Feb 06 2017

Back Injury Lawyers:  Spinal Cord and Paralysis Injuries

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A spinal cord injury means living with a permanent, debilitating condition that impacts every part of your life for the rest of your life. Contact our experienced, award winning  injury lawyers and let us help you figure out your options and how to move forward.  Our experienced Utah based spinal cord and paralysis lawyers are here to help.

Spinal cord injuries are usually caused by auto accidents, falls, physical assault, and other accidents.  Whatever the cause, a spinal cord injury leaves the victim either partly paralyzed (paraplegia) or completely paralyzed (quadriplegia or tetraplegia). Both conditions require life-long care and destroy your ability to lead an independent life.

Our accident and injury lawyers understand. We can help you protect your rights and get the support you need to rebuild your life and move forward.  We are here to help you and your family.  William Rawlings and Associates understands that these injuries affect the entire family.

A spinal cord injury means living with a permanent, debilitating condition that impacts every part of your life and everyone in your life for the rest of your life. Treatment for spinal cord injuries and paralysis is lifelong and expensive. It includes surgery, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medication, or a combination of these things.

No one can undo a tragedy, but by means of compensation, victims of spinal cord injuries caused by someone else’s negligence have a right to a monetary settlement for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, ongoing care, diminished earning capacity, lost income, and other costs and losses.  Whatever your level of injury, you don’t have to struggle alone. Contact our experienced injury lawyers and let us help you figure out your options and how to move forward.  Our accident and injury attorneys will fight for what is fair and know how to fight insurance companies and can help you protect your rights and get the settlement you deserve.

All too often, insurance companies refuse to take long-term medial needs seriously and don’t treat victims and their families fairly.  If you’ve suffered a spinal cord injury as the result of someone else’s negligence and you’re not being treated fairly, you need an experienced injury attorney to sort out your case and protect your rights. When you work with us, you can expect professional, compassionate help.