lawyer at The Law Offices of Michael Lawson Neff, P.C. — where your legal needs are our top priority.
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A DeKalb and Clayton County attorney can begin evaluating your case and investigating your accident as soon as we have spoken with you. Call toll free: 404-531-9700. Foreign language interpretation is available upon request.