If you or a loved one has suffered a paralysis as a result of a car accident, it affects everyone involved, both now and into the future. Such an injury is defined as one that permanently prevents the person from performing gainful work.
Paralysis has long-term effects physically, emotionally, and financially. They usually happen suddenly and without warning, as in the case of an auto accident. At Thompson Law Firm we can review your individual circumstances to get a better understanding what’s caused your injury and whether there is a legal case you could choose to pursue. Our injury attorneys at Thompson Law Firm in Phoenix have significant experience in helping clients paralyzed in car accidents. Our offices are conveniently located in Chandler, Peoria, and North Phoenix, and we can meet in-person or over the phone or video call. You can contact us for a free consultation, or read on to find out more.
More significant than a typical injury, catastrophic injuries have an enormous impact on the individuals who incur them, as well as those around those individuals.
These types of injuries are caused by a variety of circumstances and often include significant damage to:
Long-lasting effects can include paralysis and other physical, mental, and emotional impairments.
A catastrophic injury lawsuit and eventual settlement seek to compensate victims and their families for these lifelong disabilities, rehabilitation, and medical bills.
There are a wide range of different types of personal injuries that could have been prevented, whether that’s in the workplace, a care setting or on the road.
Depending on the type, location, and severity of your injury, there are many different types of paralysis that you could suffer from. It can be general (all over your body), localized (affects a small part of your body such as face or vocal cords), or it can affect a single limb or series of limbs.
While there are many ways to become paralyzed, including strokes and other neurological issues, there are very specific injuries that cause paralysis after a car accident. Paralysis is caused when something interrupts the connection between your brain and your limbs. Therefore, any injury that affects your brain, neck, or spinal cord has a greater risk of causing paralysis.
The symptoms of paralysis are fairly easy to recognize. Apart from the obvious loss of function in your limbs, here are some symptoms:
Paralysis Resources in Phoenix
If you have been paralyzed, the first thing you should do is go to your doctor and seek medical attention. After you have seen a specialist, you might find these resources helpful.
At the Thompson Law Firm, we have more than 10 years of experience helping clients obtain compensation for their personal injuries, including paralysis. When you’re ready to talk, please contact our office to arrange a free initial consultation by phone or at our Chandler office.
If you have suffered from paralysis, contact Thompson Law Firm in Chandler, AZ to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney. We provide personal injury legal services to clients in the greater Phoenix area including Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Peoria.
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