About Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries can have some of the most devastating consequences to victims, as some sort of paralysis is often suffered, drastically changing their lives forever. Over 12,000 Americans suffer some kind of spinal cord injury every year, and there are currently over a quarter of a million living with such an injury. A total of 2.4 million Americans are paralyzed, many of which experienced this disability after serious injury to their spines.

Motor vehicle accidents, including off-roading on ATVs, are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries, accounting for 47% of all incidents, with falls accounting for 27% and violence accounting for 15%. In many cases the accidents that cause a spinal cord injury can be attributed to negligence, and in those cases the victim may be entitled to monetary compensation from those at fault. If an accident has left you or a loved one with a spinal cord injury or paralysis, do not hesitate to retain the guidance and advocacy of a knowledgeable member of our firm to determine your legal options.

Powerful Representation for Spinal Cord Injury Victims

Serious spinal cord injuries and paralysis can cause extreme physical, emotional, and financial hardship to the victim and the victim’s family. These injuries often leave one fully disabled and immobile, as well as being unable to work. The costs for continued treatment and care can be extraordinarily steep, and the persons affected may be unable to cover such costs.

You will benefit enormously from the representation of a skilled lawyer if you or a loved one has suffered such an injury, as we can assist you in obtaining the compensation you need to afford the costs of medical care and rehabilitative treatment. The Medler Law Firm helps victims of all kinds of personal injury cases, and we are prepared to fight aggressively for justice against the negligent parties. Contact the firm at your earliest convenience, and we will advocate for your right to generous compensation for your suffering and losses.

If you or your loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury anywhere in California or near any of these cities & communities, call us right now for a no-obligation case review. You may be entitled to negligence-based compensation.

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