Paralysis

Individual in a wheelchair after paralysis injury

A paralysis lawyer has the knowledge and experience needed to navigate complex legal matters. If you or a loved one has experienced a catastrophic paralysis injury that led to paraplegia, quadriplegia, or any other form of paralysis, you may be entitled to damages. Gammill Law will work hard to ensure that you are compensated for medical bills and equipment, rehabilitation, lost wages, and your pain and suffering.

Paraplegia vs Quadriplegia

Paralysis is usually caused by a severe spinal cord injury. The most common types of paralysis are paraplegia and quadriplegia. Paraplegia refers to the loss of motor or sensory skills in the lower extremities. Quadriplegia is when all four limbs are affected.

There are milder forms of paralysis, including monoplegia (one limb) and hemiplegia (both limbs on the same side of the body). No matter which form you have, calling a paralysis lawyer is the key to getting the restitution and closure you deserve.

Recuperate Damages for Quality of Life Changes

At Gammill Law, we take a multifaceted approach to ensure that you receive the maximum possible compensation. In addition to helping you recover expenses related to medical bills, medical equipment, ongoing rehabilitation, and lost wages (past and future), we will make sure you are paid for your emotional pain and your quality of life loss. While money can never replace mobility, it can drastically improve your and your family’s situation during this trying time.

X-Ray of the cervical spine

You May Be Entitled to Damages for Partial Paralyzation

Even if you just have a mild loss of muscle and/or nerve function, you should contact a paralysis lawyer immediately. Paralyzation symptoms are usually easily identifiable, but not always. For example, partial paralysis is when you still have some muscle control. Some forms of paralysis are temporary, and others are permanent. Partial and/or temporary paralyzation are still detrimental to your lifestyle and deserving of compensation.

Contact Gammill Law for Expert Representation

The highly qualified legal team at Gammill Law is ready to go above and beyond for you. We have a proven track record of success, helping people just like you to emerge from a personal injury empowered with a sense of justice and lasting peace of mind.

Contact us now so your paralysis lawyer can get started on helping you, today.

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