Neck, Spinal Cord, and Back Injury in Lexington333 West Vine Street, Suite 1200
Lexington, KY 40507
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Lexington Neck, Spinal Cord, and Back Injury
Lexington is home to horse racing and the University of Kentucky. From the college campus to the horse farms, the city always seems to have something going on. This constant activity can also increase your risk of suffering a neck, spinal cord, and back injury in Lexington. If your injuries are caused by someone’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation, and Morgan & Morgan can help. We have recovered over $20 billion in damages for our clients. Contact Morgan & Morgan today to learn more about your personal injury case.
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Potential Types of Compensation for Neck, Spinal Cord, and Back Injuries
Every personal injury case is unique. You may qualify for some types of damages but not others. At Morgan & Morgan, we can work to help ensure you receive full and fair compensation. Some of the damages your case may qualify for can include but aren’t limited to the following,
- Medical costs
- Physical therapy
- Rehabilitative services
- Costs of assistive medical equipment like wheelchairs and/or respirators
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Costs of personal care
- Lost wages
Your compensation can include both economic and non-economic damages.
Common Types of Spinal Cord Injuries and Health Complications
Spinal cord injuries are typically divided into two categories: incomplete and complete.
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries
- Anterior cord syndrome – Injury to the front of the spinal cord that damages the motor and sensory pathways.
- Central cord syndrome – This leads to loss of fine motor skills, paralysis of the arms, and partial impairment in the legs.
- Brown-Sequard syndrome – Damage is more severe to one side of the spinal cord.
An incomplete spinal cord injury indicates you still have motor skill function below the injury. For example, you still have movement in your legs.
Complete Spinal Cord Injury
- Tetraplegia – Produces varying degrees of paralysis to all limbs.
- Paraplegia – Affects sensation and movement of the lower half of the body.
- Triplegia – Affects sensation and movement in one arm and both legs.
A complete spinal cord injury means you’ve lost all function below the injury. This type of spinal cord injury can also affect other bodily systems like bladder and bowel function.
Why Choose Morgan & Morgan
If you suffer a neck, spinal cord, or back injury in Lexington, Morgan & Morgan can help you recover damages. We are the largest personal injury firm in the nation and have over 30 years of experience fighting for the legal rights of our clients. Contact Morgan & Morgan for a free case evaluation with one of our specialists.
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