When Paralysis Changes Your Life

Paralysis can be the result of brain injuries or spinal cord injuries. In every case, this condition changes the person's life. If it was caused by an act of negligence such as medical malpractice or a motor vehicle accident, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Raymond J. Slomski, P.C., can take action. We will put our decades of experience to work to hold the negligent party accountable for the damage done.

Paralysis Requires A Lifetime Of Care

Paraplegia (in which the lower extremities are paralyzed) and tetraplegia/quadriplegia (in which all extremities are partially or totally paralyzed) are not like broken bones. These are not conditions that will easily heal over time and require no further medical attention after that point; they often involve spinal cord damage and long-term medical costs.

As in other cases of severe injury, one of the most complex aspects of these cases is making certain that all of these costs are covered. While it may be relatively straightforward to calculate the costs you have already encountered, understanding how much compensation you will need to cover what may be a lifetime's worth of medical costs is not. Extensive physical therapy may be required. Around-the-clock care may be critical. Replacement wheelchairs may be necessary far in the future.

A lawyer must have the knowledge and experience to pursue compensation to cover all of these costs. When you choose us and we take your case, you can be confident that we will put in the care and time necessary to make certain that you get the compensation you need.

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If you or a loved one has been paralyzed as the result of someone else's negligence, please call us at 602-635-7603 or send us an email to discuss your case with a lawyer.