Paralysis

Paralysis Injury Lawyers

Paralysis dramatically affects one’s daily life due to a profound loss of muscle function as well as loss of sensory and motor skills, leaving an individual paralyzed. While paralysis can be transient or permanent, there’s no doubt that it is difficult to face. Paralysis can take several forms:

  • Paraplegia (paralysis of the legs and lower body)
  • Quadriplegia (also known as Tetraplegia, this includes paralysis of all four limbs)
  • Injury-related paralysis (from a herniated disc, fracture of the vertebrae or from a pinched nerve)

While the most immediate consequence of paralysis is a victim’s inability to walk or run, an array of other effects may include limp muscles, loss of bladder control, low blood pressure, trouble breathing and overall decreased life expectancy. Aside from these debilitating effects, it is perhaps more tragic when the victim’s paralysis is a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another. If you or a loved one is in this predicament, you should contact the paralysis injury attorneys at the Harman Law Firm.

With overwhelming physical demands and mounting financial costs, as well as emotional trauma, individuals and families need an experienced personal injury lawyer to fight for justice and the right compensation. This may include meticulously filing a lawsuit, carefully negotiating a settlement or coordinating with your healthcare provider. In some cases, it may mean taking your case to trial. As experienced litigators, we are fully equipped to argue on your behalf, if necessary.

The bottom line is—you and your family deserve justice and compensation if you’ve sustained a critical injury such as paralysis. Call the Harman Law Firm today for a free, no obligation initial consultation.

Accidents Resulting In Paralysis

Individuals may develop paralysis for a number of reasons, with some related to medical conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease. Even so, paralysis may occur as a result of a serious accident or event such as the following:

  • Vehicle Accidents
  • Gunshot Injuries
  • A Slip or Fall
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Errors During Surgery
  • Diagnostic Errors
  • Medical Malpractice

When you or someone you love have experienced a catastrophic injury or event leading to paralysis, health costs can easily reach into the millions, with ongoing medical assistance costing even more. At the Harman Law Firm, we take the time to understand your goals and what is needed physically and financially for you and your family to move forward.

Who will you trust to fight for justice and the right compensation for you? Call us to schedule a free initial consultation today to discuss your injury and learn about your options.

Attorneys For Paralysis Injury Cases

Did you know? Individuals that are paralyzed often need sophisticated modes of transportation, as well as physical therapy and rehabilitation. Their homes will need to be redesigned with special equipment and devices, allowing for accessibility. In cases where the patient’s breathing has been affected by paralysis, a ventilator may be necessary. Many of these changes and modifications will be needed for the rest of the individual’s life. Thus, to say that paralysis is a life-altering disability is an understatement.

When someone has been paralyzed as a result of the negligence of another, a business or an organization, someone must be held accountable.

The attorneys at the Harman Law Firm take on real, legitimate cases of severe catastrophic injuries such as paralysis. We become your advocate for justice by fighting for the compensation you need—for now and for the future. By leveling the playing field, we give hope to victims whose lives have been turned upside down in the wake of a catastrophic injury.

If you or a loved one is suffering from paralysis as a result of someone else’s wrongdoing, contact the Harman Law Firm today for a free initial consultation.