Helping People Who Have Been Paralyzed Receive Full Compensation
The spinal cord relays information from the brain to the rest of the body. Although the spinal cord is protected by the vertebrae, it is still a fragile body part. When the spinal cord is injured, the brain may no longer be able to transmit messages to the body. This can result in the loss of movement. Depending on where the spinal cord is injured, the lower body could be paralyzed. This is known as paraplegia. When all four limbs and torso are paralyzed, it is known as quadriplegia.
Spinal cord injuries are most often sustained in falls, certain sports activities, car accidents or acts of violence. If you or a loved one was paralyzed due to someone else's negligent or wrongful conduct, a spinal cord injury lawyer can vital to help you meet your needs. We are the Elgin spine injury attorneys of Brady & Jensen. We are dedicated to helping people with life-altering injuries recover the money they need to live the fullest possible life.
Getting Monetary Damages Meant to Last a Lifetime
If you or a loved one has been paralyzed in an accident, you may be beginning to understand what you will need. Your home and your vehicle may need to be renovated to accommodate your injuries. You will have substantial medical expenses for the rest of your life. It may be impossible to work. These costs are mind boggling. Your attorney must be able to help you get the damages you need to cover the rest of your life. We will construct a case designed to help you get the damages for all of these expenses. Our personal injury lawyers are strong litigators and negotiators and will work diligently to help you recover these expenses.
Contact Brady & Jensen to Discuss Your Situation
It costs nothing to speak with one of our lawyers. Call us toll free at 866-930-2063 or e-mail our law firm today. We do not charge attorneys' fees in injury cases unless we recover compensation.