Spinal Cord Injury Claims
Personal Injury Lawyers in Orlando, FL
Even the slightest amount of damage to your spinal cord can have
catastrophic consequences. The spinal cord houses the majority of your body's central nervous
system, meaning that any form of injury could cause long-term or permanent damage.
Everything from car accidents and motorcycle accidents to construction
accidents and slip and fall accidents can cause someone to injure his
or her back and spinal cord. The moment the spinal cord becomes bruised,
ruptured, or severed, the injured person could lose some or all feeling
and mobility below the area of injury.
Types of Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal cord injuries can result in paralysis that is temporary or permanent,
as well as partial or total. Temporary partial paralysis usually occurs
when the spinal cord is merely bruised. This injury causes some loss of
feeling or mobility for a temporary period. Temporary total paralysis
is when the person loses all feeling and mobility below the injured area,
but only for a while.
Permanent partial paralysis is when the individual loses some feeling and
/ or mobility permanently. Permanent total paralysis, which is common,
occurs when the spinal cord is completely severed or damaged and the person
loses all feeling and mobility below the injury indefinitely. Any and
all of these forms of paralysis can have a lasting effect on the injured
person's ability to enjoy life. He or she will not be able to return
to their former life, which is why people who suffer such harm should
receive adequate compensation for their
Contact an Orlando Personal Injury Attorney
If you or someone you know has been paralyzed by a spinal cord injury because
of someone else's negligence, you need to find a skilled Orlando personal
injury attorney. Pineyro Law Firm is dedicated to maximizing each client's
compensation and to helping people through these difficult times in their
lives. Call now or fill out our free case evaluation form to speak with
a lawyer at no cost to you. We are here to help, so
contact us today!