Seeking Compensation for Your Spinal Cord Injuries

A teenage boy was injured during spinal surgery. Due to the surgeon's malpractice, his spinal cord was damaged. The surgical error caused him to lose motor and sensory function. Facing the need for a lifetime of care, his family chose to contact our law firm. By taking legal action, we were able to get him the resources he needed to participate in his community and continue to achieve his goals.

At the Law Offices of Raymond J. Slomski, P.C., we represent the victims of spinal cord injuries caused by a wide range of circumstances, from medical malpractice to serious auto accidents.

What Do You Need To Rebuild Your Life?

Our Phoenix personal injury law firm is dedicated to helping victims and their families rebuild their lives after an injury. We understand the frustration and emotions that many experience. By taking legal action, we hold negligent professionals accountable and help spinal cord injury victims receive the resources they depend on to pay the extraordinary expenses often associated with quadriplegia, paraplegia and other conditions resulting from spinal cord injuries.

These needs often far exceed the medical expenses covered by an individual health care plan, Medicare or the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Some examples of the increased costs include:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Occupational therapy
  • Ongoing needs for neurological evaluation
  • Modifications to your home
  • Support to help you remain connected to your community
  • Transportation and mobility resources

Contact Us Regarding Your Spinal Cord Injury

The Law Offices of Raymond J. Slomski, P.C., has helped hundreds of clients recover millions of dollars in damages. While there is no substitute for health, taking legal action can help you secure the resources to reach your goals and rebuild your life. It may also prevent the same harm from happening to someone else in the future.

Talk to an attorney about your options. To contact a lawyer at the Law Offices of Raymond J. Slomski, P.C., please call us at 602-635-7603. Initial consultations are free and confidential.