Spinal cord injuries can be devastating, life-changing events. If you’ve suffered one due to someone else’s negligence, we urge you to reach out to a Lacey spinal cord injury lawyer to help file a claim.
Depending on the circumstances, you may be eligible to receive compensation. A professional attorney can help you recover from your financial losses as well as provide funds to assist with anticipated medical costs.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the most common causes of spinal injuries include the following:
It’s also worth mentioning that alcohol played a factor in as many as 1 in 4 spinal cord injuries.
Spinal cord injuries can impact function, sensation, and strength of multiple body parts. Each person’s experience is unique, depending on the level of severity and which area of their spine was damaged. Some of the impacts may include:
Besides the physical symptoms, victims must work through the emotional trauma of having their life altered in such a fundamental way. It can be painful to accept the loss of activities once enjoyed and uncertainties about the recovery ahead.
To be clear: money can’t undo what’s happened to you.
But a settlement can help in many ways. For instance, you can recover your financial losses from hospital stays, physical therapy sessions, and time away from work. A settlement can provide for needed home and car modifications, a wheelchair, and services you may need assistance with. In addition, a settlement can help provide a sense of justice.
One of our experienced attorneys will be able to help you discover the value of your claim. Don’t just trust that the insurance company is going to be fair and offer you what you deserve. Particularly in situations where a significant injury has occurred, it’s important that you are fairly compensated for all present and anticipated medical costs.
Please call a Lacey spinal cord injury lawyer today to schedule a free case evaluation. If we choose to work together, you pay us nothing unless we’re able to win you a settlement.
We have two convenient offices to choose from, Tacoma and Olympia. And, if you’re unable to come to the office, let us know. One of our attorneys will be happy to meet you at your home, hospital, or other preferred location.