Pennsylvania Spine Injury Attorneys
Spinal Cord Damage Claims & Lawsuits
Fellerman & Ciarimboli would like to help you explore your legal options if you have recently suffered a spine injury at no fault of your own. The party that caused your accident should be the one that pays for all of your damages. We know what to do to pursue that compensation on your behalf, no matter the strength of the opposition.
Damages available in your spine injury case could include:
- Lifelong medical care and treatments
- Lost wages, including lessened future income
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent disability and disfigurement
When everything is considered, the value of your spine injury claim could be significant. Working with our law firm will instill in you the confidence you need to pursue every penny. We have secured hundreds of millions for our clients, and we would like to get the chance to land a major victory for you as well.
Harm Caused by a Spine Injury
The spine is a bone structure that surrounds the spinal cord. It is comprised of numerous vertebrae that start at the base of the hips and extend into the neck. Although damaging the spine itself can be incredibly painful and cause debilitations, the worst harm usually happens when the spinal cord is damaged.
The spinal cord is a collection of nerves that control major processes throughout the body. Even a small injury on the spinal cord can have catastrophic consequences that are not only widespread but that are also permanent. Nerve tissue does not heal well on its own, so it is rare for a spinal cord or spine injury to ever fully heal.
Spinal cord damage can cause the following consequences and more:
- Numbing sensations throughout the body
- Chronic pain and discomfort
- Inability to stand for an extended period of time
The higher an injury is one the spinal cord – or the closer it is to the base of the skull – the worse the resulting paralysis will be. Cervical vertebrae damage at the neck, for example, can cause quadriplegia, which is paralysis to all four limbs and possibly to major organs.
Lifelong Care for Spine Injury Patients
To give a spine injury patient the best chances of a comfortable life, extensive medical care and rehabilitative therapies are often needed. Specialized forms of physical therapy can be used to restore mobility in some cases, for example. While we want to make certain you are fairly compensated for your injuries and pain, we will place additional focus on ensuring you are able to get lifelong care at no cost to you or your family.
Call Our Pennsylvania Spine Injury Lawyers Now
Starting your spinal cord injury case does not need to be a difficult process. Leave everything up to our law firm by putting us in charge today. Call us at (877) 989-4878 to discuss the details of your case, what needs to be done to seek fair compensation, and what the next steps should be. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing if we have a chance of making your life better through robust legal representation and assistance.