Paralysis is one of the most serious injuries that can result from a personal injury. The long-term life changes and health issues can feel devastating to someone who finds themselves unable to live life the way they did before being injured by someone else’s negligence.
What is paralysis?
Paralysis is most often the result of a serious injury to one’s central nervous system, such as direct damage to the spine or brain. However, other events can result in paralysis, including:
• Extreme adverse reactions, such as to a pharmaceutical;
• Poison from industrial chemicals;
• Medical malpractice;
• Defective products;
• Cerebral palsy resulting from birth trauma;
• Or any other medical trauma that can interfere with how the brain communicates with the nerves in your body.
An experienced West Covina injury attorney can help you determine if there you have a potential legal claim and can recover financial compensation for your injuries. Money that will help pay for on-going medical bills, therapy, etc…
Paralysis resulting from personal injuries
Paralysis from direct physical injury to one’s body can be the result of negligence or wrongful acts such as:
• Car, truck, motorcycle or boating accidents;
• Sports injuries;
• Falling accidents;
• Construction injuries;
• Medical malpractice;
• Workplace accidents;
• Assault, including gunshots;
• Head trauma which results in brain swelling;
• Extreme back or neck injuries;
This list is not exhaustive. If you find yourself or a loved one seriously injured as a result of a third party’s negligence or carelessness, California law and the West Covina injury attorneys at Ghozland Law Firm are on your side.
Financial compensation for catastrophic injuries
If you have suffered from paralysis or other debilitating injury as of the result of a someone’s negligence, harmful product or wrongful act, contacting a personal injury lawyer can help you recover financially. Our skilled legal team offers a free consultation and requires no money up front — we only win if you win.
Your injuries may allow you to collect compensation for damages and expenses such as:
• Compensatory Damages;
• Lost wages, including future wages;
• Loss of consortium;
• Punitive damages;
• Pain and suffering;
• Medical costs;
• Rehabilitation costs;
• Psychological counseling;
• In-home nursing care;
• Legal costs;
• And other related costs and damages.
Paralysis can be one of the most frightening and difficult conditions to face. If you are victim of paralysis do to someone’s negligence or wrongful acts, be sure to protect your rights by consulting the successful West Covina injury attorneys at Gholzand Law Firm today.