Legal help in West Virginia for those who have suffered a paralyzing injury or spinal cord injury in a motor vehicle collision, fall, or work accident.
Experienced Morgantown Back Injury Attorneys
A spinal cord injury doesn't always mean total or partial paralysis or a paralyzing injury. Many spine injuries suffered in accidents go undetected as hairline fractures on the vertebrae. There may be only minor symptoms, which may go away over time, leaving the victim to believe that no serious injury occurred. In time, however, even a minor spinal cord injury can progress to a serious problem, requiring surgery and years of medical treatment. At its worst, a spinal cord injury can progress to paralysis and organ damage.
After a person has become paralyzed as a result of an accident, whether it is paraplegia, quadriplegia, or a partial paralysis, our firm assists those whose lives have been changed forever as a result of the car accident, motorcycle wreck, truck accident, slip and fall, or work accident injury. Our firm knows how to find all the compensation you are due for your life changing, paralyzing injury so you can move forward with building your new life.
We understand that an accident which causes paralysis will leave a person with daily medical care needs and ongoing physician and physical therapy appointments for the rest of his or her life. New means of earning a living as well as new means of learning to live are required, and the funds to pay for those support systems are urgently needed. Support for the entire family is required as you move on together.
Morgantown WV Paralysis Injury Lawyers
Emotional paralysis is often the companion of physical paralysis as you and your family consider how to move forward. There is hope here. At the Robinette Legal Group, PLLC, we pursue compensation not only for your immediate needs, but employ medical, occupational, and financial experts to determine what will be needed for your future. We work hard in your behalf to ensure that you get everything you are eligible to receive as compensation for your serious and life-altering injury.
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If you or a loved one has been in an accident and is noticing back pain or other nerve damage, make sure a medical specialist considers the possibility of a spinal cord injury. The West Virginia spinal cord injury lawyers of the Robinette Legal Group have extensive experience representing clients involved in spinal cord injury claims.
We are a team of former insurance defense attorneys who now represent plaintiffs injured because of someone else's negligence. We use our courtroom experience and knowledge of the insurance litigation system to provide vigorous, effective representation for people who need to recover full and fair money damages for catastrophic injuries such as spinal cord injuries.
Spinal cord injuries include:
- Herniated discs: Fluid in the discs between any vertebrae ruptures, causing partial arm paralysis and pain
- Fractured vertebrae: Can happen anywhere along the spinal column. Individual vertebrae break or disconnect, leading to possible paralysis below the fracture.
- Cervical injuries: Injuries to the spine near the neck usually result in full or partial paralysis. A broken neck is a type of cervical injury.
- Thoracic injuries: Mid-back area of the spine. Often results in paralysis or partial immobility of arms and legs.
- Lumbar and sacral injuries: Lower spine injuries often result in mobility problems or paralysis of hips, as well as effects on the urinary tract and anus.
Spinal cord injuries don't go away on their own. If you have been injured, you may face a lifetime of medical treatment and financial loss. Our firm will fight hard to help you recover the full and fair money damages you are entitled to.
Contact our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia, to arrange a free consultation about your injury today.
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