Quadriplegia AttorneysWhen one of the seven cervical vertebrae in the neck are injured or damaged, quadriplegia, also known as tetraplegia, is the result. Not only is a loss of feeling in the legs and arms, both lower and upper parts of the body, a result of quadriplegia, but intense stinging and pain caused by nerve damage, bladder and bowel complications, as well as muscle spasms occur. Quadriplegia is caused by spinal cord injuries. Our quadriplegia attorneys have helped numerous victims get the compensation they deserve and we can help you too. Fill out the form on the right for a free consultation now.
Negligent acts are often the cause of the 6,500 cases of quadriplegia each year. Car accidents, truck accidents, work place injuries, and dangerous products or properties can all be the cause of spinal cord injuries that result in quadriplegia. In extremely rare cases blood-borne infections that are commonly contracted at hospitals can lead to quadriplegia. Medical malpractice can also result in quadriplegia when doctors or other health care providers fail to diagnose infections, brain injuries, or spinal injuries correctly and in a timely manner.
Constant care and medical treatment is needed for victims of quadriplegia because it not only changes the victim’s life, but also those close to the victim. The life span of spinal cord and quadriplegia injury victims is also significantly shorter than that of healthy individuals.
Our Pennsylvania Quadriplegia Attorneys Can HelpIf you or a loved one have suffered or are suffering with quadriplegia as a result of someone’s negligence you could receive compensation for all that you have endured. Our quadriplegia injury attorneys at The Pisanchyn Law Firm want to help you gain some peace of mind after this devastating event. We will stop at nothing to ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
Please, call our Pennsylvania Quadriplegia Attorneys at our local numbers or toll free at 1-800-444-5309 as we represent all Pennsylvania residents