Decades Of Experience Helping People Recover For Paralysis Injuries
There are very few catastrophic injuries that affect the rest of a person’s life more than paralysis and damage to the spinal cord. These very serious and often permanent injuries take a huge toll both emotionally and financially on the injured victim and his or her family. The road to recovery is often long and painful. Unlike other accident victims, paralysis victims have to live with the effects of their injuries for the rest of their lives.
Knowledgeable Gulf Coast Lawyers
At Frischhertz & Impastato, our goal is to do everything we can to help ease the burden that such a serious accident and injury has placed on you. Financially, the immediate and ongoing medical and rehabilitative costs for a paralysis injury can run in the millions. This is certainly not something that you as the injured victim should have to endure. We will use our more than 75 years of combined experience and knowledge in personal injury to seek maximum compensation for any damages suffered.
Serious Paralysis Injuries
The two most serious paralysis-related injuries are paraplegia and quadriplegia. Both often mean irreversible damage to the spinal cord and motor skill abilities. Learning to live an entirely new way of life without the use of one’s arms or legs is an extremely difficult journey, to say the least.
The immediate surgery and care following the accident as well as postoperative and ICU care are very expensive — not to mention the rehabilitation costs, medical equipment, at-home care, therapy and ongoing medical expenses. We will work with the right experts in determining just how much compensation will be required to cover these astronomical medical expenses. In addition to just past and future medical costs, we will seek lost wages, loss of earning capacity as well as compensation for any pain and suffering.
Going The Distance To Get You Full Compensation
We offer free initial consultations. Contact us online today to schedule your appointment to discuss your paralysis injury case. You can also call us at 504-264-9915 or toll free at 866-920-5611.
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