Paralysis Attorney Phoenix
Severe trauma to the brain or spinal cord (such as you would experience in a car accident) may result in partial or complete paralysis. In most of these accident cases, a paralysis attorney will be required because of the extraordinary cost of the medical treatment necessary to treat victims of paralysis.
The type of paralysis a person experiences will contribute to limiting the ability a person has to move and function independently. Some individuals will need the permanent assistance of another person and / or medical equipment such as lifts, specially equipped vehicles, wheelchairs, feeding tubes and catheters after their injury. Handling this life altering condition is emotionally, financially and physically draining. Lerner and Rowe paralysis attorneys are here to help fight for you, so all you have to worry about is healing… not becoming stressed and overwhelmed with the expenses associated with treating the paralysis injury you or your loved one is suffering from.
Arizona Paralysis Attorney
When an accident occurs that results in a paralysis or another spinal cord injury, the paralysis attorney you hire should be familiar with spinal injuries. An experienced paralysis attorney will understand both Arizona state law and the long term costs required to pay for the treatment and care of victims of paralysis injuries. You need a paralysis attorney to ensure that the best medical care is delivered in an expedited manner to prevent further injury.
Dealing with a dramatic life change resulting from a serious spinal injury such as paralysis takes a serious emotional toll on both the paralysis victim and his or her family members. Dealing with losing the breadwinner or the new long term care requirements of the family member is difficult enough without agonizing over medical expenses. A paralysis attorney will be able to help you pay immediate and pressing medical bills and then assist in estimating the cost of long term care requirements. Then your paralysis attorney will fight to get you that compensation while you and your family learn to deal with the new living arrangements.
Paralysis Attorney Kevin Rowe
When paralysis occurs because of: an act of violence; a birth defect; another person’s negligent care of an individual or maintenance of a product which resulted in injury; or someone failed to fully explain the possible risks associated with a surgery, activity or procedure which resulted in personal injury, the injured person is entitled to receive compensation and money damages for the damage that has been caused.
Contact an experienced paralysis attorney of Lerner and Rowe at (602) 977-1900. Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys are here to help 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Paralysis Attorney Consultations
Paralysis affects individuals of all ages. Newborns, teenagers and adults are all subject to spinal cord injuries that can lead to paralysis. When you or a loved one has been paralyzed due to the negligence of another, contact a Phoenix paralysis attorney with experience representing cases involving brain and spinal cord injuries.
A paralysis attorney of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys will fight to ensure that your future ongoing needs are provided for and protected. Call us at (602) 977-1900 for a free consultation. We will come to you at your home, office or medical facility. Our law firm accepts most medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis; we don’t get paid unless you win your claim.