Spinal Cord Injury LawyersA spinal cord injury is the most common auto accident injury. These injuries are severe and lifelong. There are bundles of nerves that run from the base of the brain through the entire spine. Injuries to these nerves can result in loss of movement and/or sensation. In extreme cases of spinal cord injury the victim could suffer from paraplegia, quadriplegia, or loss of life. If your spinal cord injury is the result of another's negligence you could receive compensation for your injury. Contact our Pennsylvania spinal cord injury lawyers now for a free consultation.
Many times the cause spinal cord injuries is negligence. Car or truck accidents alone account for 47% of spinal cord injuries. Dangerous properties or products, work injuries, swimming pool and/or diving board injuries, and extreme medical negligence can result in a severe spinal cord injury as well.
In addition to the possibility of paralysis, victims of a spinal cord injury face other health problems including bladder/bowel complications, chronic pain, and increased possibility of respiratory disease. The life span of spinal cord injury victims is also significantly shorter than that of healthy individuals.
Exciting developments in medical research are finding ways to help paraplegics walk again. Dr. Ann Spungen is currently working on and testing a robotic exoskeleton called the "ReWalk." For more information about this development, check out the New York Daily News' article on Dr. Ann Spungen and the "ReWalk." Click Here
Our Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers Can HelpIf you or a loved one have suffered or are suffering with a spinal cord injury as a result of someone’s negligence you could receive compensation for all that you have endured. Our Pennsylvania spinal cord 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 Spinal Cord Injury lawyers at our local numbers or toll free at 1-800-444-5309 as we represent all Pennsylvania residents
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