Scranton Spine Injury Attorneys
Paralysis & Permanent Disability Lawsuits
Did you suffer a severe back injury that damaged your spine? Has your doctor predicted that you could be paralyzed or living with disabilities for the rest of your life? Right now, everything might feel grim, especially if your injury was caused by someone else’s mistake. Fellerman & Ciarimboli and our Scranton spine injury attorneys are here to help you hold your head up high again and take legal action against the party that hurt you.
We are a law firm that is built upon a simple idea: everyone deserves legal representation that is both effective and compassionate. When we are allowed to work on your spinal cord injury case, you will see that we will handle it as if we were representing ourselves. That means no rushing things, no forgetting your best interests, and no accepting lowball settlements that don’t represent what you really need to find peace of mind again.
See how our firm can help you. Call (800) 513-8941 now.
Spine Damage is Usually Permanent
Even with recent advancements in medical treatments and technology, spine damage and spinal cord injuries are often permanent. If anything, the injury will only worsen as time passes and the original damage is exacerbated. If you have suffered a spine injury, then the unfortunate truth is that you might be affected by it permanently, which is something your doctor might have already covered with you.
Lifelong consequences of a catastrophic spine injury include:
- Paralysis (quadriplegia or paraplegia)
- Full body pain or numbness
- Organ failures and related issues
Spine injuries also commonly cause mental health difficulties. Understandably, many spine injury patients become depressed while trying to adjust to their new lifestyles. A sudden loss of mobility and independence is disheartening and overwhelming. The compensation that you pursue in your spine injury case needs to reflect your mental and emotional anguishes in addition to your physical pain and disabilities.
What is a Spine Injury Case Worth?
The value of your spine injury case will depend on a variety of factors that comprise the case. Overall, though, the value will likely be steep. The permanent and widespread harm caused by a spine injury or paralysis will be shown in the case’s high worth.
Damages that might apply to your spine injury claim or lawsuit:
- Past and future medical care
- Lifelong physical therapy
- Lost wages and reduced income
- Cost of in-home or 24-hour care
- Pain, suffering, and mental anguish
- Reduced enjoyment of life
Insurance companies know that spine injury cases can get expensive quickly. The moment they see a claimant has filed such a case, they will jump to take action in their defense. You should not give them an advantage if you can help it, which usually means hiring an experienced spinal cord injury attorney as soon as possible.