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Spine injuries are catastrophic injuries that almost always result in permanent disability. The spine cannot heal from serious injuries, such as a severed vertebrae. Instead, the victim must live with loss of movement and sensation below the point of injury. Living with a spinal cord injury is difficult. It often requires lifelong medical costs, live-in care, and home and vehicle modifications. If someone else is responsible for causing your injury, learn the extent of your right to legal action. With help from our Las Vegas spine injury attorneys at Claggett & Sykes Law Firm, you may be able to recover for all your damages and more.
Claggett & Sykes Law Firm spine injury attorneys are available to take your call 24/7 – We offer free case evaluations and free consultations. Give us a call at our local Las Vegas office, (702) 333-7777 or fill our an online contact form. We have won more than $200 Million for our clients and have tried over 150 cases to verdict. Let us evaluate your case and help you figure out your options.
Working with a spinal cord injury attorney can be important for the success and outcome of your case. An attorney will have the knowledge, experience and resources to guide you through the claims process from start to finish. Your lawyer can negotiate with insurance claims adjusters for a fair settlement, for example, or go up against a defendant at trial on your behalf. An experienced attorney can provide many key services, such as:
Your lawyer can perform many important tasks while you focus on receiving medical care or rehabilitation for your spinal cord injury. It is especially important to hire an attorney for a catastrophic injury such as paralysis, as this makes it more likely that an insurance company will try to take advantage of you to save money on your claim. A lawyer can protect your legal rights and use aggressive strategies to fight for the financial compensation that you deserve.
Most spine injuries can trace back to a single act of negligence or breach of duty of care. A few examples include: A product manufacturer choosing not to recall a seatbelt with known defects, an employer failing to provide personal fall protection gear at a construction site, or a driver reading a text message and causing a collision. All these are examples that could ultimately lead to someone else’s spinal cord injury. It’s our mission to bring these parties to justice and demand fair compensation. Common circumstances that can lead to spine injuries include:
No matter the circumstances of your spine injury, consider your legal options. Your prognosis could mean your life will never be the same after your incident. You may be partially or fully paralyzed, on top of myriad related problems, such as respiratory issues and loss of bowel function. You need an attorney for catastrophic injuries. Our firm has won more than $80,000,000 for our clients in the last 12 years. We have what it takes to help spine injury victims in Las Vegas.
There are several different types of spinal cord injuries, each with unique symptoms, effects and prognoses for victims. All spinal cord injuries are serious and should be treated as such. You may be eligible for compensation with any type of spine injury after a preventable accident, including:
The location of the spinal cord injury, type of injury and injury severity are all factors that will determine the symptoms experienced and whether the spinal cord injury is treatable. No matter what type of spinal cord injury you were diagnosed with after an accident in Las Vegas, we can help you determine your rights.
Damage to any part of the spinal cord can result in an injury that has significant and lasting effects. A complete spinal cord injury, for example, can cause paralysis, or the loss of feeling and function below the point of injury. Paralysis is irreversible, for the most part. If paralysis impacts the upper half of the body, it can affect the victim’s ability to breathe and communicate. If it impacts the lower half of the body, paralysis can result in incontinence, impotence and loss of spousal consortium.
Other common long-term effects related to spinal cord injuries include pneumonia, respiratory infections, organ failure and increased morbidity rates. Even a less serious spinal cord injury can result in issues such as chronic back pain or nerve damage. A spine injury can also cause psychological and emotional distress for a victim, including diminished enjoyment of life and depression.
If you or someone you love suffered a spinal cord injury in any type of accident in Las Vegas, Nevada, don’t hesitate to contact Claggett & Sykes Law Firm to learn about your options. We are passionate about representing injured accident victims, especially after serious injuries that will impact them for the foreseeable future. We can help you with every phase of your insurance claim or injury lawsuit.
Get in touch today with one of our experienced Las Vegas personal injury lawyers for a free consultation.
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