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Marion County Paralysis Injury Lawyer

Paralysis injuries are spinal cord injuries that often cause long-term or permanent changes and losses to a victim’s strength, sensations, and other bodily functions below the site of injury. They are among the most serious and life-changing conditions that you could suffer, and often have long-term and/or permanent financial, physical, and emotional effects.

If you have experienced a spinal cord injury leading to complete or incomplete paralysis, a sympathetic Marion County paralysis injury lawyer may be able to help remedy these often-times devastating effects. Call a compassionate attorney today to schedule a consultation.

Basics of Paralysis

Paralysis injuries can either be complete, in which there is a full lack of motor and sensory function below the site of the injury, or incomplete, in which the afflicted party maintains some motor and/or sense function below the site of the injury.

Paralysis injuries are also often classified as spinal cord injuries that lead to one of several paraplegic conditions:

  • Monoplegia, in which a single limb is affected
  • Hemiplegia, which is most often caused by cerebral palsy, and can affect a limb or limbs along with the face on one side of the body
  • Tetraplegia, or quadriplegia, in which all the afflicted party’s limbs, as well as their trunk, pelvic organs, and legs are affected
  • Paraplegia, in which the lower part of the afflicted party’s body, such as the trunk, legs, and pelvic organs are affected

Causes and Costs of Paralysis Injury

Negligent and intentional acts by other parties may be directly or indirectly responsible for injuries leading to paralysis. Many spinal cord injuries that lead to paralysis are caused by traffic accidents and crashes, falling accidents, construction site and other property accidents. Spinal cord injuries can also happen from violent contact, diseases, and infections.

When another party causes a paralysis injury, the party responsible for causing the paralysis can be held legally responsible. The costs associated with paralysis injuries can be extensive and have long-lasting impacts, but a qualified Marion County paralysis injury attorney could help an afflicted party recover for various damages, including but not limited to:

  • Hospitalization costs
  • Psychological costs, including psychological therapy
  • Nursing and physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Loss of employment or ability to earn income
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Speech and language therapy

Beyond the tangible effects associated with paralysis injury, it can be difficult to articulate the extent of the costs associated with such serious conditions. An afflicted party may need sustained legal assistance in order to convey the full extent of their losses to a judge or jury so that their recoverable remedies can be thorough and fair.

Talk to a Marion County Paralysis Injury Attorney Today

After suffering a paralysis injury, a knowledgeable Marion County paralysis injury lawyer could be the difference between a minimal recovery and fair and desirable compensation for all of your losses and damages. A skilled attorney could craft an effective case for your unique circumstances and perhaps help alleviate the stress of pursuing your legal rights to recovery, so call today to set up a consultation and get started on your case.

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