If you or a loved one faces severe economic and physical distress because of a spinal injury and want to pursue a lawsuit, the attorney you choose can play a significant role in whether you win or lose your case.
At Morgan and Morgan, our spinal cord injury lawyers realize that it is their job to educate the defense on our client’s damages and provide evidence as to why they are responsible for these losses. We have helped a countless number of clients pursue claims for medical bills, lost wages, and other damages to help them regain financially stable following an unexpected accident.
When a person suffers a spinal cord injury due to another’s negligence, they may be able to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party to recover compensation for their medical bills, physical pain and lost wages. If you or a loved one has suffered a spinal cord injury, fill out our free case review form today to find out how our attorneys may be able to help you today.
The Process of Filing a Spinal Cord Lawsuit
Filing an Atlanta spinal cord lawsuit can help you obtain the funds needed for medical treatment, rehabilitation, and other costs related to your spinal cord injury.
Through a Georgia spinal cord lawsuit, you may also be able to recover funds for loss of earning capacity as well as non-economic damages, such as emotional pain and suffering.
To file a claim, contact a Morgan & Morgan spinal cord injury attorney with the details of your accident. Our experienced attorneys can work alongside top-rated experts to establish negligence and liability in your case, as well as to project the cost of living with your injury over the course of a lifetime.
If it is determined that your injury was the result of another’s negligence, a viable spinal cord injury claim may be filed on your behalf seeking compensation from the party responsible for your losses.
Spinal Stenosis and Other Injuries
Our attorneys handle cases involving a number of spinal cord injuries, including spinal stenosis. Spinal stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal column that causes pressure on the spinal cord, or narrowing of the openings (called neural foramina) where spinal nerves leave the spinal column. Spinal stenosis can cause victims to experience loss of balance, difficulty walking, mobility issues, painful movements, numbness in the extremities, and weakness of the back.
Other spinal cord injuries handled by our firm include the following:
- Cervical spinal cord injuries: causes paralysis or weakness in arms and legs
- Thoracic spinal cord injuries: loss of physical sensation in the legs along with bowel, bladder, and sexual dysfunction
- Lumbar spinal cord injuries: weakness and paralysis of the legs
- Sacral spinal cord injuries: weakness and paralysis of the hips and legs
- Spondylolisthesis/spondylosis: the forward slippage of a vertebral body
- Ruptured and herniated disks
- Degenerative disc disease
For more information on how we can help you following a spinal cord injury, fill out our free case review form. Please keep in mind that as with each injury case, you are only provided a certain amount of time to take legal action before being barred from filing a claim for your injury.